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Watercolour Dripping with Stampin’ Up! Reinkers

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Watercolour Dripping with Stampin’ Up! Reinkers

Happy Monday everyone!

I have a card project on my YouTube channel today, not something I often share, but I made a card a few weeks ago that I had far too much fun making, and I decided I wanted to share the technique with you!

No 2 cards are ever the same, thanks mostly to the laws of gravity and the impossible nature of water… And that’s what makes this so much fun! You never know what effect you’ll get!

Both these cards were created using the same technique, the one on the left you’ll perhaps recognise from the aforementioned project, but the blue one came about on camera!

It’s such an easy technique, I would suggest that you leave your heat embossing to dry a little longer than I did on camera, but heck, I’ll make the mistakes for you, so that you don’t have to!

I hope you have a great day everyone,

Sam x

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Comments

  1. Lisa Sylvia says:

    Gorgeous cards, love that technique.

  2. Absolutely stunning

  3. Denise Ferguson says:

    Great technique — I will surely try it soon. I love the pastel colors — they make me feel better on a dreary day like today! Have a good week!

  4. Love this technique, easy to do and looks so beautiful. Thanks for sharing this with us.

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