Win these stamps & try this faux sumi-e technique!

Hi Friends! We have another great giveaway from the fine folks at Art Neko (Formally About Art Accents) today! You can win the stamps I used in this postcard:

DCF 1.0

In today’s tutorial I will show you how to use a waterbased ink that bleeds with inktense blocks or watercolor paints to create to mimic the look of Chines brush painting and Sumi-e. Β Watch the video to see how:

* You can see how I created my inktense block travel palette here.

Supplies:

  1. inktense blocks or watercolor paints
  2. crab, seashell and sentiment stamp from Art Neko
  3. postcard back stamp from Art NekoΒ (this large stamp is on sale right now for .99 cents! regular $10, hurry!)
  4. thick smooth paper torn to 4″x6″ size
  5. black soot Distress Ink

Directions:

  1. Stamp images with black ink.
  2. Use a small brush to add paint, let the colors run.
  3. Paint swirls and accents around the card.
  4. Stamp large postcard lines on the back.

If you want a chance to win the Art Neko stamps I used on today’s project then leave a comment. I will choose a winner in one week. If you are heading over to Art Neko to shop make sure you use my discount code: Lindsay10% to save on your non-sale rubber. Good luck and happy crafting!

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227 Responses

  1. Love the colors – subtle and beautiful

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  2. I just loved this card!! sooo cute! love the stamps too of course!

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  3. The stamps are adorable. I love the look of the mimicking of the Chinese brush.

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  4. Awesome postcard! I’m going to go buy the postcard stamp! 99 cents!!! Whoooo!

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  5. I love this. So adorable! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  6. I absolutely adore the watercolor look. Wish we could get that with dye on fabric . . .

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  7. Love watching your videos!!

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  8. I am going to blame you for showing me even more asian inspired stamps which only make me miss living in Okinawa even more. I agree, everyone should go to the beach this summer. Salt water heals the soul.

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  9. Hi Lindsay, I have found your site recently and “watch and learn” daily now! Thank you for sharing so freely and for the opportunity to post for a chance to win. God bless you. Eliana

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  10. Very interesting way to use water paint with the memento ink that bleeds. Will have to try that one of these days. Thanks for the video. Edna

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  11. Way cool,lindsey! Would love to add to my collection.

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  12. Love the effect you achieved. Also, thanks for the coupon code and the info. on the stamp sale price $0.99 cents. Going to check that out now:)

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  13. that postcard was so cute and the coloring really made it.

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  14. Love this beachy card! Technique is awesome as well!

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  15. What a neat postcard. I would love to get a piece of mail that loomed like that. Thanks for the chance to win the stamp.

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  16. Love the art, what a great idea! You make us smile Lindsay! Keep up thy fun/great work!

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  17. So lovely as always! I enjoy all your videos but I especially love when you paint because it’s just so calming to watch. Hopefully I will get over my fear and try that sometime soon.

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  18. Lindsey, I always learn something new when I open your blog posts! You are really awesome! Thanks for a chance to win some great products!

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  19. How fun…you always make it look so easy and quick!

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  20. As always I liked this tutorial, I check everyday for one…I like using my inktense pencils with stamps and your inspiration is always welcome.

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  21. Reminds me of the Smothers Brothers song “Crabs walk sideways and lobsters walk straight and I can’t take you for my mate! ” The song was funny and a social spoof! I just love the card it’s soooo summery!!
    The stamps are so fab u los !! I would love to win them!!!

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  22. Another great video, thanks Lindsay.

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  23. You paint wavy lines and it instantly looks like water on the beach. I paint wavy lines and it looks as if I’m reverting back to my early childhood.
    Anyone would love to receive that postcard in the mail!

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  24. Dear Lindsay,
    i am a true beginner to art and craft and i thank you so very much for your help and guidance. i don’t know what i would do without you. i have learnt so much and you inspire me to create art works of my own. i hope to meet you one day and give you a hug for all the fun you have put in my everyday crafts. Sadly i am in Toronto but i still have a dream that i will meet you one day. i don’t have any stamps but you have inspired me to make my own lino stamps which i carve by hand. You helped me paint my first watercolor painting. THANK YOU SO MUCH LINDSAY!!! I AM SUCH A BIG FAN!!! YOU’RE AWESOME!!!

