Happy Thursday Friends! Today I have a sneaky peek for you! It’s our new newsletter freebie that will be available this Saturday! Yay! If you haven’t joined my newsletter please click here to do so! This was such a fun one to draw and color! As always, I have two different images. One with a black outline and a newer version that is a light grey outline for those that love no lines like myself. Both are available for free on Saturday.

Just a quick reminder! Have you left a comment on giveaway post??? Today’s the last day! If not, you can do so by clicking this link! 

Inspired by Stamping, Joanna Munster, Pumpkins Free Newsletter Download, thinking of you card

Here is our newest card front! It is such fun one to color! I am using Canson XL Watercolor paper here and all my favorite watercolors! You can click this link to find out all about my watercolors. 🙂

Inspired by Stamping, Joanna Munster, Pumpkins Free Newsletter Download, thinking of you card

Once my watercolors dried, I simply layered it onto some Kraft paper and adhered it with some Tombow adhesive. One of the tips that help is these pumpkins are on an angle and it will help you when cutting it down to size to line the words up on your paper cutter. This will cut perfectly. The size of my card fronts are 4 x 5 1/4 so this allows you to add a layer of paper behind it if you would like.

I hope you sign up to my newsletter! We have some ladies joining us this week that have colored these gorgeous pumpkins for me. I am super excited to have them join me!

Have a lovely Thursday! See you Saturday morning!

With paper hugs and love, Joanna xoxo

[All supplies are linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails below. Compensated affiliate links are used at no cost to you. It’s just a way to offer you a complete supply list of all the products that I use and to help you create today’s card from start to finish.]


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4 thoughts on “Pumpkins Newsletter Sneak Peek

  1. Deborah says:

    I enjoy Inspired by Stamping blog posts, videos, newsletters, tutorials, and stamps! They are educational and inspiring. Thank you very much!

    After viewing your tutorial twice on watercoloring (my favorite medium), how concerned should we cardmakers be about the lightfastness of some of our media, like distress inks and Zig Clean Color markers? How long before our cards fade? Should cardmakers switch to more permanent watercolors for our projects that take a lit of time?

    I have been making cards for a long time and have a card I made for my grandmother when I was in high school. It’s made with very limited supplies, but is still very bright and intact aftee all this time.

    • Joanna says:

      Hi Deborah,

      Thank you so much for your comment. Yes lightfastness is a big problem. Distress inks and markers are more resistant to fading then other types of markers. Zig Clean Color Markers, Tombow Brush Markers and Koi markers all fade very quickly. For me personally, after I create a card, I put it in a plastic cellophane bag and then store it in a dark box with a lid on it. I purchased mine at Michaels for very cheap. This helps with keeping them from fading.

      Thank you so much again for your comment. That is so awesome about your cards that you made for your grandma.

      Hugs, Joanna

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