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Welcome Winter with a Terrific Tree

November 1, 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!

What better way to welcome winter than with a fabulously flourished tree.

Our new cling stamp, 40-639 Flourishing Tree, has a definite “wow factor” when embossed in white! This new stamp can be used for post-holiday winter scenes or try giving it a more Christmassy look by embellishing with red and green pearls, gems, or sequins.

SHOP for the products featured on the card above: 51-455 3 Snowflakes, 40-639 Flourishing Tree, 30-238 Footnotes, 51-418 Wavy Stitch Edges, 51-452 Joyful Winter

Design details: Onto Canson 140 Lb. Cold-Press Watercolor Paper, stamp tree with Versamark ink and heat emboss with white powder. Paint tree and background using Distress Reinkers used as watercolors. Once dry, add additional inking onto background using Memento Ink (Danube Blue, Nautical Blue) and Distress Ink (Gathered Twigs) using an ink blending tool and foam pads. Stamp text onto background with Archival Ink (Cobalt) removing some ink from stamp with a baby wipe before stamping each time. Add die cut snowflakes, die cut snow bank, and die cut sentiment. Layer die cut sentiment three times for extra dimension.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 1, 2018 9:30 am

    One of my favorite cards–gorgeous!

  2. barbara lassiter permalink
    November 1, 2018 1:39 pm

    Just gorgeous!

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