Fall 2019 Release Day 1

Hello and welcome back, everyone! I’m so excited to begin our stamp debuts for our Fall 2019 Release! For this release, we have 14 new clear stamps. Fourteen! We have some fashion themed sets, florals, seasonal and seasonal florals. We’ll debut nine sets today and the rest tomorrow. Everything will be available for purchase tomorrow at 9am EST on our shop’s website. Shipping for new release orders will begin on August 28th.


Then be sure to join us on Instagram from the 22nd to the 24th for three Instagram hops with our team and special guests! The hops will begin on our Instagram account.

Free Gift with Purchase Promotion

We have one free gift with purchase promotion for this release. Receive our Mini Pine (3×4 stamp set) with it’s coordinating die with a $60* new release order.

  • Order must include a Fall 2019 Release physical stamp.
  • Please type GWP in notes to redeem this promo.
  • *THRESHOLD AMOUNT: This threshold amount is calculated BEFORE shipping and taxes but AFTER any promotions or gift cards or giveaway codes are applied.
  • This promotion does not apply to prior orders. No raincheck.
  • The GWP stamp will not show up in your cart. They will be added to qualified orders.
  • Promo ends on August 26, 2019.

We also have some giveaways so be sure to scroll all the way down for the details!

Let’s begin our stamp debuts for today!

Dahlia Close Up 2, 5.75 x 5.75 Photopolymer Stamp Set

First up is our Dahlia Close Up 2 clear stamp! This is the latest addition to our close up stamps and we’re so excited about this one because it’s a dream to color! Use all the different coloring mediums in your stash to get different results!

Colored by Effie using Tombow Markers (left dahlia) and Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pens (right dahlia).

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Project by Anna using our Dahlia Close Up 2.

Project by Vera using our Dahlia Close Up 2.

Transformation, 5.75 x 5.75 Photopolymer Stamp Set

Our Transformation set features a beautiful butterfly and floral hybrid image that you can color in for your next project! This set also features individual floral elements so you can customize your own arrangements making this an extremely versatile stamp set. The coordinating SVG digital cut file will be available here.

Project by Tae Eun using our Transformation stamp, Haute Stripes stamp, Lemon Drop Dye Ink, Yellow Chiffon sequins and Glass Slippers sequins.

Projects by Effie. For the top right card, I heat embossed the Transformation image onto Bristol paper. Then I watercolored the image using Tombow Dual Tip markers. Then I blended our Miami Cool and Iris Blooms Dye Inks around the edges of my panel. Lastly, I stamped the sentiment with our Noir Dye Ink.

For the bottom left card, I selectively heat embossed the floral wing portion of the Transformation stamp and then watercolored the images with Tombow dual tip markers. Lastly, I embellished my card using our Gold Medallion sequins.

Project by Vera using our Transformation stamp set.

Projects by Effie. For this card, I stamped the floral images using our Noir Dye Ink. Then I cut and colored out the images using Tombow markers. Next I created my blended panel by blending our Soft Garnet ink using makeup brushes. For the grid background, I used our Small Grid Stencil (created from our SVG cut file) and Thermoweb’s White Pearl Metallix Gel.

Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel for more inspiration! I update our channel on a weekly basis!
Sweet Bouquet, 4×6 Set

Our newest floral cluster stamp is our Sweet Bouquet! This set features a large stamp that is great to color with several sentiments to create all occasion cards. The coordinating SVG digital cut file will be available here.

Created by Brenda using our Sweet Bouquet.

Created by Effie using our Sweet Bouquet.

Swatch It, 4×6 Set

Our new Swatch It set features several different kinds of bold brushstrokes. Pair this set with our new Better in Red or Flawless stamp sets! Or use it alone for a more graphic result! Keep scrolling to check out how the team used this set with our new makeup themed stamps!

Better in Red, 6×6 Set

Our new Better in Red set features layering lipstick stamps with chic and fun sentiments! The coordinating SVG digital cut file will be available here.

With our new Better in Red set, I created some fun scrapbooking embellishments and ephemera. This set also coordinates well with our Smooched stamp set!