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  25. This is such a pretty postcard. It really does look like sumi-e painting.

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  26. I’m new to your website I love, love ,love it. I just signed up this week and I look forward every evening to seeing what up post! This stamp looks like so much fun. I can’t wait try it.

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  27. That is beautiful!! Love how you make everything seem so effortless! Thanks for sharing!

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  28. I need to try this technique! I would love to be the lucky winner!

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  29. Beautiful postcard! I never thought about stamping my paper with a postcard stamp, but this is the simplest card I’ve ever seen! Thanks for the chance at the stamps!! Also, thanks for experimenting with the watercolors to make them look like the Peerless. I didn’t quite hear what type of paper you used to put the color on.

    Happy crafting!

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  30. Love anything with the word beach in it. Thanks for sharing!!! Great postcard!!!

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  31. my sister and I L-O-V-E the beach. These would make a great addition to my ideas for cards, etc.

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  32. Interesting what you can do with just a stamp and paint.. Love everything from the sea.

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  33. I love the little crabby! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  34. What is the difference between the distress ink and say Stampin up ink pads? (I’ve seen tons of videos of people using “distress” ink, but never an explaination as to the difference). I’ve just started using Stazon Ink for coloring in stamped images. I watched your other coloring video, is the colorless marker filled with Oderless mineral spirits? (someone else’s video used stumps dipped in mineral spirits for blending several kinds of colored pencils).

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  35. Great technique! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  36. Lovely card and great technique. You’re a wonder, Lindsay!

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  37. Realy nice project. I’d love to win some “seashore” stamps. Thanks for the give-away.

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  38. Love the beachy vibe. One of my fave places to be! Thanks for sharing the techniques you use for your paintings, they make it seem a bit easier once I understand WHY the paints do what they do and how.

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  39. I am really enjoying your YouTube Channel. You make me believe that I can be an artist!! Keep up the great work πŸ™‚

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  40. I would love to win those stamps! Your card looks like one of those vintage posters advertising a holiday by the sea. In fact I thought that was what it was before I came over. Thank you for the chance Lindsay Karen x

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  41. Great tutorial as always. I look forward to them every day.

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  42. I like using the distress ink for the effect.

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  43. Love your tutorials. Look forward to them daily!

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  44. This postcard is great and brings back wonderful childhood memories as I was never more than 20 minutes from the Pacific Ocean growing up

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  45. Love this one!

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  46. Wow! I love this card…we just came back from rehoboth beach and had such a fun time..I would live to make some crab and seashell cards. You are so talented and I am so inspired by your work..thanks for the opportunity to win these stamps..hugs

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  47. Fun card! I love the colors and play!

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  48. Love the painterly effect given by using the non-permanent black for stamping. I am going to try this.

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  49. Love the colors and the stamps!

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  50. Love the painting technique!! Thanks for the chance to win!
    ❀ J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  51. Lyndsay you are awesome, I really like this little project and have a dozen people who would enjoy getting this postcard.
    Thanks for all you do and your entheusiasm.
    Iris

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  52. Beautifully done! You’re a talented lady – thank you for the wonderful tutorial!

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  53. So enjoy the variety of media and subject matter!

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  54. I learn so much from you about watercolor. Thank you.

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  55. Wow that is so beautiful! Love your work!

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  56. Love the postcard and love the beach. Glad you are able to enjoy the nice weather. Hoping to add these stamps to my collection and try the technique. Thanks for the chance.

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  57. Great card & a wonderful tutorial! You are so kind to do so many instructional crafting/art videos. I have learned so much from watching your videos. Thanks!

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  58. I love the crab he’s totally cool

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  59. I finally found it! Thanks for the opportunity to win these adorable stamps. I love the card created with them. Keep having fun Lindsay. …Bobbie

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  60. I love your website! You have inspired me to use various media and products.

