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Whimsical Town Thanks Card

 

Whimsical Town Thanks Card

Sometimes I buy a stamp set *just* because I neeeeeeeeed to color it – this is one of those sets! Fortunately I stamped several so I can play with this arrangement on a card several times. (Thank you MISTI!) Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

For the road I opted to use a strip of black cardstock to match the layer under the town…and used a white pen to make the dotted line rather than the stamp. (because I was lazy! LOL)

Hex Charts!

In case you’ve missed it….there are now four hex charts available! Copic chart has been around a while but now there are 3 brands of colored pencil. (Note that there won’t be watercolor or watercolor pencil charts – we can’t run watercolor paper through our home printers or use waterproof ink.) All charts are HERE.

And the Colored Pencil Jumpstart Class content is available!  (You can join in class ANYtime, there’s nothing live that you need to be there for.)

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.

8 thoughts on “Whimsical Town Thanks Card

  1. This is such a fun card. Thank you for permission to just color. 🙂 I love it. And THANK YOU for taking the time and for investing in the product to make the hexcharts. Amazing!

  2. I love the blue/green (cooling) colors. It’s 103 here today, and I’m missing the cool weather and ocean breezes along the coast.

  3. I don’t think I want to live in one of these houses, but they look great! Thanks for this very relaxing tutorial.

  4. Thank you Sandy, this is such a great way to show us crafters that it is not always about blending, but having fun! :O)

  5. Your card reminds me of Whoville! Love it!

  6. Love this card and love this stamp set!! Really fun and beautiful colours!

  7. Awesome card. Those houses are great and I can see why you wanted to color them.

  8. You’re right – sometimes we get so wrapped up in learning and practicing new techniques that we forget to just have some fun – which was the whole reason we started making our own cards in the first place! Thanks for the reminder – and that is a cute stamp set, and an adorable card!

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