Happy Day Cardmaking Workshop Your Way

The Workshop Your Way Happy Day Cardmaking Kit includes:
1 – Exclusive workshop stamp set
2 – Falling for You sheets
4 – Cardstock Sheets (2 Espresso, 1 Saffron, 1 White Daisy)
1 – White & Gold Ribbon
12 – White Card Bases & Envelopes

Download Instruction Guide: On my website

With this kit, you will be able to create 12 cards.  You can use the instructions to create them as is or you can change them up to create your own designs.

Additional Supplies needed: 
Z3271 Archival Black Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad
Z3132 Watercolor Paints
Z3225 Waterbrush – Medium Round
Z4031 Leaves Embossing Folder
Z3318 Thin Cuts – Basic Circles
Z2060 Thin 3-D Foam Tape

If you are cutting the circles with your Cricut, they are 1″ and 2 1/2″.
* When masking, stamp your mask on a sticky note. This will hold it in place while stamping overtop and you can reposition it to stamp on each card.

How I made my cards:

These first cards are made as designed in the kit and with only items that are included in the kit (except inks and coloring mediums). You can use markers, colored pencils, or watercolors for the coloring. For these cards, I used the Fine Watercolor Brush and Inks (Goldrush, Saffron, and Fern).

For this card, I changed the colors, embossed the cardstock, and used ShinHan markers for the coloring.

These next cards are the same design but as you can see by using different sides of the B&T paper, different stamped images, and changing the ribbon you can give them very different looks. The green twine is from the Enchantment Ribbon Pack. I also combined different coloring mediums on the same card. On the large circle, I used a sponge dauber with Goldrush ink. I preferred this over watercolor because it doesn’t curl the paper. I did use the waterbrush and Saffron ink on the smaller circles. The leaves are done with the waterbrush and Fern ink. I stamped them all on one sheet, watercolored over them going outside the lines, let it dry, then fussy cut them out. The flower is colored with ShinHan markers (Marigold and Golden Yellow).

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