Hey there crafty friends. Today we are sharing more 3D projects featuring our favorite IBS stamp sets. Leah and myself are here today. Just a little reminder before we begin.
Our customer gallery is underway and only a week left too! We will be announcing the winner on May 1st. The winner will receive a 4×6 size stamp set of their choice.
We begin with a lovely mason jar gift set. I adore Leah’s creativity. Here’s Leah with today’s project!
“Hello! Today we are showcasing one of our favorite Inspired By Stamping sets. That was not an easy decision as I truly love all the IBS sets so I chose the most sentimental set to me which is the set the led me to discover IBS in the first place! I used the lovely Mason Jars set for my focal point of my project but of course threw in several other fabulous sets as well 🙂
I started with my tag for my little jar of candy that would make a fun little gift. I die cut the tag using Fancy Labels 3 and then stamped the jar image onto it. I then stamped the lacey jar neck decoration and my butterflies which come from the new Butterflies set. I colored the butterfly with Copics. I then stamped the solid bow and fussy cut it out. The sentiment “for you” comes from the Creative Tags set. I cut some jute twine and tied my tag onto the jar.
For my matching card I kept the jar the same but added a strip of polka dots using another favorite set, Background Basics III. My sentiment is from the new Friends set. I added some dry embossing and some machine stitching to finish it off. I hope you enjoyed my project today!
Next up I have my last watercoloring painting to share with you of my three framed set. I chose to work with the Tulip Bouquet in bright cheery colors.
It’s my first time using more than one color for my watercolors and blending them both together. I was a bit scared actually, haha! But I took the leap and love the affect. I will be creating a video on how to use two colors in an upcoming video. It has taken watercoloring to a whole new level.
Here’s is a close up of my image. I began by using Antique Linen ink for my first step and stamped my Tulip Bouquet on 200 cold pressed watercolor paper. And then colored my flowers using Tim Holtz Distress watercolor markers.
Here are the colors that I used for this drawing. Spiced Marmalade, Peeled Paint, Faded Jeans, Tumbled Glass, Picked Raspberry and Worn Lipstick
Here my watercolor image in it’s new frame.
And here is all three together. I am looking forward to hanging the third frame on the wall this afternoon.
We will be back tomorrow with two more 3D projects. This Saturday I am up for the Saturday Newsletter Feature. If you haven’t signed up for our newsletter, click here. I will also be back on Sunday with lots of gorgeous designs from our designers. See you then. With paper hugs, Joanna xoxo