If you’ve never tried to add ink to colour your image before, you’ll love this stamped Easter watercolour card you can make!

Even if you HAVE tried to watercolour, you may have not had stellar results.

Too much water.

Not enough water.

Paint marks show after you’re done…

You get the idea.

But if you follow along with me in this video you’ll find all kinds of tips for creating a soft and spring-y design just like this one!

Stamped Easter Watercolour Card You Can Make
Watercolour with your rubber stamping inks and markers!

Stamped Easter Watercolour Card You Can Make

What an adorable card to send off to a friend for Easter this year! Lots of fresh greens (3 in total) create a lovely pastel egg.

Mat it onto a larger egg with two layers of stitching in one of the colours you use to watercolour, and you’re card is almost done!

If you flip to page 27 of the 2024 January to April Mini Catalogue, you’ll find the Excellent Eggs bundle. But…it wasn’t one that immediately jumped out and said “BUY ME”.

Which is really too bad, since it’s such a fun bundle!

The dies alone are worth going a bit gaga over it!

Let’s see a sneak peek of all the designs.

I love this bundle. So fresh and spring-y!

Lovely for all your Easter greetings whether they’re on the more whimsical or pretty side!

So all you need now is to see exactly how to create a little work of art with your stamping inks and markers! Click the triangle and you’ll see exactly how!

Bet you want to run right out and try it, right!

Give Watercolouring a Try!

The three most important supplies you need for this technique are:

Note I am showing the Brights Stampin’ Write markers, but you’ll find the Garden Green in the Regals collection.

TIP: You’ll find adding the heat embossing is a tip that makes it a little easier for you to have your watercolour stay within the confines of the image. Give it a try too.

If you’d love to learn more tips and tricks to add the beauty of watercolour to your card creations, you’ll enjoy this Watercolour for Rubber Stampers Masterclass online class.

Watercolour Master Class

You might remember this quickest Christmas card to make (which BTW would make 4 beauteous cards for a gift just like the one today as well) .

Here’s what you need!

Cuttin’ It Up!
  • Soft Sea Foam cardstock – 4 1/4″ x 11″”, scored at 5 1/2″, 2nd piece 4″ x 5 1/4″, 3rd piece 7/8″ x 1 3/4″
  • Fluid 100 Watercolor Paper – piece at least 3″ x 3 1/4″
  • Granny Apple Green cardstock – large scrap
  • Flirty Flamingo cardstock – 3/8″ x 2 3/8″
Stamped Easter Watercolour Card You Can Make

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