If you’re wondering how to use the Watercolor Wings stamp set from Stampin’ Up!, I’ve got a how-to video for you. This is a three step stamp set which means you can layer colors and patterns for impressive effects. You’ll love the soft watercolor look you can achieve for your handmade cards and paper craft projects.
The butterfly in this all-occasions card was stamped in Soft Sky, Marina Mist, and Island Indigo on Soft Sky card stock, then cut with the Bold Butterfly Framelit. Don’t you love it when Stampin’ Up! bundles stamp sets and coordinating Framelits? You can save 15% when you purchase these items as a bundle instead of ordering them individually. Use this link to check it out in my Online Stampin’ Up! Store:
I’ve posted two other samples using this stamp set, which you can see in these posts: Watercolor Wings and Awesomely Artistic and Butterlies and Flowers. I got requests to see the stamped butterfly without a thinlits-cut die covering up the image, so here it is:
I made you a how-to video on the Watercolor Wings stamp set. Take a look, and then leave me a comment.
The stamp set has a smaller butterfly, too. You can experiment with different ways to combine the stamps, there are so many possibilities! You don’t have to use three layers as shown in the video, you can use two, or even just one. Watercolor Wings will keep you experimenting at your craft table for hours of fun!
NOTE: You’ll need the Framelit in the Butterflies Thinlits set if you’re going to cut out the small butterfly. Stampin’ Up! kind of mixed and matched the Thinlits and Framelits in these two sets of dies. You can see the photos of each in this post: Watercolor Wings and Awesomely Artistic.
Have fun creating handmade cards and paper craft projects now that you’ve seen the how-to video on using the Watercolor Wings stamp set!