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February24

Watercolor Wonder Cards Switched Up

The Watercolor Wonder Designer Note Cards are absolutely amazing! They help you create beautiful projects in no time at all. Not only are the designs a work of art, but I love the weight of these sturdy, little cards. If you are like me, you might be inclined to just hoard these little beauties—but I assure you: these NEED to be shared with your loved ones!

The wheels started spinning as I thought about how I was going to stretch these a bit to make even more beautiful projects. Here are a few things I came up with:

I started with one of each design and cut them into three sizes (2" x 5", 1-1/2" x 5", and 3-1/8" x 4-7/8").



This will give me enough pieces to create at least 10 projects!

For this card I used the Backyard Basics Stamp Set and Backyard Basics Framelits Dies to make a simple thank you card. The 1-1/2" x 5" piece was perfect for stamping the bee!

For this one I used the Fringe Scissors to create a little grass for my Easter egg to hide in.

The Scallop Tag Topper Punch was excellent for this quick little creation. As I mentioned before, these cards are nice and sturdy, so they work perfectly for adorable bookmarks. Your book club will be so impressed!

Well, I am off to finish up creating a few more things with all the pieces I have left over! I hope you are inspired to get creative with these beautiful note cards, too!

Mercedes Weber
2013–2014 Artisan Design Team

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  • Donna Adamson

    Nov 26

    Absolutely beautiful! I am starting to like using water color, you make it look so easy. NICE!

  • Candycat

    Nov 26

    Lovely ideas here! Always needing bookmark ideas as I enjoy sharing the love or reading with kids, friends, etc.

  • Carol Carriveau

    Nov 26

    I have one of each and need to order a full set and try some of these lovely designs! TFS!

  • Christine Giuda

    Nov 26

    I love this set of cards, so to see other things to do with it is great. This is definitely a project I will be using for a class.

  • Cheryl Bivens

    Nov 26

    Love the colors and especially the water coloring