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  61. Linday, thanks for all your helpful videos. Love the card and hope to win the stamp.

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  62. very pretty card. would love to be able to create this

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  63. Amazing! I am in awe of your confidence and skill!

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  64. Your tutorials always make me want to try re-creating them. Thanks for the chance to win these fun stamps.

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  65. Very cute crab and a great sentiment.

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  66. Great idea! Love the post card….thinking about this for Christmas cards this year.

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  67. Beautiful postcard. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Stay inspired!

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  68. Love this technique

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  69. Love the sea and everything in it so I love this card! I would love to win that stamp set.

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  70. I loved this card. You share a variety of techniques that have opened a whole new way of card design and creating. In fact, I’m so inspired, I’m investing in tools and more stamps as I can afford to, so I can create even better cards. Thanks for all the time and hard work you put into your channel. I really enjoy it.

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  71. I love your tutorials and hope to win the rubber stamps!!!

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  72. I really love Inktense and using them with stamps gives a great look verses using them alone. Thanks for your tutorials, they inspire me to take more chances in my art.

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  73. What a wonderful, summery card!

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  74. How absolutely adorable! Ok, now I REALLY want to get to the beach! πŸ™‚

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  75. very lovely work. you always make me happy when I see a new video every day.

    K. Kay

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  76. Looks like a fun technique. I love anything with a watercolor look.

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  77. Love this! I live ON the beach (well about a block away) and I have no beachy stamps. How did that happen?? I think I need these!

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  78. I’m looking to get a travel watercolor journal do I can go outside this summer and watercolor from real life….can’t wait.

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  79. Love the images! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  80. Awesome card and very cool stamps. Thanks for sharing ideas and projects and discount codes πŸ™‚

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  81. LOVE the stamps and what you did with them!

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  82. Thank you for another great tutorial and for the chance to win these beautiful stamps!

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  83. Such an interesting way to color!!! Would never have thought to do this….TFS Lindsay!

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  84. I was a papercrafter when I stumbled across your videos, but you have inspired me to go way beyond that. I have already done very well with the homemade gelli plate, and now I am ready to give painting a try! Thanks for expanding my horizons!

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  85. I love this video! I love those stamps!
    Loved the last video you used them in as well!
    The results are AMAZING and look so authentically Asian.
    Brent

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  86. Love these rubber stamps and how you made the adorable scene into a postcard. You make it look so easy. TY for the giveaway!

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  87. Love this video. I am such a fan of beachy things. Thanks for sharing your talent.

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  88. I love this card and I love the stamps. I have a friend who’s a very accomplished Japanese brush painter and makes these etagami postcards frequently.

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  89. Very fun ideas. Who knew it was okay for the black ink to run? Mine does that all the time… but it isn’t on purpose. Such a fun idea to make a postcard!

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  90. That is the cutest ! I have a soft spot for a crab since I’m a cancer . I love your inspiring energy . You have no idea how you help lift my spirt to get threw some difficult times right now . Crafting is food for my soul . Thank you for being you πŸ’œ

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  91. Beautiful post card, colors. Makes me want to go “beaching” lol. Thx for chance to win the stamps. I want to try this you make it look so easy and since I can’t draw, stamps are great!

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  92. Love the look of the postecard…and the use of the stamping ink really adds to the watery effect!

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  93. Love the stamps and your technique. Thanks for the chance to win them.

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  94. I am learning so much from your videos! Love the postcard!

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  95. Love how this looks! I remember the first time I watched you flick paint on you work to finish it up and thought why would anyone want to do that. But over time I could see the value in the flicks and I dare say this postcard doesn’t look finished without the flicks!

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  96. And this is another fine example of how you educate us conversation style, regarding dividing in to thirds axis points vertical & horizontal I swear I learn something from you on every video!!! You never act like it’s a ‘secret’ that only artists should know, the world is full of them, YOU totally are Out Standing in your Art and your teaching and how freely you share, Just sayin…
    And don’t for one second listen to a criticism from one person who clicks on you for the first time & wants to critique you!

