Video : Sailboat made into two cards!

Today I have a video to share a real quick and easy way to add some watercolour stripes to your background, otherwise a very simple design and some fun colours for a little boy’s who is turning One!

You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at Youtube.

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One – Detail
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One
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Wonderful – Detail
Wonderful
Wonderful

I’m back on Friday with another video for Scrapbook Boutique, look forward to seeing you then.

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13 thoughts on “Video : Sailboat made into two cards!

  1. Really CUTE cards, Therese! The stripes are so fun, and I love how you added the stars and flag with the number on the sail! Happy to see that you used the striped sailboat on a 2nd card, too!
    FYI: I left a note for you on YT regarding a Glue Gun you may want to check out 🙂

  2. Fabulous cards. Like how you used the die cut to make a second card. I am also guilty of popping pieces away for later! I also like how you created your own background paper – good idea. I have a similar stencil so I will add this to my list of ideas to try! Thanks 🙂

  3. Well, you’ve done it again. You’ve blown my mind with these darling cards. I. Love. Them. I’d never thought to watercolor a stencil, and now I can’t wait to try this technique. Brilliant idea, and stunning cards. You’re designs are amazing. And thanks for the video, too. Have a great week.

  4. These are adorable, Therese! Love how you created the stripes and good on you for using the extra die cut pieces straight away. 🙂 Also – definitely go for the ATG gun. I love mine! And with a bit of poking around on line you can find really good prices on bulk purchase of the refills.

  5. These are both so cute, Therese … and perfect for a little boy! What a brilliant idea to watercolour through a stencil … love the effect … and all those yummy bright colours! ATG gun … go for it … the bulk is worth it for how fabulous it is … and how reasonable the refills are! Hugs, Anita 🙂

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