Here’s to Cheers for WWYS #96

 

Hello! Welcome to this week’s What Will You Stamp? Challenge. This week we’re creating with the Here’s to Cheers Stamp Set which also has coordinating framelits so you can make gorgeous gift tags.

Here’s to Cheers Bundle – Item #: 143528 (Wood Mount); Item #: 143529 (Clear Mount)

My design for this week is a jazzed up bottle of Moet – you could do this with just about any size or shape of bottle, jar, or even baked goodies likes cakes and loaves (there’s an example on page 39 of the Holiday Catalogue).

 

I just cut a bunch of the swirly patterned rectangles and adhered them to a Delightful Dijon sleeve, along with some ribbon. Then I heat embossed the sentiment in copper onto black cardstock, die cut it with one of the squares from the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies, attached it to the copper foil bottle tag and decorated it with more gorgeous ribbon. Finally, I popped it into one of the large cellophane bags and finished it off with a beautiful double-looped ribbon.

 

I hope you like my champers gift wrapping. 🙂

 

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Flurry of Wishes Card for WWYS #95

 

 

Hello! and welcome to this week’s What Will You Stamp? Challenge. This week we’re designing with the Flurry of Wishes Stamp Set. You can purchase the stamp set and coordinating Snow Flurry Punch and Flower Medallion Punch.

 

Item # 139680: Snow Flurry Punch and Item # 137417 Flower Medallion Punch

 

It’s hard to see in the picture, but I started by adding some glitter snowflakes using Heat and Stick powder and Dazzling Diamonds glitter. Some more snowflakes were clear heat embossed in Soft Sky ink and then a good spattering of Pacific Point ink followed. The large snowflake was clear heat embossed in Pacific Point ink and punched out with the Flower Medallion Punch and popped up on dimensionals.

 

 

I added some washi tape from the Floral Boutique suite before adding the Night of Navy clear embossed sentiment onto a banner and attached with dimensionals. The card was finished off with some of the Soft Sky coloured sequins from the Fancy Frost sequins pack.

 

 

I decorated the inside of the card with the coordinating sentiment, some more Pacific Point splatters, a strip of Floral Boutique washi tape and a small snowflake clear embossed over Soft Sky ink and punched out with the Snow Flurry Punch.

 

 

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Christmas Pines for WWYS #94


 

Hello! and welcome to this week’s What Will You Stamp? Challenge. This week’s challenge is to use the Christmas Pines Stamp Set. You can purchase the stamp set and coordinating Pretty Pines Thinlits Dies as a bundle but you’d better be quick as it’s on the retiring list. Click here to grab yours before it’s gone forever!

 


Item # 143496 Christmas Pines Photopolymer Bundle

 

To start, I embossed the front panel of Whisper White cardstock with the Holly embossing folder and gave it a watercolour wash of Soft Sky. I then made a little “posy” of pine leaves topped with a couple of the gorgeously detailed pine cones cut from Early Espresso and Copper Foil. I added a Cherry Cobbler bow and finished it off with a couple of the Mini Jingle Bells.  So lovely!

 


 

You can see in the close-up photo below the sparkle on the bow. That was achieved by applying clear Wink of Stella and then Fine-Tip Glue pen over the top. I love the effect this creates. The sentiment was then stamped onto vellum and clear heat embossed and the card was finished off with some of the Soft Sky coloured sequins from the Fancy Frost sequins pack.

 


 

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Cookie Cutter Christmas for WWYS #93

Welcome back to this week’s What Will You Stamp? Challenge. Our stamp set this week is the oh, so cute Cookie Cutter Christmas. The bundle is on the retiring list so you don’t want to miss out. Click here to grab it before it’s gone.

 


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I created a chevron pattern for my card front by using strips of the diagonal striped paper from the Candy Cane Lane Designer Series Paper pack. The little gingerbread man, stamped in Crumb Cake is peeping out of the jar (from the Jar of Love Stamp Set). Yes, I had to chop his little arms off! But doesn’t he look adorable?! The other sweets in the jar were fussy cut from another design in the Candy Cane Lane DSP pack. The twine around the neck of the jar is also from the Candy Cane Lane suite of products. The jar lid is Silver Foil stamped with black Stazon.

 


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The sentiment was white heat embossed onto a strip of Basic Black cardstock. The inside of the card was finished with the  gingerbread man peeking in from the corner and some more fussy cut sweets. I really had so much fun making this card; I think there will be a lot of friends receiving Cookie Cutter Christmas cards this year!

 


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Star of Light for WWYS #92

Hello and welcome to this week’s WWYS Challenge using the Star of Light Stamp Set. It’s so easy to achieve a WOW effect with this set. I love the intricate designs of the images and the sentiments come in the most gorgeous fonts. Here’s the stamp set pic:
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You can purchase the stamp set and coordinating dies as a bundle and save 10%.

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Item #143508 – Star Of Light Photopolymer Bundle: Star of Light Stamp Set and Starlight Thinlits Dies.

I chose Night of Navy, Whisper White and Silver Foil for my card. They look so classically elegant together. And that swirl image is so pretty in real life! I backed the foil star and the sentiment with Silver Glimmer Paper.
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TIP: When cutting foil, make sure your top cutting plate is relatively new otherwise it will leave indentations in the finished die-cut. Also, use a die brush to remove the die-cut to prevent damage.