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  97. Enjoyed your tutorial today, as usual. I, too, live close to the beach and usually can only find the broken sand dollars, empty crab shells and clam shells too. But I love making beachy cards for friends and family. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your drawing for those cute stamps.

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  98. I am enjoying the Winsor & Newton Cotman Sketchers Pocket Box Set that you recommended.

    Do you know if refills are available for it? If not, do you have a recommendation for refilling the colors that are getting low?

    Thanks, as always
    Sharon, Stampin’ Penguin

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    • you can order half pans to replace the plastic pans in the kit but I just refill from watercolor tubes:)

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  99. Great tutorial, love the day at the beach theme, makes me forget that it has been raining for 3 days straight

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  100. Fantastic card (as always), Lindsay! You’d be proud of me, I finally bought some watercolor paints and have been playing with them. So much fun!

    Hugs,
    Snoopy πŸ˜€

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  101. Another fun card and tutorial…love beach themed things. Thanks for the chance to win these cool stamps. πŸ™‚

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  102. Love this pretty beachy postcard! You are so much fun to watch!

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  103. Lindsay, this card is a beauty. The way you created the sand and surf was perfect. I really love the stamps you chose for this project. Thanks for hosting this awesome giveaway! Hugs, Pamikins

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  104. So cute, I am used to our Louisiana blue crabs. My northern friends and I debate over boiled or steamed crabs πŸ™‚ boiled is best by the way haha

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  105. As always, love all the videos you do, and love anything having to do with the beach. And yes, I had my favorite dinner tonight, crab!

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  106. Love the way you make painting seem so effortless and inspired me to make my first purchase at Art Neko – what a very friendly and helpful shop.

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  107. what amazing stamps and wonderful technique. I would love to be able to purchase but i am already over my limit for art spending, that is why I love watching your ideas and techniques on how to utilize what we already have. thank you

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  108. What a fun card you made again! really love it! thanks for the chance to win!

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  109. love your work

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  110. I love all of your videos. I’ve learned a lot from your techniques. And as always , you make us laugh.

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  111. thank you lindsay for posting all these videos and thank you for your givaway. i have learned so much from you and the youtube artists and i look forward to watching all your crafting delights!

    i love this beach scene…it makes me wast to go fishin’. i, too, love inktense. i have been looking at the artneko designs and i love the asian inspiration.

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  112. Thank you for demystifying watercolour and showing how vibrant the colours can be. Love the post card idea. Going out to get some soon as.

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  113. I have tried using the Chinese brushes to create this kind of style, I was blown away at how much easier your method was.

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  114. YOu make this look so easy. Our crabs here in Va. are blue before they get cooked. One of my favorite foods.

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  115. This is so beautiful Lindsey, and just a shame I didnΒ΄t have it last week, when I was asked to write something about maritime cards, as itΒ΄s not something IΒ΄ve ever done much of, so it was quite a challenge, and I couldΒ΄ve used this as a help he he, but now I got a bit wiser on this too, and your card here is gorgeous.

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  116. Love this quick and easy card!

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  117. I love the beach! But because of my job–I’m a children’s librarian– I can’t get to the beach until September. Summer is our busiest season. Got to keep the kids reading.

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  118. Lindsay, this crab is alive and well because of you. What a delightful surprise you created. Love the technique and the colors you chose. Outstanding! Annette “:O)

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  119. Just moved to Florida. Seems everything I create now has a beach” flavor”. Wouldn’t a crab make a nice addition to my collection? Love that postcard.

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  120. Great stamps — beaches are my favorite vacation. The technique is very cool. It would be a good one to practice not being in complete control. πŸ˜‰

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  121. Lovely! So summery and you make the look really easy. Love how you break things down for tutorials. Thanks for the opportunity to win! Blessings!

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  122. It’s such a treat to watch your videos every day. Thank you for doing that. Today is even more special because of the chance to win the stamps. Count me in.

