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Hello! Nicole here and I am very excited to be sharing a brand-new project with you today. this is something I have been practicing for a while and having so much fun with it. It can be frustrating at first, but once you get a hand of it, it gets more fun!

I am showcasing the Summer Basket stamp set that was just released in July. This stamp set has lots of beautiful elements that you can mix and match to build your own image. So for today’s project, I am going to show you how I created the card above! Sit back and relax, enjoy the video tutorial!

Embrace the white space when doing this technique. It will give you a more watercolored look and lots of dimensions. I also added different shades of the same color to add more depth to the image.

Distress markers used on today’s project: Gathered Twigs, Pumice Stone, Abandoned Coral, Dusty Concord, Shabby Shutters, Mustard Seed, and Peeled Paint.

I hope you enjoyed today’s tutorial!




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