Blender Pens & Watercolor Pencils using Autumn Goodness

Hey Crafty Peeps!

I know you guys are missing Stampin’ Sundays! While moving is a big pain in the butt, I have to say I am so glad I finally had a little time to create today!

I wanted to share an adorable card with you using a stamp set in the 2020 Aug-Dec Mini Catalog that features my favorite season of the year…FALL!

Say hello to my very first fall themed card of the season! This cute card was created for this month’s In-Color Club featuring the color Cinnamon Cider!

This card features the Autumn Goodness Bundle that can be found on page 48 of the Mini Catalog.

The stamp set is great for the fall season and is complimented with the beautiful Autumn Wheelbarrow Dies that not only cut out the stamped images, but the adorable picket fence and Wheelbarrow have texture to add an embossed look to the die cuts! These dies can even be used with the mini Cut & Emboss machine!!

I also used a piece of the gorgeous Guilded Autumn Specialty Designer Series Paper and the Basket & Weave Metallic Ribbon Combo pack to add beautiful accents to the card.

To color the image I used a combination of Early Espresso Stampin Ink, a variety of the Stampin’ Up Watercolor Pencils, and a Stampin’ Up! Blender Pen. You can check out the coloring technique in the video below!


Would you like to create this card? Here’s a FREE downloadable project sheet with measurements and a supply list for all the items used to create this card.


Check out the step-by-step tutorial to learn how to create this beautiful card and don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to my YT Channel :)!!

I hope you enjoyed this technique and these cards!

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Happy Stampin’!


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