12 Days of Christmas *Day 9* Wplus9 + Giveaway

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Hi Crafters,
for Day 9 of the 12 Days of Christmas series, I decided to do a watercolour technique that I have been dying to try. I put some colour onto plastic and laid it down on the paper and let the magic happen. Check out my video tutorial for more details!

Today's GIVEAWAY is sponsored by me and it is the very stamp used in this card, Christmas Greetings by Wplus9.




                                        




Here is the video tutorial:







Giveaway for the CHRISTMAS GREETINGS stamp sponsored by justinehovey.com!





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43 comments

  1. Love the card and stamp set. Going to try and do more hand crafted gifts this year.

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  2. My Christmas wish list includes some Zig Markers, a new paper trimmer and the Mini Minc.

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  3. I would love a full set of copics!!! Have tried a couple brands and they are by far my favorite.

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  4. This year, I would like to have some cash to set aside so I can buy some new stamps and dies.

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  5. Sometimes, simple designs are the best! ^__^ I love the card! The sentiment and the green really shines through! What's on my christmas list? Some more So Suzy Stamps! And some of the newly launched ranger distress inks! <3

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  6. Lovely CAS card design! On my Christmas wish list is good health for my family. It has been a very tough year health wise and, truly, that's all I am hoping for. :) xoxo, Kristina

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  7. Craft supplies, what else is there?

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  8. Lol my wish list...A 4 hour run in Joanns no limit lol.
    Actually more realistic a Gelli plate.
    These sentiments are so pretty. Tfs♡

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  9. Love the Christmas card! I will have to try that

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  10. I've never tried a "grunge" background but you have inspired me. Thank you.

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  11. haha My list is so long! It just keeps growing & growing. I've had my eye on "Scripty Sayings" by Lawn Fawn for awhile. Your card is quite unique! With the water color and the grunge so popular, the possibilities are endless on what we can create.

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  12. Another beautiful card and fabulous video, Justine. My list is that we have a *Merry* Christmas...my dad, a year ago, was in cardiac intensive care from Dec. 19 - 30, in a coma, so we had a very quiet Christmas. He passed away on my parents' 56 wedding anniversary. We already have two *merry* makers in the family...my 5 year old niece and 3 year old nephew...so time with them would be an awesome Christmas gift! Of course, I want crafting stuff, too *grin*
    ~carol

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  13. What an elegant card! On my list is... uh... finally a few more mama elephant stamps *-* Found a seller here :3

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  14. I've asked Santa for some rice paper and yuppo paper to try them out.

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  15. Great card. On my list this year is the peerless watercolors or the Kurtake ones.

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  16. My Christmas list is endless, I want everything I see! I would love a set of Copics or the Clean Color markers.

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  17. Love the simplicity of your card. Have several things on my list from MFT's latest release.

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  18. I would love some more stamps and storage for my craft items!

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  19. What a creative card! Love the green you picked and how it turned out with watercolour!

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  20. Such a great idea! Can't wait to try it! Well my Christmas list has many things i want for my craft room!

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  21. so pretty Shannon shannonpratt66@gmail.com

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  22. Love how your ink splotch looks like a pine tree.

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  23. My Christmas list has stamps and dies from various companies. Your card is great. Thanks.

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  24. Love the simple look of this card.

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  25. More time to craft.

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  26. Oh I want a misti so bad, so I will be wishing for one!!!

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  27. Great job Love the watercolor!!

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  28. Nice to know that not every card has to be super intricate in order to look nice. Good job Justine. Tess

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  29. Unique and pretty card. I love that stamp set!

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  30. I love the splash of green! Can't wait to watch the video! I'd love to have some calligraphy pens on my Christmas list this year!

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  31. Beautiful card, Justine! Your comment questions are so much fun! This year, my Christmas list includes background stamps, a Misti and an ATG gun. I'm just getting started so I need many basic crafting tools.

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  32. Beautiful card. I'm really enjoying your Christmas series. You make great video tutorials. Thank you for sharing your time and talent.

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  33. And all I want for Christmas is more dies. I especially like the Hero Arts ornament one you used on one of your cards.

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  34. Stamp sets, dies, punches, and a Misti!

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  35. I want to get a MISTI. If that is not possible, I need to get some adhesive dot runner. Nice color on this card!

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  36. Pretty card! On my Christmas list... some new dies!

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  37. I would love some new rings and earrings for Christmas!

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  38. BEAUTIFUL card!!!
    LOVE your CLEVER watercolour background and ELEGANT design!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your tutorial ... I've added this technique to my to-try list, looking forward to trying it with just one colour then some multiples to see how they blend :)
    I have a crafty Christmas list ( ... is there any other???) and sitting on the very top is a MISTI. I know it would make me a better stamper and if I stamp more, it would mean that I could colour more too, which would be AWESOME :) THANK YOU for the chance to win.

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  39. A new sewing machine is on my list this year.

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