Hot Foiled & Watercolored Cards

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Hey friends! Today I’m part of day 2 of 2 days of blog hops for Simon Says Stamp’s Just For You release! If you missed the Release & Review video I did walking though all the new products you can find that HERE <——-click! Also since this post is part of a blog hop I’ll have links to the other makers in the hop with tons of fabulous inspiration plus GIVEAWAY info at the end!

If you shop at Simon Says Stamp HERE <——click! during the blog hop you can save $7 off any purchase of $40 or more with the code GREEN

Here’s the cards I made:


To see how these cards came together check out my video below:

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Next stop on the hop is Sidnie’s blog HERE <——–click!

If you missed any of the other stops on the hop you can find them all at the links below:

Simon Says Stamp Blog   

Laura Bassen

Caly Person

Nichol Spohr

Debby Hughes

Amy Rysavy

Sidnie Des Jardins

Mindy Eggen

Miriam Prantner

Anna-Karin Evaldsson

Dilay Nacar

Barb Engler

Kim Hamilton

Jessica Vasher

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Now for the GIVEAWAY info!!

Simon Says Stamp is giving away a $25 coupon to every stop on the hop (thanks Heidi!!) from each blog’s comment section (so leaving comments on all the blog posts of the hop increases your chances of winning!). Simon will choose the winners over the weekend and post on the Simon Says Stamp store blog on Wednesday the 22nd of March (3/22). All the winners can email Simon Says Stamp to claim their prize.

Thanks so much for stopping by and good luck! ❤️❤️❤️

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  1. Your flower cards are so pretty. I especially like the Daffodil one. My favorite flower….

  2. I love these cards. And, once again you make water coloring look so easy. I will continue to try and hope to get better.

  3. You know I LOVE LOVE LOVE anything you put your hand to (heck, even if you touched it with your pinkie finger I would LOVE it)!!! These cards are stunning!!! That’s all…STUNNING!

  4. These are both so beautiful! I love water coloring, it’s my favorite medium. I love the new release and look forward to seeing all the inspiration!

  5. I love both of your cards. The combination of foiling and watercolors is magical to me.

  6. what a great idea to hot foil the flowers – thanks for the useful tips – beautiful results

  7. Wow always love the foiled look! Have not made the dive into foils yet as it is a huge investment for me! Haha would love to have a chance to create such beautiful cards like yours!

  8. I love both of these cards. Though I’m not quite ready to go down the hot foil plate rabbit hole, I love what you did with these. I’ll definitely be buying that background stamp.

  9. Gorgeous, as usual. My May birthday is coming & the glimmer machine is on my wish list!! Inspiring post, thank you 😊

  10. Such beautiful cards. My computer has decided not to include the audio for your video, so I plan to watch it again when I get that fixed!

  11. Beautiful cards. Like the idea of using the reverse foiled images on the inside of the cards. Clever. Thanks for sharing!`

  12. Both of your cards are gorgeous! The daffodil card reminds me of when we used to order daffodils in dark blue vases every year for a fundraiser…..”Daffodil Days”, I think it was. Those yellow flowers in the dark blue vases were stunning.

  13. Amy, Once again you inspire me to play more with the items I have. Another beautiful card

  14. I love daffodils and both your cards are helping me get into a spring mindset. Very pretty! TFS –
    Lori S in PA

  15. Good to know that foiling and watercolor can be combined! I’m new and still learning a lot. Thank you and have a blessed day!

  16. Beautiful cards. I get having to have extras. I can put something down right in front of my face and not be able to find it. Having an extra lets you keep going.

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