Tea Cup Girl, Birthdays Are the Best

 

Today’s card is simple yet elegant!  It features the beautiful Tilly the Teacup Girl from Stamping Bella!  She is done up using the watercolor with markers technique. 

I love the vibrancy that this technique offers, and it is so simple and easy to do!  All it takes is a little practice, and the watercolor markers of your choice. 

The background papers were hand made, using various techniques with Ranger Distress Inks, and the overall feel conveyed is simple and clean. 

All of these fantastic techniques are featured in the Paper Crafter’s Library.  In no time at all, you can be coloring with gorgeous results, from our easy to follow technique video’s.  Not a member of Paper Crafter’s Library?  Read on for details on how you can win a free 2-week membership.

Win a 2-week Membership to Paper Crafter’s Library! 

With the successful launch of Paper Crafter’s Library and the many positive responses we’ve received about the value of what we offer on that site – we have decided to “share the love” with you all and give each and every one of you an opportunity to win a 2 week membership to Paper Crafter’s Library (PCL).    

How?  All you have to do is leave us a comment on any one of our posts.  Every time you leave a comment – your name will be put into a draw. It gets even better though – you have even more chances to win because the Sunny Stampin’ blog is also offering the same opportunity.  When you visit the Sunny Stampin’ blog, leave us a comment and for every comment you leave there, you will also be entered to win a 2 week membership to PCL.  

On the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month we will announce 2 lucky winners of a 2-week FREE membership to PCL here at the Paper Crafter’s World Blog.  On the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month we will announce 2 lucky winners of a 2-week membership to PCL on the Sunny Stampin’ Blog.  So every week there will be two lucky winners to a 2 week membership to Paper Crafter’s Library! If you are already a member of PCL then you can choose a tutorial or planner from www.sunnystampinstore.com of your choice instead.

Thanks so much for your visit,  and don’t forget to take a minute to view Andrea’s beautiful card at the Sunny Stamping Blog


Hugs,

 Today’s card uses the following supplies:

Stamps: Tilly the Teacup Girl (Stamping Bella), Sanded Background (Stampin’Up!)
Ink: Shabby Shutter, Broken China, Barn Door, Rusty Hinge, Walnut Stain (Distress Ink), Versamark (Tsukineko), Basic Black Classic ink (Stampin’UP!)Paper: Whisper White (Stampin’Up!), White CS (PTI), watercolor paper Cold press 140 lbs
Accessories:  Stamping Sponges, Stampin’Dimesionals, Basic Rhinestones, Black embossing pwd., Heat tool, Chit Chat Rub-ons (retired), (Stampin’Up!), Water brushes and regular brushes ( unknown), Tombow markers (Tombow), Gold Glow Smooch Spritz (Colorbox)
Adhesives:  Zip-Dry glue, 1/2″ double sided adhesive (Scotch), Stampin’ Dimensionals (Stampin’Up!)

41 replies on “Tea Cup Girl, Birthdays Are the Best”

  1. I love seeing all the creative things you ladies are doing with other products that I’m not familiar with…great job.

  2. I just have to say thank you to you both for the wonderful tutorials. I am trying to expand myself and learn new techniques. Watercolouring is the one I am practising at the moment. Not happy with myself yet, but you keep inspiring me. Thank you again.

  3. Boy I am getting lost trying to keep up with you gals. Really like the effects with the watercolors.

    I will have to mark this spot to keep updated.

    Thanks for the great ideas.

  4. Wow! This doesn’t look like a homemade card at all. It looks so like a card you would buy at a card store. The colours are great!

  5. This is wonderful. I hadn’t seen this adorable Stamping Bella image yet, so it’s an extra special one for me! The colors are terrific. I knew how to do this background technique but haven’t used it in forever eventhough I love the look. Thanks for posting such an adorable reminder to me.

  6. Sophia, you are such a great teacher in your videos. You have taught me how to sponge better and color. Love your work – and Andreas. Card is beautiful! TFS.

  7. Great card! Your coloring is always fabulous. I’ve watched your tutorials and still can’t even come close.

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