Birthday Wishes – Mondo Peony in Avery Elle liquid watercolour

Hey there.  Just popping to share a card I made using the gorgeous Mondo Peony stamp set from Ellen Hutson.  I just LOVE this stamp – it’s a dream to water colour.  I used Avery Elle Liquid Watercolours in Fizz and Cherry which gave me a gorgeous blend of pinks and oranges – I LOVE them.

I stamped the flower onto watercolour paper using versamark ink then heat embossed it in Avery Elle Rich Gold fine embossing powder.  Once I coloured the flower and let it dry I finished off with a die cut sentiment from the Avery Elle A Tag For All Die set.  I added a few Doodlebug Gold Sparkle Sprinkles to add some bling!



Mondo Peony Stamp Set Ellen Hutson

Avery Elle Gold Embossing Powder

Avery Elle Liquid Water colors Cherry and Fizz

Versamark Ink

Avery Elle A Tag For All Dies

Doodlebug Sprinkles


Thanks for stopping by x


Ellen Hutson/Avery Elle Watercolor Mini Blog Hop

Hello!  We are so excited to be hopping along with our friends at Ellen Hutson today.  We are featuring projects using our NEW Liquid Watercolors and are SO excited to show them off in action.  Avery Elle’s liquid watercolors come in 10 gorgeous shades that can be used on their own or easily mixed together to create custom colors.  For an intense shade use the watercolors straight out of the bottle.  If you want lighter shades, just add various amounts of water to get the color you desire.  The possibilities are endless.  Be sure to check out all of the details of the hop as well as how to be entered to win one of TWO FULL SETS of our Avery Elle Liquid Watercolors over on the Ellen Hutson Classroom Blog.


So let’s carry on with the hop.  You should have arrived here from the amazing world of Julie Ebersole (major fangirl here).  If you’re lost and want to get back to the start, the list is all the way down at the bottom of this post!

I have been having SO much fun with these watercolours since I got them and just love their versatility.  If, like me you’ve jumped on the latest alcohol ink trend then I you may be interested to know that a lot of similar, but more subtle results can be achieved with these water colours.  Grab a cuppa and watch this short video to see what I mean 🙂

I have a few cards here showing how I used the panels I created in the video:


Avery Elle Water Colours Cherry and Sugar Plum

Horizontal Stripes Die,

 Mom and Dad Clear Stamp Set

Star Frame Die


Avery Elle Water Colours Aquamarine and Celery

Mom and Dad Clear Stamps

Gold sequin mix

Avery Elle Gold Embossing Powder



Splash Stamp Set

Splash Dies

Liquid Watercolour Aquamarine

Critter Crew Stamp set

Aquamarine Twine

White Embossing Powder


After I filmed the video, my Ellen Hutson order came with some AMAZING stamps and dies I’ve been dying to get my paws on!  Couldn’t help but make an extra couple of cards – after all I had loads of the water colour panels left!


Avery Elle Watercolours Celery and Aquamarine

Avery Elle Fog Dye Ink

Ellen Hutson Mermaid’s Tail Stamp Set

Ellen Hutson Mermaid’s Tail Dies

Heidi Swapp Gold Lame Shimmer Spray

Essentails By Ellen 40lb vellum

Ranger Gold Tinsel Embossing Powder



Avery Elle Watercolours Celery

Avery Elle Pigment inks: Lemon Grass, Celery, Conch Shell, Mimosa, Ocean Mist, Sea Glass, Mint To Be

Ellen Hutson Wasabi Stamp Set

Ellen Hutson Wasabi Dies

Ellen Hutson Wasabi Accessories


Are you still with me, lol?  You now need to hop along to the amazing Lisa Spangler to see what delights she has in store…


A full list of the hop participants can be found below.

Avery Elle

Julie Ebersole

Caryn Davies <<<me>>>

Lisa Spangler

Heather Campbell

Emily Midgett


Melania Deasy

Carissa Wiley

Katie Gehring

Amy Kolling

Carly Tee Minner

Ashley Marcu

Elena Roussakis

Laurel Beard

Sandy Allnock



Avery Elle … SPLASH

Hey there,I’m over on the Avery Elle Blog today starting off a week of inspiration featuring the Splash clear stamp set and co-ordinating Elle-ments.  Lately I’ve been having a LOT of fun with the new Avery Elle Liquid Watercolours (look out for a video coming very soon) and have created a perfect backdrop for my chilled out bathing beauties!

I used a thin Yupo paper (picked it up on Amazon) and spritzed it with a fine spray of water before adding Aquamarine liquid watercolour onto it with a paintbrush.  I wasn’t too careful or precise as I wanted the background to have some movement and appear more … watery!  The paper was put aside to dry naturally which does take a bit of time so it’s a good idea to create a few background panels in advance so you have them on hand and ready when you want to put a card together!
I stamped a couple of ladies and their floaties of choice onto Neenah white cardstock and coloured them with Copics and then die cut them.  I glued the dried watercoloured panel onto a white A2 card front (landscape orientation) and then added the ladies and a few clear droplets here and there.  I finished of by cutting a strip of aquamarine coloured card and white heat embossed the Birthday Wishes sentiment from the Critter Crew set and tied it off with some Aquamarine twine.