For the layered lipsticks, I used the following inks: Noir Dye Ink for the base, Vanilla Frosted Cupcake and Beach Blondie for the gold hardware and Plum Wine for the lipstick color.

Project by Anna created with our Better in Red and Swatch it stamps.

Project by Brenda created with our Better in Red and Swatch it Stamps.

Inks: Red Sangria, Lipstick Red, Amber Citrine, Found Topaz, Noir, Crystal Pewter
Sequins: Deck the Halls, Medallion Gold Sequins

Project by Tae Eun created with our Better in Red and Smooched stamp sets.

Inks: Noir, Smoky Quartz, Beach Blondie, Amber Citrine, Grand Fuchsia, Pink Derby
Couture Mix: Royal Garden Party, Winter Thaw, Glass Slippers sequins

Flawless, 6×8 Set

Next up is our Flawless stamp set! This set features chic makeup images so that you can create fashionable stylized projects! The coordinating SVG digital cut file will be available here.

I created more scrapbooking embellishments and ephemera using our Flawless and Smooched stamp sets.

Project by Anna created with our Flawless stamp.

Project by Tae Eun created with our Flawless and Swatch It stamps.

Project by Effie using our Flawless, Sunnies and Marvelous Perfumes stamps. All stamps were ink using our Noir Dye Ink.

Autumn Sweater, 5.75 x 5.75 Photopolymer Stamp

Next up is our Autumn Sweater Stamp! This is such a fun background stamp. I designed our Christmas Sweater stamp in the past and thought I’d create a fall version. This one has squirrels in it! How fun whimsical is this?

White heat embossed on colored cardstock.

Project by Effie. For this card, I white heat embossed the Autumn Sweater Background onto light coral cardstock and trimmed it about an eighth of an inch on each side. I set that aside and stamped the squirrel and leaf stamps (from our Oak Leaf Print set – below). For these smaller stamps, I used our Spiced Chai, Lipstick red and Found Topaz inks. Next I cut these images out and arranged them onto a circle die cut. I popped it up along with the sentiment onto my white embossed background and finalized my card with Gold Medallion Sequins.

Oak Leaf Print, 4×6 Photopolymer Set

Next up in our seasonal lineup is our Oak Leaf Print! This is the fall version of our Folk Art Christmas Tree stamp. I wanted to create a whimsical fall themed stamp based on this folk art theme. Use the large oak leaf as a focal point or use the smaller stamps to create your own fall scene! The coordinating SVG digital cut file will be available here.

Stamped using a combination of our inks: Amber Citrine, Peach Blossom, Coral Cavern, Spiced Chai

Project by Effie created using our Oak Leaf Print stamp, Geometric Circles Cover Plate Die, Ribbed Soft Gold Adhesive Paper and Gold Medallion Sequins.

Thanksgiving Block, 4×6 Photopolymer Set

This is the Thanksgiving version of our Vintage Christmas Block! It will be easy to mass produce your Thanksgiving card this year with our new block print design stamp.

I stamped this new fall themed block design using our Cocoa Collection inks and Peach Blossom, Coralline Hybrid and Coral Cavern inks. I also used the butterflies from our Sunny Folk Garden to embellish the cards.

I created an ombre effect using our Peach Blossom, Coralline and Coral Cavern inks. I used my Misti to stamp each color layer and obtain this perfect ombre result.


We have two stamp giveaways to be won for our debut days! We’ll choose one winner from today’s mini hop and one winner from tomorrow’s mini hop. Leave a comment on each blog on each mini blog hop day as we debut our new release! Winners will be announced on August 27 here on our blog.

Now that you’ve checked out Day 1 of our release, head on over to each design team member’s blogs for more details on their new release projects! Be sure to leave them some love to be entered in our giveaway.

I hope you enjoyed today’s gallery of new designs and inspiration projects by our talented team! Join us back here tomorrow at 9am EST for the rest of our release!

Thank you all so much for stopping by and making The Ton a part of your day. Your next stop is Tae Eun!

