Hiya, today I have a Christmas Card for you featuring a fun stamp and die set from Clearly Besotted.

For a some time now I have loved the look of the Clearly Besotted stamp range and had not actually got any as I only had seen them at Simon Says Stamp and was waiting to put in a larger order with them to make the shipping to the UK worthwhile. However I suddenly realised, dont know why I didn’t know before, that Clearly Besotted was a British company and it was simple for me to get some of their products. So I did and this is the first card I made with them and I have to say I am very impressed with the quality and if you haven’t used them before I am sure you would love them too, Anyway here is my Clearly Besotted Best Christmas Watercolour Card video:-

I am so irritated with myself for not thinking to use the action wobbles as that would have been so cool, plus it was very irritating to have to admit my Dad came up with a good idea argh!!! lol!!  Anyway I will add action wobbles to my product links below just in case you want to use them instead of foam, but first here as always are the photos. And as always dont forget to click on the image to see it in full as the system will crop them down to fit on the page.

So that is it for this week, I hope you enjoyed making this card with me? As I mentioned above there is a list of links of products used below my signature here. Otherwise hugs and have a great crafty week,

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Amanda Evans

2 Comments on Clearly Besotted Best Christmas Watercolour Card

  1. Very cute is too short a comment, lol… so I think it is an adorably cute card and at first I thought no the patterns were too busy but I love how it turned out. I’m a bit dsp challenged, I have hoarded reams of the stuff, but using it often poses a problem for me… oh hey, I think i’ll go see if I can use some on the cards I’m doing…. need blues….

    • LOL thank you and glad you liked it = i did get to the point after colouring the characters that aI was not happy. I had so many interruptions while colouring so the watercolour would dry in the wrong place etc and it just seemed to me it looked a mess. But I soldiered on and then left it to dry as it often looks so much better when dried, and way hey it looked ok and then when I die cut it I was finally 99% happy. But I love the finished card, and I think it is hard to put bold patterns and colours together, and you have to get the balance right, both strong, both bold and then the third one which brings the other 2 together. I have to say Im not sure what’dsp’ means – or is it a typo but I look forward to seeing you having a go and something like this xx

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