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Autumn Stamped Watercolor – Art Impressions

I’ve had so many requests to use these stamp sets – and I finally had time to get to it, yeah! Puppy naps are an awesome thing.

Autumn Stamped Watercolor Cards

The Art Impressions watercolor series of stamps are one of my favorite creations by stamp companies. While I pass on many of my other stamps as gifts during my monthly “Customer Appreciation Week” celebrations – when I send unexpected gifts to randomly selected customers in my store – I never send these on! They all work together so well and can make beautiful scenes when combined together. These two new mini sets are no exception – but the best part of them? The trees! There haven’t been amazing trees in the collection til now, but these —wowzas! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

Be sure to check out the other videos linked at the end of today’s video to see some of the other watercolor stamps in action, especially the ‘basics’ video (that one specifically is HERE) to see the sets of flora and grasses that really help to flesh out scenes with the other stamps.sandy-allnock-art-impressions-bridge-watercolor

While the topic today is watercolor cards – remember that you can also take a larger piece of paper to create a scene, then frame it to hang in your home! These fall scenes would also be lovely for a gift for whoever is hosting you for Thanksgiving….and they’ll be beyond impressed. 🙂

Supplies

Below are links to the supplies I’ve used for today’s project. Compensated affiliate links may used, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support toward the costs of running this blog! Read more.

22 thoughts on “Autumn Stamped Watercolor – Art Impressions

  1. These are so beautiful. Thank you for the videos.

  2. I just love both of these cards so much! I am in awe of your talent!!! Thank you so much for sharing your gift with us!

  3. […] colored design. She’s got a video tutorial showing how to get this wonderful painterly look, click here … Read […]

  4. […] This stunning card from Sandy Allnock looks hand drawn but she actually used rubber stamps along with markers to get a stunning water colored design. She’s got a video tutorial showing how to get this wonderful painterly look, click here to check it out. […]

  5. Autumn is my favorite time of year and these are absolutely beautiful. Thank you so much

  6. Both of your cards are beautiful. The covered bridge brought back many fond memories of my mother. She loved covered bridges. TFS

  7. Sandy, I have watched many stampers and their cards are pretty, can’t deny that, BUT you are the BOMB! A true artist. I just am in awe of your cards and how you teach. Thank you for sharing.

  8. Love fall colors, you made these stamps look like mini pictures in a frame. I haven’t tried Art Impressions stamps, but after watching this video I will go look at their site. Thank you for sharing your God given talent, as always a beautiful card.

  9. Absolutely beautiful cards! You are amazingly talented. Thank you for sharing and teaching.

  10. These are just gorgeous cards. Your painting is amazing.

  11. You make it look sooooo easy. You do magnificent work. You are blessed. One question…… Where did you get the little blossom stamp? Nice just to add color sporadically around. Nice job. See ya in journaling.

    1. It’s in one of the sets.

  12. Great job! You make it look so easy. It makes a difference in the overall picture. Without the extra coloring the landscape would look so much different.

  13. Wonderful tutorial. Love the colours for fall. I don’t have any of those stamps but I do have some others that I haven’t used yet but would be perfect for this method. Thank you so much

  14. Thank you so very very much for doing an AI watercolor video! Love it. Please do more.

  15. Truly gorgeous!

  16. Just lovely, Sandy!! I’m so grateful that you introduced me to Art Impressions Watercolor stamps long ago. Over the past year, my collection has really grown. I have been using the Covered Bridge set to create little framed Autumn scenes as gifts. I’m smitten with the tiny heart-shaped leaves stamp. Thank you, Sandy, for so much inspiration today… and always! ♡

  17. Oh how I love Art Impressions and what you do with them. Such gorgeous cards!

  18. I have a small collection of the AI stamps and I never consider passing them on when I’m sorting and purging. They are versatile and great for stamping and coloring or watercoloring.Thanks for sharing your take on the stamps!

  19. Wonderfully lovely!

  20. Looks just like a painting. I never would have known you used stamps.

  21. Love, love the colors you used, especially the trees!! Beautiful card!

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