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Hello and welcome to Inspired by Stamping November 2016 Inspiration Week! We are just so excited about this week! We are featuring 3 new stamp sets! All of our new products are available now at www.inspiredbystamping.com.

Today we are showcasing our new Garden Roses Stamp Set

Inspired by Stamping Garden Roses Stamp Set

Garden Roses Stamp Set

Inspired by Stamping Garden Roses Stamp Set

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Today we begin with a new video tutorial! I am sharing two new techniques in this video. Firstly, we are combining two different watercolor to create a two tone rose. Secondly, I am sharing how to add polychromos pencils to your watercolor project.

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I began by cutting out a circle die using Arches Hot Press Watercolor paper and stamping my image using Versamark. I then heat embossed the image using Wow! Fine White Embossing Powder. Two tone watercoloring is so much fun and I hope you took a peek at how to do it in my video tutorial. After the paper dried, I went over my image with Polychromos pencils in the darkest tones of my painting.

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I then added some scrap pieces of paper for my background and also stitched around the edges with some white thread. Big Thanks stamp set was used for my sentiment which I used white embossing powder on vellum.

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Here’s a picture of the two roses that I colored in my online video tutorial. 🙂

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For my second card, I used the same technique as I shared in my video but this time with pink colors. I embossed both the flowers and the mason jar and then colored both with watercolors. This gorgeous sentiment can be found in today’s new stamp. I used white embossing powder on gorgeous black cardstock.

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I then added some soft pink rhinestones and also iridescent sequins on my card. And layered my watercolor picture onto baby blue cardstock.

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For my last card, I used zig clean brush pens for my coloring onto Canson Watercolor Paper. This was so fun and so simple. For more in-depth video tutorials make sure you check out my free online classroom. I have a great tutorial on Zig Pens.

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After coloring my rose, I grabbed my Mini Misti and used the Happy Birthday from this new stamp set. Next I added some rhinestones and sequins to my card. I then added some gold and white twine that will be in our store next year.

I hope you have enjoyed today’s inspiration cards with today’s new stamp set and my video tutorial! I will be back tomorrow with a recap of my favorite cards! See you then.

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The design team have made the most amazing samples!
Remember to leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love for a chance to win today’s new stamp set!

Joanna

Kendra

Leah

Vicki

Lisa

Jo

Nancy

Crystal

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We already have one place you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!

Snowflake Wonder Post

Big Thanks Post
AND today’s post too! Here’s what you have to do…

Leave a comment here or on one of our designers blogs for a chance to win! We will be giving away a Garden Roses Stamp Set to one winner! Deadline is November 6th at midnight! I will announce the winners on our winners page!

Thank you for all your lovely comments and also emails and tweets! You all are the best! We love our crafty friends!🙂

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26 thoughts on “Introducing Garden Roses…

  1. Hiral says:

    Beautiful stamp set. Great images and a really nice colouring tutorial. Love your videos. Thanks so much !

  2. Barb Macaskill says:

    WOW!! These cards are simply spectacular!! I love how simple the roses are yet they create a huge POW of beauty!! Love the coloring on all of them but especially the last card!!! WONDERFUL!! TFs!

  3. Kren k. says:

    Thank you so much for this tutorial. I love this shading technique. It is especially effective with this gorgeous rose set and I like that you showed all the color variations. Great sentiments in this set! TFS!

  4. donnanuce says:

    Hi Joanna! Love, love this rose stamp! So elegant and the cards you made with it are gorgeous. Hope all is well with you.
    Hugs
    Donna

  5. Diana says:

    What wonderful cards and what a great stamps set. A real must have for me, even though I am not really a big fan of roses. But this set is awesome.
    Thanks for the great tutorial, I have to try that.
    Have a good weekend
    Diana

  6. vinita jain says:

    Love your awesome coloring! Really enjoyed your video, and every time I learnt a new thing always! Thanks for sharing your talent!
    All are soooooo beautiful, love this rose stamp set!

  7. Carla Hundley says:

    Fabulous coloring on all
    the cards, so beautiful!
    Thanks for sharing your
    tips.
    Carla from Utah

  8. Denise Bryant says:

    Gorgeous cards! Love these elegant roses and the different color variations on these cards! Beautiful sentiments to go along with the roses in the stamp set, with a lovely font! Love the mix of fonts with portions of the sentiment being in a type print.

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