Watercolor – Unity Stamp Company

Hi Friends! I hope you are having a great weekend! I wanted to stop in to share with you a gorgeous new release at Unity Stamp Company! It’s a beautiful release and we are celebrating Angela’s birthday too! Angela has added her favorites and has put over 100 stamps on sale! I hope you’ll check it out! I have included links below!


I am sharing the gorgeous new stamp Falling into Place which was designed by my dear friend Sandhya Iyer! Isn’t this stamp gorgeous! I love the large image and the beautiful florals as well! I started by stamping the large butterfly image onto Fabriano Hot Press watercolor paper. I used my Karin brush markers to color this image. I used a variety of colors and when I was done I had about 20 pens in my cup! I apologize I didn’t write the colors down this time! I continued to build color until I had the look I was going for. I then set the image aside to dry. Once it was dry I fussy cut the image using my Brother Scan and Cut.


I then stamped an image from the January Kit of the Month. I love this large stamp and the distress look of it. I stamped this on a watercolor A2 sized panel. I stamped the image 3 times in various directions using WOW embossing ink and then heat embossed the image using gold embossing powder. I then chose 4 colors of Gansai Tambi watercolors to create the watercolor background. I chose 2 purples and 2 pinks. I added a bit of gold as well. I continued to build color and then set it aside to dry.

Putting it Together/Sentiment

I die cut the watercolor panel using a Gina Marie Designs scalloped rectangle die. I trimmed down a piece of black cardstock and adhered both the back panel and watercolor panel to my A2 card base. I added foam tape behind my butterfly image and adhered this to my card. I chose a sentiment from Wonderful and Simple Things September 2020 sentiment kit. (sentiment kits are a part of the mystery discount too – add them to your cart to see the discount). I heat embossed the sentiment using embossing ink and white embossing powder. I glued my sentiment strip to my card panel. I completed the card with a few sequins!

On release day, I shared on social media the beautiful new stamp kit Care and Hope Iris. This kit is also created by my dear friend Sandhya Iyer. This kit is the latest monthly floral release! I love this iris! I paired the stamped/colored image with pattern paper from Unity – Pink and Blue Watercolored paper pack.

Thank you for stopping by today! It truly means a lot to me! Here are the links to the amazing release and SALE too!

You can click on any of the links I have shared if you are interested in purchasing the products. The products listed are a compensated affiliate link, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission with no extra cost to you. I really appreciate your support.

I will be back soon to share more crafty inspiration!

Crafty Hugs,


10 thoughts on “Watercolor – Unity Stamp Company

  1. Gorgeous cards Natasha. I love the butterfly card with the stunning background.
    The colouring and colours of the Iris is awesome.
    Thank you so much for sharing, stay safe and have a wonderful day.

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