Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Watercolor Trio Kit








Here are the details for the Watercolor Trio Kit.
The kit will make 3 each of the 3 cards shown above. The top card has 3 different treatment options for the Old Olive layer... embossing, punching or tearing. Depending on what you like or have for supplies you can do it however you like. The embossed option is shown above, the other 2 options are shown in the instructions.

Cost: $12 (plus shipping if required)

In the kit: All of the consumables (paper, ribbon, buttons) cut to size to make 9 cards, complete instructions for assembly.


What else you will need: (this is what I used, you can always substitute other colors, stamp sets, etc.)

Watercolor Trio Stamp Set (#117050 wood mount, #120084 clear mount)
Old Olive Classic Ink (#102277)
Regal Rose Classic Ink (#105211)
Chocolate Chip Classic Ink (#100908)
Whisper White Craft Ink (#101731)
Certainly Celery Classic Ink (#105217)
Elegant Eggplant Classic Ink (#105210)
VersaMark Ink (#102283)
Old Olive Stampin' Write Marker (#100079)
Pretty In Pink Stampin' Write Marker (#100045)
Regal Rose Marker (#105108)
Pumpkin Pie Marker (#105115)
Elegant Eggplant Marker (#105234)
Snail Adhesive (#104332 or refill #104331)

Other supplies: (these are additional items that I used)
Dimensionals (#104430), Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp Set (#115370), Border Punches, Big Shot, Embossing Folders

These kits are being cut as they are ordered. The other supplies needed are available through my website or you can e-mail me (jamb1997 at roadrunner dot com) to order as well. Let me know if you have any questions.

17 comments:

Susan said...

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Kim said...

Thank you for following my blog, I am now following yours. These cards are just beautiful, thanks for sharing.

Kim

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Fran Chiupka said...

Beautiful cards! That is one of my favourite sets.

Fran
www.papersentiments.blogspot.com

Patty said...

I love all 3 designs, but the top is my fav with only the edge run through the embossing folder! I may just need to get that set now!

I am following you through the thread on Stampin' Connection and I invite you to follow me at http://www.rocpaperstamps.blogspot.com

Have a great day!

Ronda said...

Oh, these are all beautiful!!! Love what you have done with this set! I am now following your blog.
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...Darlene said...

Love you watercolor designs! Thank you for sharing.

Julie DiMatteo said...

You have a wonderful blog and such beautiful samples to share. Thank you!

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Debbi said...

This set keeps bumping around on my wish list. These cards just bumped it up top again. I am following you from SC. Happy stamping and Blogging!

http://debbisdesign.blogspot.com/

Chanda Stehlik said...

These are really pretty! I'm a new follower

chanda stehlik
www.bellevuestampingclub.com

Jen said...

Those are beautiful. I'm a new follower. http://scrapsbyjen.blogspot.com

Diane Stader said...

Beautiful cards, great blog. Following from SC. Blessings.

Tammy Clarke said...

What a great job with these cards. I found your blog on SU, and am now following you.

Mary Cavalier said...

Hi- following from http://talesfrommary.blogspot.com/
Your cards are lovely

Shanda Stirk said...

Those cards are so beautiful - and very creative. Now following.

Katherine said...

The Birthday card above is absolutely STUNNING! I'm a new follower! TFS!

cindyrl11@hotmail.com said...

Saw these images on pintrest, I will be casing this for a class for my customers.

Donna Shelton said...

I saw the middle card on Pinterest. I've had that set for years and never use it. I love your cards. I'll be pulling Watercolor Trio off the shelf to case these cards for Operation Write Home. Thanks for the inspiration. BTW, is this an oversized card? We are asked to limit our cards to fit in an A2 envelope. I'm having trouble getting all the layers and a decent sized center panel.