Holding Onto Summer

Hello, crafty friends!! I refuse to believe that summer is coming to an end!! As long as the temperatures are warm, it is still summer to me…ha!

I have three cards to share with you today!! Two are definitely summer-themed!!

Let’s get started!!


I began by stamping the palm tree and clouds from Ocean Free stamp set onto a white cardstock panel with Caviar and Arctic Sky inks. I also stamped the girl on the beach towel and the umbrella from City Girls: Summer Sunshine onto another piece of white cardstock with Caviar ink. I colored all of the images with Copics and die-cut the panel with the largest of the Double Stitched Rectangle Die (Lg), then fussy cut the girl and umbrella. The sentiment, from City Girls: Sunkissed Mermaids, was white heat embossed onto a black cardstock strip. The sentiment strip, girl and umbrella were all popped up with foam adhesive.



My second card was created pretty much to same way…


This time, I stamped the background with the Ocean Free stamp set again and the mermaid using City Girls: Sunkissed Mermaids. The sentiment is also from the Sunkissed Mermaids set. I added some white Amplify to the waves, which “puffs up” when you add heat to it.



On to my third card…


For this one, I stamped the Palm Close Up onto white cardstock with Vanilla Frosted Cupcake, then colored it with Copics. The second largest of the Double Stitched Rectangle Dies (Lg) was used to die-cut the image and it was matted with black cardstock. The sentiment, from Coming Up Daisies, was white heat embossed onto a black cardstock strip. A few Glass Slippers Sequins add a bit of sparkle.



Thanks so much for stopping by today!! Have a wonderful weekend!!


Summery Cards

Hello crafty friends! Hope you’re having a great week so far! It’s TaeEun here today with three summery cards I made using new items from Summer 2019 Release.  Effie released five new stamp sets recently. I used four of them for today’s cards.

First two cards are featuring three ocean themed stamp sets: Ocean Free, City Girls: Sunkissed Mermaids and City Girls: Summer Sunshine. I love the refreshing and authentic designs!

Let’s take a look at the first card which is showcasing Ocean Free set and the mermaid tail from City Girls: Sunkissed Mermaids.

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I started off by white heat embossing the scene on a watercolor paper panel and colored the image using Color Burst. The mermaid tail was heat embossed in Rose Gold  on a separate piece of white cardstock and colored in rainbow colors of Zig brush markers.

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I cut the panel using a Double Stitched Rectangle die and stamped the sentiment from City Girls: Sunkissed Mermaids set on the beach in Noir.  I cut a slit along a wave in the ocean to put the fussy cut mermaid tail into it. The mermaid tail was then adhered on the back of the panel and the fin was foam mounted on the card front.

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I mounted the panel flat on a light blue cardbase and added some Glass Slippers Round Confetti as finishing touch.

The next ocean card is featuring the relaxing girl on the beach from City Girls: Summer Sunshine set.

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I started off by stamping the girl and the parasol in black on a watercolor paper panel. I then stamped the scene from Ocean Free set in an embossing ink and white heat embossed it. I didn’t mask the first stamped images. Instead, I brushed off the embossing powder from the image before heat setting it.

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I watercolored the scene using Color Burst and Zig brush markers, cut the panel using a Double Stitched Rectangle die and mounted it on a light blue cardbase. I stamped the sentiment from City Girls: Summer Sunshine set on some white cardstock in Noir. I cut it into a speech bubble and foam mounted it onto the card.

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The last card made using Palm Close Up and Darling Flamingos could be a wedding card or an Anniversary card.

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To start off I stamped the Palm Close Up  in Bright Emerald and Hot Tourmaline and clear heat embossed it. I colored the panel with Color Burst and added some golden accents and splatters using gold watercolor. After the panel was dry, I cut it using Double Stitched Rectangle dies to a tall rectangle and set it aside.

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The flamingos from Darling Flamingos set were stamped in Ballet Slippers, Hollywood Star, Cosmopolitan Pink, Crystal Pewter and Smoky Quartz and fussy cut.

