Scenic Willow Lake: a watercolorist's dream to paint!

A happy hello!



I am so excited to be part of the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Design Team new release Blog Hop!

Along with this blog hop, Blue Knight Stamps is giving away a stamp, to win comment on this blog post and the other blog posts to win!

I love scenic stamps, Lynn Anderson (owner of BKS) let me create with her New Willow stamp she had designed by Kelli Emig.  This stamp doesn't disappoint I made a tutorial on how I like to paint this stamp.







I enjoy being on Blue Knight Stamps Blog Hop, yesterday Chris had an amazing card tutorial with the new Coffe stamp With an amazing Coffe background ( you won't want to miss that)


Here are the links to the other artists that are participating!

Monday: 
Chris O’Malley
www.purplelakestamps.com
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp8vMp20yKBipPlUK__HssA…
Also on Facebook at Purple Lake Stamps
email: chris@purplelakestamps.com
Tuesday: You Are HERE!
Lisa Christensen
www.maydreamrose.com
Friday:
Lynn Anderson
www.blueknightrubberstamps.com
Facebook at Blue Knight Rubber Stamps
If you missed it Michelle featured stamps on her blog all week
Blog: https://bellissimacards.blogspot.com/
Here is a sneak peek to my next tutorial! (I am loving this little fox!) Also from Blue Knight Stamps!




9 comments:

  1. Wow, fab scene. Love the colours. Hugz

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    1. Yes, the colors are the best part of painting this card! Thanks so much!

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  2. So pretty! Scenes make such quick, pretty cards!

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    1. they really do! and I love that you can frame them later if you like:)

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  3. I love scenic stamps and it was so relaxing to watch you watercolor! All of the colors combine for a beautiful result

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  4. Wow,you did a fabulous job water coloring Willow Lake. I love this stamp. Thank you, for the video. One of these days, I will get brave and try to learn to water color. Wish you lived next door so you could teach me.

    Shirley

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    1. We have to get together some time and I will teach you! I think the hardest thing about watercoloring is the "fear" when you get over that it's so magical!

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