My number one stamping desire is to learn to watercolor. Lacking time for a real class, I purchased (after Santa declined to give it to me!!) the DVD called Watercolor the Art Impressions Way. The idea behind this DVD is to stamp on watercolor paper using markers and a watercolor brush. It provides 9 examples and last week I purchased the new clear Art Impressions sets designed to go with this DVD -- I purchased the sets called Watercolor Projects 123 and Watercolor Projects 678 (I think I'll get 456 later!). These stamps also come individually wood mounted and in fact, Art Impressions included a wood mounted stamp as a thank you for my order. Each set has about 15 stamps, some of which are tiny accents, like grass and leaves, and others are larger, including a stamp pot, pitcher and a gate. Very nice. They stamp beautifully! Each set was $15.95. [Note to husband -- you got to go on vacation, I got to order stamps!!] In any event, here is my attempt at watercolor project #2. I still need a lot of practice, but I figured I'd be brave and post my first attempt anyway! I used the following supplies: Watercolor paper (essential to this technique): a variety of SU Markers; SU Garden Green and Confetti White cardstocks; Bind it All; Oval Cutter from Making Memories and non SU ribbons (source long forgotten!). That darn Bind it All just sits there mocking my previous attempts so I put my piece of watercolor paper in it and punched away. I had fun with this card and can see using these stamps with all sorts of containers. You know, I thought about not posting this because it isn't the greatest, but then I thought -- you liked the Bind it All disaster posting and sometimes it is fun to see someone struggling. I hope to post much nicer cards with these stamps as I practice!