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  123. Beautiful postcard. Makes me want to go to the beach.

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  124. What a gorgeous technique! I love this look! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  125. Love the stamps! A friend of mine loves the beach. What a great idea to make a postcard using these stamps to bring calmness into her life while her son who is in the Navy is away.

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  126. My family is at the beach right now . Someone had to stay behind and take care of all the animals. 😦

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  127. Love, love it! I grew up on the lakes in Michigan where there are plenty of beaches. The water always inspires me, I honestly don’t know what it is..could be I was a mermaid in a previous life or because I’m a piceas or just because the water is always where my mind goes when I’m reminesing about the best times I spent with my parents and siblings. And as a parent, I now do the same with my 3 kids, in hopes that I will make the same kind of memories for them. Sorry that I got sooo personal..lol. Oh, and No..I really don’t think I was a mermaid in a previous life..I’m weird, but not that weird..lol

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  128. Looks so neat!!

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  129. Thank you for such a cool and fun project idea! I love all your videos and really learn a lot. Thank you for sharing so freely.

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  130. Your watercolors always come out so beautiful!

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  131. Neat card Lindsay. Thanks for a chance to win the giveaway.

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  132. Thank you for all of your great videos. You have inspired me to get out and try things that I had put away. πŸ™‚

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  133. Hi my Love Lindsay, another amazing technique. Love those stamps!! Love the postcard!! Thanks for sharing. Love ya’

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  134. Love you, love your work. I would love to start every day with you. You are so uplifting and encouraging.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Ida Mae

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  135. I love watching your videos. Thank you for sharing.

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  136. I love your technique, I want to try it. I really like how great the background looks too. Being in Florida those stamps would be perfect!

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  137. Oooooo! love the card!!! makes me wish we lived closer to the ocean rather than the river!!! love that lobster!!! for some reason the shell reminds me of a frog! Guess I don’t see many shells that size!! LOL!!

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  138. Hi, Lindsay. You are one-of-a-kind! Thanks for all you do, love to watch you and I always learn something useful!

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  139. As always another beautiful way to use our supplies. Absolutely love the stamps and the technique!

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  140. Oh so great really find I trying to play with water colors doing fair ..love the postcard stamp

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  141. I’ve done this technique accidentally before, but it never turned out looking like that LOL! Such a cute set and great deal for the postcard stamp. LOVE your ideas and videos πŸ™‚

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  142. I would love to win this stamp set. Love the card!

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  143. I love this painting Lindsay! It makes me want to go to the ocean. Thank you for sharing your talent with us!

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  144. LOVE your tutorials! I have binged on watching ALL your videos. So many great tips. But I love to watch your watercolor videos! Great giveaway!

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  145. Love the card, love those stamps, love your videos. I’m always in a happy mood after watching!

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  146. Love this postcard. You have such great ideas. Do you ever sleep? LOL

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  147. I really enjoyed watching the video yesterday, Lindsay and would LOVE to get lucky enough to be picked a winner for the great stamps. x

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  148. I really enjoy your videos, great card!

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  149. I would love to win. Thank you for making this opportunity possible. I can imagine lots of creative uses. Good luck to all.

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  150. Hi, Lindsay, I’m very excited about this video, because the results of this technique are so nice and vivid. I took some lessons of chinese painting and I like combination of black ink and colours. And I admire how easily you work with aquarell colours. Please, make more videos like this, they are alwas very inspiring. Thanks :0)

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  151. Great postcard and a chance to win stamps, awesome!! I love your videos. I recently discovered your You Tube channel and blog and am watching a lot of your videos. You have some great tips, ideas and projects. I love the Inktense pencils but haven’t tried the blocks yet.

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  152. I love your videos! I am a beginner watercolorist and your videos are an asset in helping me improve. Thanks!

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  153. Love the stamp.. Have a wonderful summer.

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  154. You are amazing, I am in awe of the endless ideas your head is filled with. I am loving your videos…Thank you for sharing your talent!