I decorated the inside of the card with a little sponging in Night of Navy to emulate the night sky and some silver embossed stars. Both sentiments were clear embossed over Night of Navy ink.
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Teeny Tiny Sentiments for WWYS #91

Hello and welcome to this week’s WWYS Challenge using the Teeny Tiny Sentiments Stamp Set. I have always adored this set. It has so many cute greetings for many different occasions. I’ve used two in today’s project. Here’s the stamp set pic:


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Note: The stamp set varies by name and content depending on where you are. In Australia, it’s called Teeny Tiny Sentiments and doesn’t have the Thanksgiving and Halloween greetings; in the US it’s called Teeny Tiny Wishes and doesn’t include the greetings “miss you so much” and “congratulations”.

I paired the sweet little sentiments with the Fancy Frost Suite from the Holiday Catalogue, using Sweet Sugarplum, Soft Sky and Whisper White – non-traditional Christmas colours. I love that!


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TIP: You can change the look of an image by selectively colouring parts with Stampin’ Write Markers. In the medallion image on the card, I inked up the image using a Soft Sky ink pad then used my Sweet Sugarplum marker to colour the centre flower and some of the “leaves”.

The box was made with the Popcorn Box Thinlits (it’s not just for popcorn!) and the tag is from the Merry Tags Framelits Dies. I also added some mini jingle bells – they’re so adorable!


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The falling snow image used on both the box and the card is from the Merriest Wishes Stamps Set. Using the same stamps on both pieces ties them together. I also added the smallest stitched die from the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies to back the sentiment. These projects were quick and easy and so much fun to make!


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Paisleys & Posies Gift Set for WWYS #90

Hello and welcome to this week’s WWYS Challenge using the Paisleys & Posies Stamp Set. I fell in love with this set the moment I clapped eyes on it. The designs are gorgeous and the colour possibilities are endless. Here’s the stamp set pic:


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I knew I wanted to use black and copper for this project as I think they are a real WOW together, and I also decided to make a matching gift box, not for any other reason than I wanted to make THAT gorgeous flower from the matching Paisleys Framelits Dies! It would have been too much on the card but I think you’ll agree it’s stunning on the gift box.


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TIP: Matching pieces don’t always have to be exactly the same. Here, I’ve reversed the colours on the box but it still matches the card perfectly.

And here’s a close-up of that flower! How gorgeous is it?!


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I enjoyed making this beautiful gift set – the stamps and dies made it easy to create. If you like the colour combination, click on the picture above to see more colour snapshots.

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Totally Trees (Without the Trees) Card for WWYS #88

Hello and welcome to this week’s WWYS Challenge using the Totally Trees Stamp Set. You may notice however, my card has no trees! Those of you who follow my blog know that I like to discover different ways to use stamp sets, so my main goal with this stamp set was not to use any tree images to show it’s versatility. Here’s the stamp set pic:

88-totally-trees I’ve used a technique I call ink blending (if there is another name for it, please let me know!). I just half-mixed some different colours on an acrylic block and used it to ink my stamp up. I love the effect and the possibilities are endless! The sentiment comes from the Badges & Banners Stamp Set (cropped using the Best Badge Punch) and suits the fun style of this card.

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TIP: For a quick and easy accent, use narrow strips of cardstock. I’ve used one top and bottom here to add extra interest.

And I decorated the inside with the little image that looks like a group of bubbles.

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Remember to check out all the beautiful inspiration over at the WWYS Challenge blog.
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Rainbow Card Using Labeler Alphabet Stamp Set for WWYS #87

Hello and welcome to this week’s WWYS Challenge using the Labeler Alphabet Stamp Set. I have to admit, I avoided using this set because there are 101 (yep! 101) stamps in this set and the thought of losing one of those little buggers kinda freaked me out! But I was very careful to put each one back in the case after I’d used it, so it’s all good. 🙂

Here’s the stamp set pic:

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I started with the idea of using an inspirational phrase for this card so browsed Google and found the words you see on the front of the card. So then the rainbow became the focal point. This was made simply using the Layering Circles Framelits Dies in “a rainbow” of cardstock colours. The words were stamped on three of the these colours to tie in with the rebus image. I added some Wink of Stella to the Smoky Slate raindrops from the Weather Together Stamp Set. It was a very simple card to put together but I think you’ll agree it packs a punch. Let me know what you think by leaving me a comment.

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Remember to check out all the “alphabetical” inspiration over at the WWYS Challenge blog.

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UPDATE: This card is being highlighted in the Crazy Crafters Team Project Highlights. You can see what the rest of the team has created here, and vote for your three favourites as well!

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Cookie Cutter Halloween for WWYS #86

This week at What Will You Stamp? we’re playing with the Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set. I’ve used the cute “cookie mummy” to make a get well card. When you’re sick, things seem to be out of kilter, so I carried that theme through when I designed this card. The panels are skewed and oddly shaped, and the focal image is at an angle too.


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I’ve paired the cute image with the Pop of Pink Specialty Designer Series Paper.

TIP: To add interest, try cutting a paper panel into an unusual shape – I’ve used a rhombus shape here for the black panel.

The sentiments come from the Thoughts & Prayers stamp set. Here’s all the images in the Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set:


86-cookie-cutter-halloween   And here’s the inside of my card:


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Those little hearts come from the Owl Builder Punch – so cute!

TIP: I love to emboss my sentiments. Did you know you can use any colour ink with clear embossing powder to give a shiny, raised look?


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