Wildflower Meadow Watercolor Marker Spritz

Hi Stamping Friends!

Today I'm featuring a card that we'll be doing at my Wow Techniques Class on Friday! 


Wow Techniques Class! 

If you are in the Fort Wayne area, come and check out my monthly stamping class that builds on the basics!  If you're a stamping enthusiast wanting to try out the latest and greatest stamping tools and techniques, this is the class for you!  The class is only $15 or it's FREE with a minimum qualifying order* placed at the event.  We meet on the 2nd Friday of the month, at 6:30pm in my Too Cool Stamping studio in SW Fort Wayne.

Beginners and seasoned stampers are invited to come any month with no commitment.  Or sign up to be a Stamp Club member* and you'll get your Wow Techniques classes for FREE, plus earn at least $25 in Hostess Benefits! 

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Wildflower wc - two cool

I've featured lots of new products on these two cool cards!  

Wildflower wc - simple

I started by using several new markers to color the beautiful image on the Wildflower Meadow stamp: Pear Pizzazz, Crisp Cantaloupe, Strawberry Slush, Wisteria Wonder and Coastal Cabana. 

TIP: When stamping with a larger stamp image like this, I recommend stamping on the Piercing Mat.  The cushioned surface will ensure that you get a complete and crisp image every time.  Simply lay a piece a scrap paper over the top to keep the surface clean.

Wildflower wc - simple 2

A stamped the hummingbird a second time, cut him out, and popped him up with a Dimensional.

Wildflower wc - simple 3

After layering my stamped piece onto a 4" x 5-1/4" piece of Pear Pizzazz, I wrapped a piece of Strawberry Slush Ruffled Stretch Trim around it, securing it on the back with SNAIL. 

TIP: I tried laying down a line of Sticky Strip on the fron to the card to adhere the ribbon, but since the trim is stretchy, it's difficult to lay it down evenly.  I had better luck keeping the ribbon loose on the front and adhering around the back. 

The sentiment is from the Too Kind stamp set, stamped in Coastal Cabana and punched with the Decorative Label Punch.

Wildflower wc - embossed

I stepped up the second card by using the Wildflower Meadow Texture Impressions Folder that perfectly matches the stamp!

Bundle It To Save!  Purchase both the Wildflower Meadow stamp and folder together in a Bundle and save 15%!  Awesome!

Wildflower wc - embossed 2

Check out that awesome raised texture around each image!  Love it! 

Watercolor Marker Spritz—I also used my Stampin' Spritzer to mist my colored stamp before stamping onto the Whisper White card stock.  This gives the images a soft and pretty, faux watercolor look. 

I finished this card by adding some Dazzling Diamonds to the flower centers with a 2-Way Glue Pen.  So sparkly!

Wildflower wc - embossed 3

The sentiment is also from Too Kind, this time punched with the Artisan Label punch. 

Complete Supply List: 

Find all the supplies to create these projects & more at my Online Store!

Join Us At The Wow Techniques Class!

We'll be doing the second card at the Wow Techniques Class!  Come and try out lots of new products with this project and two more!  Contact me by Thursday, June 13, at 5pm, to let me know you're joining us!



Events—Mark Your Calendars!

  • Wow Techniques Class—This Friday, June 14
  • "Last Thursdays" ClassWednesday, June 26 <<<Rescheduled

1 thought on “Wildflower Meadow Watercolor Marker Spritz”

  1. These are so pretty Angie, shame l’m on the other side of the world, l would love to come make these, love the soft tones! xx


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