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  155. I love seeing how you think things out….nice use of water colors

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  156. Living on the Eastern Coast-a crab is just the thing to make cards! Great idea and it looks professionally done! Hope I win!

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  157. I love this one!! Postcards are something I really would like to try!! The colours you’ve used are perfect! Thanks so much for the chance to win and all the great hints on how to use these colours!

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  158. So awesome thank you
    Iris

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  159. Loved your play with the postcard. thanks as always for sharing.

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  160. Thanks for the generous giveaway. I really enjoy and learn lots from all of your videos and I love your loose approach to your artwork. Keep up the good work!

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  161. Love this postcard…and love your video process…would also love to win these stamps too…thank you for the chance..

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  162. This is the perfect card for this time of the year. I was just down cleaning up my beach. Another great video. Thank you Lindsey.

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  163. Thank you Lindsey for another wonderful tutorial, I watch you every day, even reruns. Thank you I’m still learning.

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  164. I love that look and the idea of making a post card instead of a card. Thanks for sharing!

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  165. This is just too cute! Love the video!

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  166. Lindsay, just wanted to say that I loved the postcard, the colouring is just awesome and I was amazed at how the bleeding distress ink only seemed to enhance the finishes! Probably too late for the competition but just on the off chance, count me in! Thanks for all your videos, I love them

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  167. Hi Lindsay,
    You inspire me each and every time I watch your videos. I love the fact that I can go back in my history to revisit your videos, watch, learn & listen to your happy voice.
    Thanks for sharing your joy of creativity!
    So. Cal Barb

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  168. Thanks for all your comments on crabs and sea shells ..living in Albuquerque I don’t see much of them. I have a crafting group that gets together every other week in my home and I have them hooked on watching you on utube . Thanks for sharing your gifts and talents!

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  169. Hi Lindsay,

    Great video as usual. It would be awesome to win the stamps.

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  170. Thanks for sharing this technique!! I look to your you tube channel ALL the time for watercoloring ideas and technique! I have been a crafter for years, but only really tried watercoloring my cards in the last few months! YOU gave me the confidence to give it a try and I am LOVING IT!!! Keep up the amazing videos!

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  171. I love your tutorials on watercolors and I am beginning to venture into doing some stamping. I love the cards you made with the crab. Really cute and reminded me of growing up on the beach. Very fun tutorial. Thank you!

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  172. Awesome way to use distress ink, I wouldn’t have ever thought of that! Brilliant! Cheers

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  173. I love marine cards and I own several of the Inktense pencils so I would love to try those with these stamps, thanks for the chance to win them.

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  174. I love your watercolor project’s, they are beautiful. I just bought some Inktense pencils and I’m.working up the nerve to give it a go. Thanks to you. Please keep teaching.

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  175. What a terrific way to use the black soot pad that never gets used at my house either! Can’t wait to give this a try!

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  176. What a fun postcard! Thanks so much for sharing your talent and knowledge with us. I have learned so much from you, Lindsay!

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  177. I would love a chance to win! Please count me in! Thank you!

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  178. This are perfect image to be used for beach or any water sceneries…love to have them….i like the cards you made out of these stamps they are awesome…kept on thinking peaceful feeling by the beach with this crabs wondering around and seashells scattered by the shore..you did a perfect coloring l…the crabs look real….
    Vi
    Vicreates@gmail.com

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  179. LOVE IT! I’ve never used watercolor paints like that before. I like the idea and the look is so unique! Thanks for all you share! And your videos are NOT boring at all! Love them!!

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  180. Well I am number 178 here and fat chance on winning anything! But I nevertheless enjoyed the vid. Thank you.

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  181. wow love the technique im always messy this might work for me

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  182. I have the intense blocks but have never used them. Thanks so much for sharing this technique! Love the stamps you used…

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  183. Love it! Thanks so much. You’re great as ever!

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  184. I always enjoy your tutorials. Basic, sensible, and encouraging. Thanks for sharing!

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  185. love your videos πŸ™‚ cute postcard and stamps and I love the DIY watercolors peerless idea!

