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simply chose three colours and drew randomly across my watercolour cardstock, gave it a quick spritz with water and used one of Nathan's flat brushes dipped in water to smooth the colour. Took a couple of stamps from the All Things Grow set and stamped over the top with Brilliance ink once it had dried, and attached three 3mm Lagoon Sprinkles.

Tea light snowman I glued dollar store snowflakes to back of tea light. Soft foam made the hats. I glued bells onto ribbon scarf for fun. Some I put on hooks others I let lay flat. I used the round end of a paint brush to make smile. And a Lil pink paint for blushed cheeks. Each one has a different personality. ⛄

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A simple and hassle free birthday card! Step 1 - Tape sides with masking tape. Step 2 - Use flat brush, paint horizontal lines. Any colours. Step 3 - Tear off masking tape before letting it dry. I used a sharpie to draw the details like ribbon and candles. .

a printing technique... We used the most simple and cheap: - foam engraved with a sharp pencil - acrylic paint applied with a flat brush - printing on colored card with hand pressure