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Welcome Winter with Sweet Sentiments

October 24, 2018

Whether you are working on your Christmas cards, holiday tags and décor, everyday winter greetings, or masculine designs… our newest release, Welcome Winter, has something for everyone! Join us over the next few weeks as we take a closer look at the new stamps and dies included in this collection. All new products are now available in our online store!

A beautiful sentiment with “just right” fonts and style can complement and even elevate the look of your card designs. Here is a closer look at three new sentiment sets perfect for the holidays and beyond.

Introducing Transparent Stamp Set 30-501 Joy & Merriment

SHOP for the products featured on the card above: 30-501 Joy & Merriment, 40-633 Nativity, 51-412 Starry, 51-422 Stitched Square and Circles

Design details: Using a stamp positioning tool (MISTI), stamp focal point image onto white cardstock, selectively inking stamp with a mix of Tombow Dual Brush Pens and Mini Ranger Archival Inks (Orange Blossom, Potting Soil, Fern Green). Color base of scene (hill) with a dark brown Tombow Dual Brush Pen and apply Memento Inks (Pistachio, Bamboo Leaves) and Distress Inks (Gathered Twigs) to the sky using an ink blending tool and foam pads. Sentiment stamped with Ranger Archival Ink (Potting Soil). Embellish with die cut stars.

SHOP for the products featured on the card above: 30-501 Joy & Merriment, 30-499 Hometown Christmas, 40-629 Winter Tree, 51-095 Hearts In Circle

Design details: Stamp houses onto white cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and color with Copic markers. Fussy cut images and layer onto background inked with Memento Inks (Bahama Blue, Summer Sky, Danube Blue, Nautical Blue) using an ink blending tool and foam pads. Using a stamp positioning tool (MISTI) in order to repeatedly stamp and deepen the color, stamp trees using Memento Inks (Danube Blue, Nautical Blue). Stamp sentiment with Ranger Archival Ink (Acorn).

Introducing Transparent Stamp Set 30-513 Winter Sentiments

SHOP for the products featured on the card above: 30-513 Winter Sentiments, 40-657 Holly Jolly Critters, 51-376 Stitch a Snowflake, 51-177 Snow Time

Design details: Stamp mouse onto white cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and color with Copic markers. Fussy cut image and layer onto background inked with Memento Inks (Pistachio, Bamboo Leaves) using an ink blending tool and foam pads. Stamp background snowflakes with same inks. Lightly ink die cut snowflakes with Pistachio ink and adhere to background. Sentiment stamped with Ranger Archival Ink (Potting Soil).

SHOP for the products featured on the card above: 51-455 3 Snowflakes, 30-513 Winter Sentiments, 40-632 Christmas Foliage, 30-446 North Pole, 51-007 Tagged, 51-463 Winter Trees

Design details: Onto white cardstock, stamp tree using Ranger Mini Archival Inks (Leaf Green, Fern Green) and a dark brown Tombow Dual Brush Pen for the trunk. Stamp using a stamp positioning tool (MISTI) so multiple layers of color can be added. Ink background with Memento Inks (Summer Sky, Danube Blue) and Distress Ink (Gathered Twigs) using an ink blending tool and foam pads. Stamp snowflakes with Memento Ink (Summer Sky). Add hand trimmed snowbanks with the edges inked with Summer Sky ink. Ink tag and die cut snowflake with Summer Sky ink and stamp sentiment with Ranger Archival Ink (Gathered Twigs). Die cut birds colored with Copic markers.

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  1. October 24, 2018 11:53 am

    Very cute, walking thru the snow and logging the Christmas tree is my favorite. I am making on similar to that.

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