Hello crafty friends!
I have two fun cards with the brand new Essentials By Ellen Japanese themed products in The Classroom today! I hope you will visit Ellen Hutson to see my guest post!
Ellen Hutson has generously provided a $50 gift certificate for me to give away here. Please leave a comment on this blog post by Wednesday, March 14th for a chance to win!
Thank you so much for stopping by. Happy crafting!!
Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
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57 thoughts on “Ellen Hutson Guest Designer + Giveaway”
Such nice cards using watercolor pens. I like how you combined several coloring mediums to made these watercolored cards. Thanks for sharing your techniques with us!
I love this stamp set. The bamboo behind the geisha girl is so well done. My adopted family is Japanese so I have many people who would appreciate a card with these stamps. Very beautiful cards!😃
I love these stamp sets. it’s makin’ me crave Ramen and Sushi! Love your cards!!!
I love these designs. They aren’t like any I already have!
So fun and cute, Yoonsun … fabulous designs with these new sets … and a great tutorial on how you used all the colouring techniques … thank you! Anita :)
Such sweet cards and I love your distress watercoloring!
Love your cards. Always enjoy seeing your wonderful art.
I like how you combined coloring mediums to create your cards. Beautiful.
lovely coloring for these cute new stamps – must dig out those TH distress markers and use them again.
Your work is beautiful
Love your style and love your cards today! Thanks for sharing. I had to buy these sets because of you!
Your cards and coloring are always so pretty! The little details are great, like how you added flowers on the little bowl :)
What cute little images, never seen anythung like the food one! Cute cards! TFS
Those are cute cards! I love the soft coloring.
Lovely cards. These are so unique and whimsical. Love that the inspiration was from traveling to Japan. Thank you for sharing.
Both cards are super creative!
This is a great release & I love your sweet creation! What a perfect time as I am leaving for Japan next week, fun products for my traveling album for sure! Off to check the post now!
Wow! These are awesome!! So fun and I always love your water coloring ♥
Very cute cards, and I love the techniques you shared! Thanks!
Wonderful cards Yoonsun!! As usual they are coloured beautifully. I particularly like the watercoloured bamboo in the background of the second card. I have alwàys wondered what the distress markers were like to use. After seeing this post I am tempted to buy a couple to play and see if I’d use them. The wasabi and so matcha stamp sets are just fabulous with such unique images. Love them!! Thañks for the inspiration once again!
Not only do you make beautiful cards, I for one appreciate your detailed explanations! Thank you very much for that.
Lovely cards with such happy colors!
Such fun cards!
The designs are
neat and lovely
Carla from Utah
You did a fantastic job bringing these stamps to life.
I’ve always been drawn to Japanese themes since in high school (many moons ago). I’m so happy to see these. Beautifully colored and designed. Your fan Jan.
Oh my!!! These new stamp sets are adorable and your cards totally sweet and cute!!! <3
Yoonsun, I always love your ability to make such beautiful and unique backgrounds with whatever stamps you use. You have no idea how much you inspire me when I see your work, thank you for that! Your cards are simply beautiful.
Hi Yoonsun, So awesome, love your 2 cards, I love watching watercoloring techniques because I am trying to learn watercoloring. I am a Copics girl and my New Years resoulation was to learn it, so I have been trying but not doing so well. I see you all the time on the Altenew blog and you are so talented, I just adore your cards over there.
These food images are just delightful and your colouring is fantastic. Thanks for sharing your creativity.
How cute and so unique! Love the way you created your own background with these cute sushi – themed stamps.
Great cards and thanks for sharing your watercolor techniques.
Your cards are always so beautiful and these are no exception. Love your work!
Great stamping and
coloring on both cards!
Carla from Utah
Oh my goodness. I just love your cards. Spectacular! Thanks for sharing. I love your creative spirit
Great cards! I like to use Tombow markers the same way you used the Distress markers. Makes for fast coloring :-)
Such fun cards! I know nothing about Japan. the food, the language, or things related, so some of this is just over my head. Wish there was a video of the actual coloring process. The bamboo is awesome.
Thanks for sharing your cue cards & the opportunity to win.
Love the bamboo background. Your multi stamp backgrounds have been inspiring me for quite some time, esp the techniques you use to color them.
Nice work on the coloring, the food looks deliciously cute
Love your creative cards and the fun new stamps, and what you’ve done with them. You have a lovely blog, and I adore the name Rejoicingcrafts!
Wonderful cards! I love how you used these stamps! Can’t wait to use mine!
What really fun cards! I like how you stand the images all around the panel and gave them a little color. I also like the bamboo forest behind the cute little girl.
GREAT post in the Classroom! I especially adore how the watercolor with distress crayons turned out!
I always love your watercolor cards and these are no exception! :) So beautiful!
These sets are so versatile and you’ve used them perfectly!! Thanks for sharing!
Love these oh so cute cards! Lots of inspiration here!! Thank you!
WOW! These are so cute!! I especially love the messy bamboo watercolouring in the background of the second card.