I chose a teal cardbase to go with the palm leaf. I adhered a strip of Adhesive Gold Glitter paper on the right side of the cardbase and added the palm leaf on it. I foam mounted a white circle cut using a small Double Stitched Circle die and added the flamingos on it. The sentiment from City Girls: Summer Sunshine set was white heat embossed on a thin strip of black cardstock. To finish off the card I scattered some Medallion Gold sequins.

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That’s it from my side! Hope you’re having a wonderful Summer like the girl in my card :)!

Thank you so much for stopping by!



Beautiful Butterfly

Hello everyone! Olga with you today. I created one beautiful card using Butterfly Wings – Morpho


I stamped the wings with Clear Ink and embossed it with Black Powder at the first. Then I blended it with Miami Cool, Lemon Drop, Soft Garden, Pink Derby and Iris Blooms Dyes. I cut the wings.


Next step. I blended the background with Soft Garden Dye and applied Double Stitched Rectangle Dies  to it.


I put all details of my card together and decorated it with Dew Drops and watercolor splash.

Have a nice day!


Flower Cart

Hello, everyone! It’s Anna here with a card I made using Flower Cart stamp set.


At first, I stamped images from Flower Cart onto a piece of watercolor paper, colored them with Holbein watercolors and fussy cut them all.

To create the background, I repeatedly stamped baskets of flowers onto A2 sized card panel in Versamark Ink and heat embossed them in Rose Gold.


Then, I stamped “Have a Fab Day” onto the sandwich board and heat embossed it in white. Lastly, I adhered the flower cart, baskets of flowers and sandwich board on the card panel.

That’s all from me today!

Thank you for stopping by! Have a Fab Friday, friends!)




Hibiscus & Hummingbird

Hello everyone! Hope you’re having a great week so far! It’s TaeEun here today with a card featuring two digital cut files from digital category of The Ton’s online shop. I combined Hibiscus Layered Coverplate Bundle SVG cut file and Hummingbird Layering SVG cut file to make my card.

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First I resized the hibiscus and the hummingbird on Cricut design space as I wanted. Then I cut the layers of the hibiscus and the hummingbird from white cardstock.

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I colored the layers using alcohol markers and assembled them together. I left the outline cuts uncolored, then adhered them on the layered images.  I didn’t color the base layer of the hibiscus completely so that the strokes of the markers can be seen. For the hummingbird I chose purple and gray combination. I went over the hummingbird with a clear glitter pen after coloring was done and added some sparkly Stickles on his wings and the neck. I also added yellow Stickles on the stamen of the hibiscus.

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To create the background I did watercolor wash in red and purple on a watercolor paper panel using Color Burst. I also added white and purple splatters on it. I adhered the background panel flat on a white cardbase, cut a white frame using two Double Stitched Rectangle dies and foam mounted it on the background. I then added the hibiscus and the hummingbird using foam adhesives. The sentiment from Summer Blooms set was white heat embossed on a strip of black cardstock and added onto the card.

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That’s it for today! Don’t forget to check out the digital section of The Ton’s online shop! There are some gorgeous creations by Effie! Hope you dig out your cutting machine and give it some love 🙂 !

Have a crafty day!



Peony Wishes

Hi peeps. Vera here today.  I can’t believe it’s already August. Where did the time go? I hope your year been good so far. Mine been a rocky one, but I have to say that crafting keep me sane. When I am super stress out, crafting help keep my blood pressure down. 🙂

I am thankful that this weekend I get to craft a bit and that makes me happy. I was going to just make 1 card for today, but ended up with two. Let’s get on with it, shall we?

First up is this bold color peony card.

I started by die-cutting the Peony Layering Coverplate SVG file with my Brother Scan-N-Cut. This set comes with 3 layers, but I only used the first one for my card. I cut once using black cardstock and once in white.

Adhere the black outline to the card base. Then, before taking off the white one from the mat, I went ahead and color he flower and the leaves part. Once I am done with the coloring, I simply pick up all the inside piece one by one and adhere it to the black outline. Finished by stamping the sentiment from Toned Squares set with Caviar ink pad and adhere a couple dew drops.


