Friday, April 3, 2009


.....that's what I SHOUTED tonight when I stamped my first image with my Stampin' Up! Inspired By Nature set using the Stampin' Write Markers. I had played around with the markers the other night on the Pocket Silhouettes stamps. But OMG the look it gives on a bigger stamp like Inspired by Nature......AMAZING!!

Then......I SCREAMED (and I think I scared Beth) when I stamped my first image using the Watercolor Wonder Crayons. BEAUTIFUL!!!

I'm so in love!! Of course this means I now must have the other 3 sets that I don't own of the markers and crayons.

Here are the four cards I stamped tonight. This is all I got done because after the stamping I just sat and admired them for quite some time. :-)

I only put the bow on one - I thought the cards were so pretty they didn't need anything more. Plus no bow makes for easier mailing.

This one is the Markers. Chocolate Chip, Brocade Blue and Always Artichoke (grass is Mellow Moss - you can see it in the picture above)
This one was with the Crayons. Chocolate Chip, More Mustard and Old Olive.

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Leanne said...

Oh my GOSH!! Can you hear me screaming from Alabama??? I love them to!! Pat yourself on the back! They turned out great!!(Dear Lord, Please drop a ton of money in my laps so that I may order a HUGE stampin up order and get everything I want!!) TFS...and enabling lol Leanne

Heather~Scrapfor4 said...

Great Job!!

Now I am going to have to get them watercolor crayons too!!

Lori in SC said...

Beautiful, simply beautiful.

Mrs. Hayford said...

I've never been a huge fan of watercolored stamped images... until now!

Holy crow that's just absolutely stunning and gorgeous!

all4sydney said...

AWESOME Tammy!!! they are beautiful!!

eiyiyi said...

These are just flat-out gorgeous. I'm feeling kind of dumb. Spent a lot of time doing watercolor drawings for cards ..... this is so much easier and looks just as good. Yeah you. thanks for sharing.