Fairest Peonies Cluster Stencils

Hi everyone! Hope your week is off to a great start! It’s TaeEun here today sharing a peony card. I made a nearly one layer card using the Fairest Peonies Cluster stencils

To start I stenciled the peony flowers from the Fairest Peonies Cluster set in Whisper Pink, Bubblegum, Dolled Up and Deep Peony. I added a bit of orange to the pink flowers using Peach Blossom and Coraline Hybrid ink. The stamen were stenciled in Amber Citrine and the leaves in Meadow and Spring Salad

After the stenciling was done I colored the background around the image using C0, C1, C3 and C5 Copic markers and cut the panel using the Double Pierced Rectangle A2 Nested Die. To add some interest to the background I masked the top and right side of the panel and ink blended Cali Blue very lightly on the corner. I then adhered the finished panel on a white cardbase.

The sentiment was cut using the Script Word die. I cut three “hugs” from some white cardstock, ink blended a piece of white cardstock in pink and cut one more “hugs” from it to use it as the top layer of the sentiment. The shadow layer was cut from some vellum. 

To finish off I scattered a few Soft Pink Gems on the card. 

That’s it from me for today!

Thank you so much for stopping by! Hope you enjoyed looking my card!

Wishing you all a great week!

TaeEun

Merry Christmas – Stenciled Poinsettia Wreath

Happy Friday, crafty friends!! I hope you have some fun, crafty plans for the weekend!! If you are still making your Christmas cards like I am, I have a card that I hope will inspire you!!

I began by stenciling the Poinsettia Wreath Layering Stencils onto white cardstock with Blue Diamond, Cobalt Breeze, Parisian Blue, Soft Garden and Evergreen inks. I die-cut the panel with the second largest die in the Rectangle A2 Nested Die Set. It was adhered to a dark pink panel of cardstock, which was die-cut with the largest of the Double Stitched Rectangle A2 Nested Dies.

For the sentiment, I stamped the Ribbons Holiday Stamp Set onto white cardstock with Red Sangria and Lipstick Red inks, then cut it out with the Coordinating Die. “Christmas” was stamped onto white cardstock with Red Sangria ink using the same stamp set, then trimmed into a narrow strip. The sentiment die-cut and strip were both popped up with foam tape.

For the finishing touch, Deep Pink Rhinestone Gems were added to the centers of the poinsettias for a little sparkle and shine.

Thank you so much for dropping by today!! Have a wonderful weekend!!

Brenda

Jumbo Poinsettia

Hi all. Vera here as we end the month of November. Time flies and we are now in full swing of the holiday season. I had to finish several Christmas cards for a friend who ordered a bunch of Christmas cards from me, so when in need of speedy card, I reach to stencil. One of my favorite for quick card is the Jumbo Poinsettia Layering Stencil.

For this card I layered Cali Blue & Cobalt Breeze. I just varied the pressure when I did the blending to get more variety of hues just by using these 2 colors. Trim the panel and adhere to card base. For sentiment, I used Bold Fill In Holiday set and stamped it using Cobalt Breeze and Parisian Blue. Finish by adding some Seafoam Opaque rhinestones.

I made another variation of this card using same steps and this time it’s in purple tone and made it vertical.

On tis one I used Soft Amethyst & Iris Bloom ink for the flower and Violet Fringe & Deep Peony for the sentiment. Finish with Light Opaque Purple rhinestones.

There you go, a couple quick and easy Christmas cards. I can only do the same designs for a few before I get bored. Hah. So, mass production definitely not my favorite to do, but sometimes when you need a bunch of card in short time, that is the way to go. Hope you enjoy today’s cards and I wish you all a wonderful day wherever you are.

Christmas Candles card

Hello, everyone! Hope you have a great start of this week! Today Anna here and I’m sharing a Christmas card with candles image I made using Holiday Bells Large Stencils.

I started by stenciling the candles in Soft Orchid, Dolled Up and Grand Fuchsia. The poinsettia was stenciled in Peach Blossom, Cherry and Lipstick Red. For foliage, I used Vineyard, Basil Mojito and Dark Roast inks. Coordinating dies available here. To make the background, I ink blended Stormy Sea on a piece of white cardstock and cut it with Diamond Plaid Layering Coverplate Dies. Next, I adhered it on A2 sized white cardstock that was colored with Stormy Sea on the edges as well.

The sentiment from Easy Expressions Holiday stamp set was stamped in Noir and Cali Blue and cut out with Easy Expressions Holiday Coordinating Die. I added some Seafoam Opaque gems to finish it up.

So here are four cards I made using the Holiday Bells Large Stencils.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Anna

BLACK FRIDAY/CYBER MONDAY PROMO + DISCOUNT CODES

Hello and welcome back! We’re a little late in introducing our Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals this year because I am a little under the weather at the moment. I will be extending our Black Friday/Cyber Monday promo until November 30, 2022.

This year, we have our “pick your own” free stencil with your purchase promo (with exceptions) and some future discount codes. Please read the details below!

ALL THE THRESHOLD AMOUNTS ARE CALCULATED BEFORE SHIPPING AND TAXES.

