I’ve got a new interactive video for you for fall card making ideas using watercolor and stencils. Easy peasey, lemon squeasy to get cool backgrounds that are never the same twice!

Let’s go over the supplies first.

Fall Card Making Ideas Using Watercolor and Stencils

OK, let’s see what we’re making together!

Interactive VIDEO for Fall Card Making Ideas with Watercolor and Stencils

Didn’t we do a fantastic job together? That’s one of the best parts of my Facebook Live videos – how everyone joins in and we make a totally unique project!

So do you remember the other day? I walked you through the steps to layer watercolour on top of watercolour? Well today, we’ve got a twist to creating our watercolour background. Let’s see how we created this fun background.

Fall Card Making Ideas using Watercolor and Stencils

The Measurements

  • Watercolor Paper – 4 1/2″ x 6″ cut down to 3 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ after watercolouring
  • Whisper White Thick – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″
  • Basic Black – piece 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″

See ‘Em Up Close

Wanna closer look at the designs? Leave me a comment with which one you like the best.

The One We Made Together

Learn Fall Card Making Ideas with Watercolor and Stencils with Stampin Up Product

My Flourish Dies Masking “Flop” 🤪

I LOVE Fall Card Making Ideas Using Watercolor and Stencils

The Come to Gather Version

I LOVE Fall Card Making Ideas with Watercolor and Stencils and Come to Gather

What I Designed with the Background We Made Together

I LOVE How This Fall Card Making Ideas with Watercolor and Stencils Turned Out!

Now It’s Your Turn!

Head to your craft area and start playing! See what you can come up with and share all your designs with us over at Design with Jo VIPeeps!

Thank You

VIDEO Step by Step: Fall Card Making Ideas with Watercolor and Stencils

I hope you had fun playing along with me today. As we head into fall and the holiday season, I’ll have lots more to share with you, especially as next week the Holiday Catalogue is LIVE!

Carve out some crafting time for yourself and be sure to give this technique a try. Who knows? You might also get excited about fall card making ideas using watercolor and stencils?

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