Now, like I mentioned earlier I was only going to do 1 card. But, after cutting the peony with  the white cardstock and coloring it, I ended up with a colored outline peony. I just can’t let it go to waste, so I decided to use it up and make a second card.

I have to admit, this is the rare time I did more than two layering on a card. And, no it wasn’t on purpose. When I was adhering the panel  to the card base, I adhere it upside down. I was like, darn it. I can’t undo it since the foam adhesive tape I used is super sticky. So, I had to cut it and instead of having persimmon color card base, I ended up using a white card base to frame the persimmon panel.

Same steps as the first card, except I only use the outline part an for the sentiment I used sentiment from Dearest Peony set. Two cards with quite different style using same image. I love the way both cards end up and I hope you like them, too.

Well peep, that’s all from me today. May your week starts off wonderfully. Cheers….


Two Peony Cards in the same Layout

Hello everyone! It’s already the last day of July! Hope you’re having a cool Summer/cozy Winter 🙂 ! It’s TaeEun here today with a couple of cards featuring our gorgeous Large Peony stamps. I made two cards in the same layout.

For the first card I wanted to use one of my favorite color combination- coral and gray. But I failed to create coral watercolor while I was coloring the peonies. So it turned to yellow, orange, coral and gray combination :)!

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I started off by heat embossing the Large Peony 1, 4 and 5 on Canson Mixed Media paper in Rose Gold embossing powder. I colored the flowers using Mijello Mission gold watercolor and die cut them using coordinating dies.

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The solid leaf images from Large Peony 4 and 5 were heat embossed in Rose Gold and silver, also cut with the coordinating dies and set aside.

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I ink blended Peach Blossom and Crystal Pewter on a white cardbase to make a background in coral and gray. I splattered white opaque ink on it and let it dry. The sentiment was cut using Love and Hugs word plate die three times from white cardstock. I heat embossed one of them partially in Rose Gold and stacked all three die cut words together.

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I then started assembling the card together. First I adhered the leaves on the cardbase and arranged three peonies on it using some foam adhesives. The butterflies were cut using Butterfly Swirl die from some watercolor paper and colored in yellow. I sponged the edge of the butterflies in Peach Blossom and added them to the card.  To finish off I adhered three Glass Slippers Round Confetti sequins and added glitter on the butterflies and the word.

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The second card has the same layout like the first one. But I stamped and colored the peonies on a watercolor paper panel in the one layer style using masking technique.

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I stamped the images in light ink to do no-line coloring. I used mainly Ultramarine Deep and Prussian Blue of my watercolor with a hint of light blue Zig brush marker to color the flowers. After coloring was completed, I splattered white opaque ink on the whole panel.

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For this card I cut the word “hugs” from watercolor paper and colored it in the same colors I used for the flowers. The butterflies were also watercolored in light blue.

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I narrowed down the colored panel a little bit and foam mounted it on a white cardbase. The sentiment and butterflies were added and the card was finished.

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Thank you so much for visiting today! Hope you enjoyed looking my cards!

Have a happy and crafty day!





Video: Ocean Free Summer Card

Hello and welcome back, everyone! Today, I have a summer themed card using our Ocean Free Stamp Set.

I created another panel using this set last week but I kept that card simple by only using the oceanscape and cloud stamps. You can watch that video here.

For today’s card, I added the palm tree and did some additional masking to create a livelier scene.

For my project today, I white heat embossed the entire scene starting with the palm tree. Once the palm tree was embossed, I masked it and embossed the ocean scene and clouds. Then I proceeded to watercolor the panel.

  • For the tree, I used the following color burst powders: Sap Green Color Burst, Burnt Umber Color Burst and Terre Vert Color Burst;
  • for the sky, I used Cerulean Blue Color Burst and Indigo Color Burst;
  • for the ocean, I used Turquoise Color Burst;
  • For the sand, I used Yellow Ochre Color Burst, Sepia Color Burst and Fine Tec Gold Watercolors.

Once everything was painted, I stamped the sentiment (from our City Girls: Summer Sunshine set) in our Dark Roast Dye Ink.

That’s all from me today. Thanks for stopping by!