Noel: A stamped watercolor card

Happy Holidays! I was looking around at stamps and realized I have a scene stamp that a) would look great watercolored and b) would be a breeze with my ScanNCut!

The holidays are always a busy time but I find it is important to carve little bits of time to create. Over the next week I’ll be sharing all kinds of projects & ideas that I am doing here! I hope they inspire you.

This process for this particular project is:

  1. Stamp in archival ink on watercolor paper
  2. Scan into ScanNCut, verify the pattern, and cut out. I selected a .12 border
  3. Color the stamp as desired, and add any glitter glue, glossy medium, etc
  4. Assemble a card, and add a sentiment!

It truly is that easy! I had so much fun making this and I’m excited to mail it off now. Here is a video tutorial if you’d like a closer look at the ScanNCut part of the process.

the usual disclaimer here – I do work with Brother (a job I LOVE!) as a paid consultant, but all ideas & opinions about the awesome ScanNCut are 100% my own at all times.

I’m off to spend the weekend gift wrapping, adding crafty touches, and prepping for a party with friends… what are you up to?

3 thoughts on “Noel: A stamped watercolor card”

  1. Happy Saturday! What a pretty card! Just finished a round of baking last night to help out with our public library’s annual fundraiser. I’m watching cheesy Christmas movies like it’s my job — for some reason this time of year I just want positive fluff to watch. need to go hit Target and the grocery store — trying to find some ambition to do so — ha!

  2. I wanted to see the whole card come together! I continue to be amazed by what you can do with the scan n cut. I need to dust mine off and get busy.

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