Today we are premiering three stamp sets called Happiest of Holidays with Evelin T Design, Merry and Bright with Evelin T Design and Mini Scenery: Do You See What I See?, one die set called Essentials: Noelle Cutaways and one stencil called Scenery: Do you See What I See? creative screenings.
My first card for today is using Happiest of Holidays with Evelin T Designs stamp set.
Today we are premiering four new stamp sets called In Bloom: Hollie’s Festive Florals, Let it Snow, Our Town and Mini Scenery: Madison, couple of dies called In Bloom, Paulina’s Greenery Cutaways and Take a Bow Cutaways. and couple of stencils called Scenery: Madison Creative Screenings and The Peppermint Effect Creative Screenings.
I have card using In Bloom: Paulina’s Greenery Cutaway. I love this wreath die. It comes in both outline as well as solid with two different leaves set again both solid and outline. The size of the wreath is big to be the focal point on the card. That is what I have done on my card below.
I hope you enjoyed Day #1 showcasing three new stamp sets and five new cutaways. If this is your first visit, here is the link to day #1 post.
Today we are premiering two new stamp sets called Comfort and Joy and Mini Scenery: Multigrain, two new cutaways called Cover Model: The Leaf Effect Cutaway and True Multifaceted Star and three new creative screening/stencils called Scenery: Into the Woods, Multifaceted and The Leaf Effect. You can see the pictures of all of them at Winnie & Walter Blog.
Today I have couple of cards to share showcasing some of today’s products.
First card showcases Cover Model: The Leaf Effect.
I have used the STAMPtember exclusive stamp set from Lawn Fawn called Merry Christmouse! I masked and stamped the images from the stamp set in the middle to form a cluster. I then coloured the images using copic markers. I brushed Wink of Stella clear shimmer pen on red colours to add sparkle to the card. I grounded all the images by colouring with brown copic markers. Below this I stamped the sentiment. To add more sparkle to the card, I die cut a stitched curved edge to the bottom of the panel using Simon Says Stamp Sitiched Slope and Hills die. On the bottom of the card front, I adhered red glitter paper then adhered the top panel using foam adhesive. I then embellished with Pretty Pink Posh Classic Christmas sequins. Here is a closeup of the card.
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Welcome to Winnie & Walter’s October new release premiere! This release going to be HUGE and AWESOME! Today is day #1 of the premiering the new products. Make you self a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy!
The stamp sets are beautiful with lots of floral and leaves outline images. These are the perfect for watercolouring, colouring with copics, noline colouring…. I LOVE them so much. A must have in you collection of floral stamps. The Cutaways are big, bold and perfect on any card.
I have couple of cards to share using today’s premiered products. My first card uses In Bloom: Renee’s Leaves and In a Word: Thanks Cutaway. I used Autumn/Fall colour to make my card.
I will see you tomorrow with more Winnie & Walter goodness 🙂
Have a lovely day!
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I started with the new Royal Garden Mix sequins from Pretty Pink Posh as my colour inspiration. I love the pinks, brown, burgundy, green and gold combination in the mix, because are bold, rich and beautiful. Love them. With those colours in mind, I stamped the flowers from the new Golden Garden Altenew stamp set on a white card front.
For the focal point, I die-cut the new Decorative Tag 1 Die from Pretty Pink Posh using gold cardstock and made a shaker element with the Royal Garden Mix sequins inside. I adhered this shaker tag on the centre of the card front. Then I stamped and gold heat embossed a few leaves and a flower and also just stamped few leaves and flower using coloured inks on coloured cardstock. I hand-cut them out and cluster glued them on the shaker tag element on the card front. The sentiment is from Altenew’s Label Love stamped in gold ink
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To get the lace effect, I die cut The Garden die from Penny Black using Simon Says Stamp Fog cardstock. I layered and glued this die cut on white glitter paper. This I adhered to a white card base. For the focal point, I die cut Lively and Flower Frolic die also from Penny Black using green cardstock and sponged some Pine Needles distress ink to add shading to the die cuts. I layered the die cut on the card front and flush glued them. The sentiment is also from Penny Black called Stylish Gratitude. I did not add any embellishments because the glitter on the background is enough to add interest to the card. Here is a closeup of the card.
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