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Stampin’ Up! Natures Harvest bundle has been a favorite in my craft room. It can be brought to life when you create on black paper. I once remember someone telling me you could not watercolor on black paper, will they obviously did not know me or Cindy. Actually you can heat emboss and watercolor Stampin’ Up Basic White card stock . Let’s take a look at one card made with watercolors, heat embossing and all on Basic Black card stock.

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Natures Harvest bundle.
Add watercolor to black paper and learn to heat emboss on the same card.

Stampin’ Up! Natures Harvest bundle

Cindy and I love making and teaching how to do special techniques. If you would like to receive the PDF and the video for this card plus others using the same bundle; you can join the Paper Craft PDF/tutorial membership. Click HERE for more information and to join. Demonstrators love the tutorials for their classes. Crafters love it to create all sort of different kinds of cards. Here is a sneak peak of Nature’s Harvest Tutorial.

Nature Harvest Tutorial
Click Here to learn more I wanted to add a bit of something new to the PDF group. So I have added tips and tricks to stamping on cork… You are going to love the look. 

Learn more about watercolor pencils.

Let’s talk about Stampin’ Up Watercolor pencils. First they offer 2 assortments, each with different colors. You will want both sets, to have maximum color options. Next, they are true watercolor pencils. So often you will purchase pencils that will not work with water. (Crazy I know). They are actually make from wax and require a special liquid to break down the color. Not sure how that can be called water color pencils, but that is what happens. With Stampin’ Up! watercolor pencils, a few drops of water is all you need for easy coloring. This also makes it easy to blend using watercolor pencils.

I was once told that you need special paper to do watercoloring. Well it is my experience that with good watercoloring pencils, you can enjoying coloring on any Stampin’ Up! card stock. Remember I said, “I only use a few drops of water.” Well as long as you do not saturate your paper with water, you really do not need watercolor paper.

Enjoy learning things like this and other fun facts when you join Paper Crafts Tutorial Membership.

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Happy Crafting,

Elaine

Stampin\' Up! Natures Harvest bundle