Hello there! Time flies, today is our last day of Sneak Peeks! I’m super excited that tomorrow we will be starting the Full Reveal and Inspirational Chapter for our Fall 2020 Release and it is something to celebrate for!
I made a bright and vibrant card for today. The colorful graphics on this card were ink blended using our new tool along with a set of two stencils (we’ll be revealing our new tool tomorrow!) These products combined to give this gorgeous pattern overlays that mimics fireworks in the sky!
The stencils that I’ve used here are super versatile. You can use them separately, or in many different ways to create different patterns and hence totally different designs.
The 3D image was from the same stamp set which I showed a glimpse of earlier on Sneak Peek Day 4. This image coordinates and fits perfectly in the middle of the graphics.
I hope this card will inspire you to make something bold and beautiful!
Be sure to come back tomorrow for our Reveal and Inspirational Chapter. Starting tomorrow, we will showcase our new products with Intro Videos, Design Team samples, and of course, Giveaways!
Hello crafty friends! I can’t believe it is already Sneak Peek Day 5! Tomorrow will be the last day of Sneak Peeks, followed by our Reveal and Inspirational Chapter starting on 9 Sep with Giveaways, so stick around!
Today’s card is all about designing wreaths! I believe we’ve all built wreaths before using stamps which is fun. But have you tried to build a wreath using a single stencil? If you have, it would have taken you much needed time for the tracing and masking in the past.
What if I told you that with our new tools, you’ll be able to create colorful wreaths with only a single stencil, AND, without the need for masking?
My card here today is an example of what I described. I created this by ink blending distress oxide inks on a single stencil along our new gadget, without any tracing or masking! It is super fun to do. The great thing is I only had to clean my stencil once at the end!
Later in the week, I will have a video for you on how to create a card like this, so stay tuned!
The stamped image in the centre comes from our new release. We have some beautiful and heart warming sentiments coming your way! For my card base, I used our Splendorlux Oro – Heavy Weight Premium Cardstock to give it a classic elegant look.
Hope you like today’s sneak peek! Thanks for visiting!
Hi everyone! Let’s continue on with our Sneak Peeks! Today’s card is made with some of my favourite products from this release.
I created this due-tone floral graphics on my card. I ink blended this using Picked Raspberry and Wilted Violet Distress Oxide inks on a single stencil! I find this type of overlaid patterns to be very intriguing!
And I’m delighted to say that this complex yet elegant design wouldn’t have been possible without our new tool! Stick around to find out more!
The stamped image in the centre is also from our new release. I love that this 3D image creates a the vision of having scripty fonts engraved onto a black sphere.
To finish off this card, I added some bright yellow enamel dots to give it a contrasting color! I hope you like today’s card! Stay close for our Reveal & Inspiration Chapter which begins next Wednesday 9 Sep!
Hello crafty friends! It’s Day 3 of Sneak Peeks. I love CAS (clean and simple) compositions and today’s card is one of definitely one of those!
I created the geometric patterns on this card using distress oxides on stencils. Stick around to find out more on how I created these multi-coloured patterns with ease (without any masking)!
The scripty stamped image “Thanks a million” is from our new release. I used ‘Crown Me’ dye ink by Simon Hurley Create. I love the vibrant purple which goes very well with the violet on the card. I used the coordinating die to die cut the image and adhere it with foam tape for some added dimension.
Hi guys! We’d thrilled to continue on with our Sneak Peeks! Today I’ve for you another card which is on the more feminine side.
This time I wanted to create a floral card. We’ve all tried using stamps to do flowers or wreaths. What if I told you that these overlapping petals and layering were all ink blended using stencils? Interested in giving that a try?
The sentiment you see inside this card is from one of the stamp sets in this release. I’ve always loved the elegant style of scripty handwritten fonts, especially for longer sentiments like this one.