Easy Freehand Watercolor Pots to Stamp in!

Hi friends! Don’t you hate it when you can’t find the perfect stamp to tie a card together? Well, today I will show you how to freehand some sweet pots that you can use your small flower stamps with!


The small pegstamps I am using are from our sponsor Rubber Stamp Tapestry. SAVE! Use coupon code: WATERCOLOR to get 20% off all mounted stamp orders of $10+ at Rubber Stamp Tapestry through 7/2/16



1. Sketch pots on a watercolor post card using a watercolor pencil.
2. Use a wet brush or waterbrush to liquefy the pencil.
3. Stamp flowers in the pots. You can mist the stamp before pressing it to the watercolor paper for more vivid and painterly results.
4. To seal your postcard (to protect it from moisture en route to your recipient) rub clear wax, like a candle or canning wax, on the surface and then melt the wax with a heat tool if desired.

Tip! Look at your stash and see if you have stamps of items that would be nice to plant your flowers in! Mason jars, tea cups, urns, wheelbarrows, windows, arbors, fences and building would all look fantastic with some flowers!
Don’t forget to use the coupon code WATERCOLOR if you go shopping at our sponsor Rubber Stamp Tapestry this week! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!


4 Responses

  1. These are so pretty! Never thought to do this but now that you have shown me this I am definitely giving it a try! TFS!


  2. I loved watching your video and it reminded me I have some peg stamps that I purchased years ago and haven’t used for quite a while. I bought single ones at Enchanted Cottage about 30 miles from my home and she no longer sells them. I just ordered Brambly Rose and hope I can make my own pot/container and do as well as you did. Then next I’ll get Aunties Strawberry Garden. Thanks for your wonderful video as always they’re great tutorials.


  3. Love the trio card. All of them are very pretty. Going to have to try this. Hope you have a very good week.


  4. Beautiful and fun.


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