Christmas Baubles – Live with Michele

Yesterdays ‘Live’ was fun….it’s always fun when you can play with ink and water….Don’t you think?

I have been watching the reels on my Instagram and there has been a few people who have been creating these stunning Christmas baubles using watercolour paint and watercolour paper. As the short reel below.

I have taken this idea and using Stampin’ Up!® Fluid 100 Watercolour Paper and the Inks to create my version of these baubles. I created my circle using a Stampin’ Up!® container and dipping it into watered down ink on a block. What other shapes do you have at home you could use…..How about ‘cookie cutters’…I hope you have fun creating some of these like I did.

With the added use of Joy of Noel Bundle and Country Wreath Dies, it just finished off my cards.

There is a YouTube Video below showing how I created my card.

Measurements Used…

Card BaseBasic White4 ¼ x 11”, score @ 5 ½”10.5 x 29.9cm, score @ 14.9cm
Card MatDSP4 x 5 ¼”10 x 14.4cm
Card Front  Fluid 100 Watercolour Paper3 ½ x 5”  9 x 12.5cm  
Card InsertBasic White4 x 5 ¼”10 x 14.4cm
Card Insert StripDSP½ x 4 ¼”1 x 10.5cm
Stamping & DiecuttingFluid 100 Watercolour Paper3 ½ x 5”9 x 12.5cm

The card below was my try out card with a smaller glass for my circle.

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