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February 25, 2022

This week on my Facebook Live I shared a couple of cards I made using the On The Horizon bundle. Unfortunately the designer series paper which is part of the New Horizon Product Suite had not arrived in Australia when I was creating cards for this Live. It is however now available and I have some cards to share with you using this wonderful paper over the next week or so. Because I didn’t have the Designer Series Paper, I decided to have a play with some Fluid 1000 Watercolour Paper to create a watercolour background. I used Pear Pizzazz, Balmy Blue and Coastal Cabana ink and a Water Painter to create a background.

I stamped the Pear Pizzazz area with the grass image from the On The Horizon stamp set using Pear Pizzazz ink. I added a little Soft Suede ink using the Water Brush to create an area where I stamped the tree image from the On The Horizon stamp set using Soft Suede ink. I cut the panel using the largest die from the Stitched Rectangle Dies.

I stamped the bird image from the On The Horizon stamp set onto the Coastal Cabana area. I stamped the wood image from the On The Horizon stamp set onto Soft Suede card using Soft Suede ink. I used the fence dies from Horizon Dies to cut the Soft Suede card before attaching them to the card front. The image panel is attached to scored and folded Thick Basic White card. To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the grass image from the On The Horizon stamp set onto the lower left hand corner of the inside of the card base using Pear Pizzazz ink. I also stamped the greeting from the On The Horizon stamp set onto the inside of the card base using Soft Suede ink.

This was such a fun card to create and I love the softness of the water coloured background. What about you? Do you like it?

Bye for now,

Kris

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