Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Sweet and Cool from Concord and 9th

Another card using Concord and 9th stamps...

We used the Sweet and Cool set from Concord and 9th to create this fun, colorful card.  We stamped the outline image on watercolor paper using Tim Holtz Antique Linen Distress Ink.  This creates a no-line watercolor image, as the outline disappears when you watercolor the image.  After stamping the images, they were colored using the Clean Color Real Brush Markers.  The stitched rectangle and scallop rectangle were cut from MFT Stamps Blueprints 20.

The Wink of Stella is usually hard to see in photos, but I was able to capture some of the shimmer this time in my photo.  After coloring the images with the Clean Color Real Brush Markers, we added a layer of Wink of Stella on top!

Links to Supplies Used:
Sweet and Cool Stamp set from Concord and 9th
Blueprints #20 die set from MFT Stamps
Watercolor Paper from Strathmore
Antique Linen Distress Ink from Tim Hotlz
Clean Color Real Brush Markers from Kuretake Zig
Wink of Stella from Kuretake Zig


  1. I just love this card! I haven't tried no-line watercoloring, but now I want to! And, in my opinion, Clear Wink of Stella makes everything better! Thank you for the inspiration! Have a wonderful day!

    1. Thank you so much for the comment! Give the no line watercoloring a try. It's easier that it looks.