This sure is a lovely addition to your wintry collection! Send warm wishes to your coolest friends with the adorable characters from this stamp set! Pair this set with our new Outdoor Ice Rink Scene Builder Dies + Stencil set to create the most unique and exciting wintry scenes!
I then used the coordinating stencil to add colors to the individual elements like the lamps, shrubs branches, and ice rink board. Fort the extra touch of details, this stencil even has a cut out just for inking the bottom trim to the ice rink board!
Create a charming and harmonious scene featuring this adorable quartet + snowman playing the triangle! A selection of snow covered street furnitures help to create the most festive and peaceful atmosphere.
To showcase all of the adorable images from this stamp set, I used the Cinematic Shadow Box die to set the scene. I really love the layers and depth that you can achieve with this die. I ink blended Distress Oxides in Black Soot, Wilted Violet, Blueprint Sketch, and Cracked Pistachio on my back panel. I added a spritz of water and splash of white paint for the added dimension.
All of the characters were colored using Copics, and I simply scattered the images onto the four tabs of my shadow box! For the music notes, I glued them onto pieces of acetate before adhering them to the tabs for a floating effect.
An abstract floral design like this one provides endless possibilities! Perfect for any occasion, this stencil design is large enough for creating a 4 for 1 design with a 7 1/2” x 7 1/2” canvas. You’ll be mesmerized by the stunning overlays with just a few turns of the stencil.
In this example, I used a 7 1/2″ canvas and rotated the stencil at 30° intervals. To ink blend, I used Spun Sugar and Tattered Rose Distress Oxides. After just two turns, this gorgeous floral design appeared! The stencil is made from transparent mylar which allows easy visualization throughout the inking process.
The dimension that this stencil gives is incredible considering the very little time needed to complete the ink blending! I cut my canvas into quarters and added sentiments from Heartfelt Notes and Words From the Heart Chapter 2 to complete my cards.
For my next card, I rotated my stencil at 15° intervals, creating even more overlays for my patterns.
For this duo, I cut my large canvas into halves, and then further cut each half into four equal panels. I then adhered them onto a slimline back panels cut from Cotton Candy cardstock. The sentiments were from the So Blessed stamp set.
A flurry snowflakes background is definitely one of the most festive and versatile background you can create for holiday cards! This set comes with two 6” stencils which you can use separately or together. Spin these stencils at different angles to create your favourite snowflake wreath!
These completed snowflake wreaths measure approximately 4″ in diameter.
Candice created for us a circular greeting card. She used both stencils together and rotated both at 60° intervals.
She kept a traditional snowflakes color palette and added a darker color back panel for a nice contrast. She also scattered gems of different designs to complete her card.
For my two examples, I went for more non-traditional color palettes. I used a few pastel toned Distressed Oxide for ink blending. I also used the same angle of rotation as per Candice’s card. I used a circle die on my design, and then cut out a slightly larger circle on Vintage Beetle Cardstock to create a circular negative space.
For my last card, I went with a shaker design in which I simply used acetate as my shaker pocket. This time I chose Shaded Lilac and Spun Sugar for ink blending. The stamped image in the middle is from Magical Christmas Sentiments.
I hope you enjoyed today’s showcases and inspirations. Leave a comment below before you go and let me know what you think! And be sure to come back tomorrow for more Product Previews and Giveaways!
I love how she mixed and match the stencils in the set to create these gorgeous overlays!
She cut the panel down into a square and adhered it to a pink card base. Next, she stamped and die-cut a sentiment from the Inseparable stamp set and adhered it to the center of the mandala.
She also added a few colorful jewel embellishments to finish off the card.
We love seeing your creations and would love for you to join us in this month’s challenge! All you have to do to enter is create a summer color palette inspired project that features at least one Penguin Palace product as the focal point. Full challenge rules can be found here.
This month’s challengeruns until August 30th at 11:59 PDT, and you still have one week to enter! We’ll select a winner to receive a $25CAD Gift Certificate to ppstamps.com from Challenge #15 and #16 which will be announced on September 1st at the beginning of challenge #17!
Don’t forget to share your project onto social media use the hashtag #penguinpalaceprojects! We’d also love to see all of your projects in our Penguin Palace Facebook group!
Thank you so much Candice for your amazing inspiration!
In the video, I’ll be showing you a few different ways that you can use this new stencil set.
Here’s a quick look at my finished cards!
For all the details on how I created these, simply click on the video below, or head over to our YouTube Channel to watch!
And don’t forget that our Card Challenge #16 – Summer Moodboard is happening! This month’s challengeruns until August 30th at 11:59 PT. We’ll select a winner to receive a $25 CAD gift certificate to ppstamps.com from challenge #15 and #16 which will be announced on September 1st at the beginning of challenge #17! Head over to ppstampschallenge.blog for details!