NEW Card Making Video Watercolor Flowers with Lindy’s Magicals

Hey cardmaking friends, welcome back.  I have a NEW Card Making Video Watercolor Flowers with Lindy’s Magicals to share with you today.  I’m participating in a YouTube Hop Collaboration between Alex Syberia Designs and Lindy’s Magicals.

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Watercolor Flowers and Lindy's Magicals

With the magical mixed media products from Lindys Gang and the whimsical stamps and dies from Alex Syberia Designs you’re sure to make show stopping projects!  Hop along to see the inspiration from our designers and of course, for a chance to win!

GIVEAWAYS: Both companies are giving away 2 x £25. gift cards to their respective stores.

hand made floral cards in yellows and pinks created with card making products from Alex Syberia Designs and Lindy's Magicals

Watercolor Flowers with Lindy’s Magicals

Today’s cards are created with new products just released from Lindy’s Magicals – the Tea and Crumpet release.

tea and crumpets Lindy's Magicals

A beautiful set of new colors and also new, they come in the fabulous new shaker bottle – making them even easier to use.  Available here at Simon Says Stamp,

yellow and blue hand made card created with new card making products from Lindy's magicals and Alex Syberia Designs

Watercolor Flowers with Lindy’s Magicals – Card Recipe:

Start with pieces of watercolor paper cut at 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 and sprinkle and spritz the powder onto the paper until you get the desired results.

Next, dry the paper with a heat tool or let sit until dry

Then, stamp the Watercolor Flowers and leaf images with the VersaFine Clair Nocturne ink.

Finally, cut them out with the coordinating dies.

Also, ink smoosh the Gag Me With a Spoon Gray into one of the pieces for a card front. (that name just makes me giggle, LOL).

orange and teal hand made card created with card making supplies from Lindy's Magicals and Alex Syberia Designs.

Watercolor Flowers with Lindy’s Magicals – putting the card together.

Start by attaching the flowers and leaves to the front of the card using foam squares.

Next, use the dot stamp and black ink to add some “background noise”, then use a misty to stamp the sentiments.

Finally, you could also add some ink splatter if you wanted to, I refrained, but it was hard, LOL.

Here is today’s Watercolor Flowers with Lindy’s Magicals Video walking you through each step of creating the cards.  Under the video there is a link to the next person in the hop.

Card Making Supplies used for the Watercolor Flowers and Lindy’s Magicals cards:

Here are the products I used today.  Compensated affiliate links used  where available at no cost to you.

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11 thoughts on “NEW Card Making Video Watercolor Flowers with Lindy’s Magicals”

  1. Sharon from British Columbia

    The trick with the Press’N Seal was brilliant! Sorry, I’m ignoring the rest of your beautiful, creative work with the cards. LOL I just finished doing a card where I surely needed that idea. I can see that I’m going to have to watch all your videos so that I don’t miss any little tips that you sneak in. Usually I just eyeball the cards and then do my own thing.

  2. Love your art pieces, Sandi. Great video on using Lindy’s Magicals. They are great and what a fantastic idea to have shaker bottles. They are so much fun to play with.

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