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  186. I can not wait to check each day to see what you have in store for us.
    Thanks so much.

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  187. oh my this is so beautiuful take care…..

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  188. Amazing results; thanks for the tutorial. I love to visit your blog and watch your videos because you have so munch energy and display the fun of creating. giggle giggle

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  189. Hi Lindsay! I forgot to stop over even after you told me it was on your blog. lol I love this technique. Thank you for the chance to win. ~hugs~ Pat

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  190. Love this so much, will be painting my heart out tonight lol
    Nancy F

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  191. Lovin this postcard, Lyndsey! Can’t wait to try the technique!

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  192. Thanks for sharing this fun little tutorial… after watching the video I felt as if I’ve been to the sea as well. πŸ™‚ Love the postcards you’ve made…

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  193. Love this so much! Will be painting all evening
    OSA Nancy Freckelton

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  194. Wonderful arty card Lindsay thanks for sharing your technique! Shaz in Oz x

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  195. I can’t wait to try this technique. I’m think it would look great with a bird stamp.

    PS I live that you find such different ways to use the distress inks.

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  196. Love the postcard and the way the colors turned out. I also love how the distress inks work….nice techniques. Love the new minis they came out with.

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  197. I love you style!

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  198. Love this postcard, makes me want to go to the beach πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing!

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  199. I love this card. Being from MD where we have the blue crabs, I would use this stamp set so often. Thanks for the opportunity πŸ™‚

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  200. I always learn so much from you! Not just about the project but about art in general–sumi painting etc.. Love this, as I always love your work.

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  201. I always learn so much from you. I love this card. I’m still a beginner and slowly collecting things.

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  202. I love watching your vid’s. I’m a beginner to using stamping and art so am learning lots. Love all your ideas.

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  203. Those are so neat, I love the beach theme right now, very awesome

    heifer21 at hotmail dot com

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  204. Love the realism of these stamps! Sure wouldn’t mind receiving such a lovely postcard. Beach sand and I don’t get along very well, but this postcard beach is perfect!

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  205. It definitely looks like watercolor painting! Beautiful!

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  206. This card is beautiful. The watercolor technique has such a simpleness to it. Great video.

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  207. My horoscope is cancer!! Please enter me to win or place or show!! Tally ho!!

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  208. Love the technique and the stamps!

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  209. Very beach time holiday-like! Love it.

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  210. It’s absolutely beautiful. Love your tutorials. You make it look so easy it inspires me to try and make somthing

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  211. It’s absolutely beautiful. Love your tutorials. You make it look so easy it inspires me to try and make something that hopefully looks at least half as good as yours did. Thank you! πŸ™‚

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  212. Another beautiful card with gorgeous stamps. I really appreciated the video tutorial,though I don’t know if I am brave enough to try that technique yet without being convinced I’m going to end up with a blobby mess!

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  213. Awesome technique. Love your take on this one. I just received my first Art Neko order and realized I didn’t use the discount… whaaaa!

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  214. So Cute! Sea shells are so pretty…Crabs, not so pretty. I’m land locked in MN. Well, not land locked seeing as they say we have over 10,000 lakes, but the ocean is awesome!

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  215. I just love your Art and even more, your quirkiness! (not sure if it is a word)

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  216. Wonderful ideas! Going to have to try this! Thank you very much also for the chance to win the items used. Happy Summer! x

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  217. Love the technique

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  218. Love the beachy stamps!

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  219. Your videos brighten my day. I always learn something new. Thanks for your generosity.

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  220. I would love the chance to win your cute Crenshaw stamp. I just love the picture you made. I’ve just started stamping and I am building my collection, slowly, but surely. I hope I win!!!! πŸ˜ƒ

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  221. I just saw this today….great tutorial….love the beach theme! I miss it living in Dallas Texas…we don’t get to go very often. But I grew up in Southern Calif. so know how wonderful it is to go to the beach!!

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  222. Love how you created this card! Going to try this technique out asap.

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