RESTRICTIONS FOR THIS PROMO:

  • Does not apply to prior purchases
  • Only applies to online orders
  • Cannot combine with other discounts or promos
  • Threshold amount is calculated before shipping and taxes
  • Only applies to in stock items
  • Promo item will not show up in cart. Customer must include promo item in notes for the $150 threshold

Please make sure to include a list of at least two 6×6 inch stencil sets in your ORDER NOTES for the $150 threshold tier. The first choice will most likely be sent, however, in the event that your first choice is out of stock, we will send your second choice. If you do not leave a list of two, we will ship your order without any promo items. You must include your choices in your order notes to receive your free gift.

OUR BLACK FRIDAY CYBER MONDAY 2022 PROMOS EXPIRE ON Wednesday, NOVEMBER 30, 2022 AT 11:59PM EST.

SHIPPING BLACKOUT: SHIPPING WILL RESUME ON NOVEMBER 30.

DISCOUNT CODES

  • 20% of $250 order (BEFORE shipping/tax amount): Use code “TURKEY20” at checkout. Please make sure to leave your choice of one 6x6in stencil set in your order notes.
    • Future use code will be emailed within 8 business days
  • 30% off $500 order (BEFORE shipping/tax amount): Use code “STUFFING30” at checkout. Please make sure to leave your choice of one 6×6 stencil set in order notes.
    • Future use code will be emailed within 8 business days

BOTH CODES, “TURKEY2220” AND “STUFFING2230”, AND STENCIL GIFT PROMO WILL EXPIRE ON Wednesday, 11/30/2022 AT 11:59PM EST.

The future discount codes that will be emailed for the top tier promos will not have an expiration date.

Thank you all so much for your continued support this year. I hope everyone has a happy and safe holiday!

Hugs,

Four Cards with Jolly Season Large Stencil Set

Hello, friends!! I hope those of you who celebrated Thanksgiving had a day filled with family and good food!!

I have four cards to share with you today that were created with the Jolly Season Large Stencil Set!!

I began by ink blending Soft Orchid, Dolled Up, Grand Fuchsia, Caribbean Turquoise and Hot Tourmaline onto white cardstock using the Jolly Season Large Stencil Set. Then I used the Coordinating Dies to cut them out. The panels were layered over light aqua cardstock, then adhered to an A2 card base.

For this first card, I stamped the sentiment onto white cardstock with Grand Fuchsia and Hot Tourmaline ink using the Bold Fill In Holiday Stamp Set, then used the Coordinating Die to cut it out. The sentiment was popped up with foam adhesive and some Pink Opaque Gems finish it off.

My second card was created with the same sets as the first one.

Aqua Gems were added to the ornaments and this one was finished.

The Ribbons Happy Layering Stencil Set was used with Dolled Up and Grand Fuchsia ink for the sentiment on this one. I used the Coordinating Die to cut it out. “Holidays” is from the Bold Fill In Holiday Stamp Set. It was stamped with Grand Fuchsia ink and trimmed into a narrow strip. The die-cut and strip were both popped up with foam tape.

Lots of Aqua Gems add some sparkle and shine to this one.

My last card uses the Ribbon Thanks Layering Stencil Set. I inked it with the same inks as the previous card, then cut it out with the Coordinating Die.

“For the gift” is also from the Bold Fill In Holiday Stamp Set. It was stamped with Grand Fuchsia, trimmed into a narrow banner and popped up, along with the die-cut, with foam adhesive. Pink Opaque Gems finish this one off.

Now I have three holiday cards and a thank you card to add to my stash!! I’m really loving these colors for Christmas this year!!

Thanks for stopping by!! Have a wonderful weekend!!

Brenda

Jingle Bells

Hi all. Vera here as we get ready for Thanksgiving day. Today, I am showcasing Bells & Bows set. I love the classy design of this set.

To start I stamped the bells in Vanilla Frosted, Beach Blondie and Lemon Drop. Then for the bows I used Bright Emerald & Carribean Turquoise. Die cut the bells and bows using Coordinating Bells & Bows die set. I decided to pair them with an oldie but goodie set, the Boundless Poinsettias set that I stamped with Hollywood Star, Soft Garnet, Red Sangria, Soft Garden & Bright Fern. Die cut the Poinsettia & adhere to the top part of the card. Trim any extra part.

Then I simply arrange and adhere the bells and the bows to the card. For the ornament string I cut strips of gold cardstock. Finish with sentiment from Wonderland Print set, another older set that deserves some love. I love the end result. Pretty & classy, don’t you think?

I hope this card gets you inspire to get going with your Christmas card stash. I am scrambling at the moment to get more done. I always seems behind when I thought I am ahead. Hah!! Well peeps, that’s all from me today. I wish you all a very happy and blessed Thanksgiving. Cheers….

Daisy Duet

Hello! Hope your week is off to a great start! It’s TaeEun here sharing a daisy congratulations card.

For my card I used the new Daisy Duet stencils from the Fall / Holiday 2022 Release combining it with the coordinating die of the Daisy Duet stamp set.

To start I stenciled the Daisy Duet directly on a white cardbase in pink and gray. For the daisies I used the Whisper Pink, Bubblegum, Dolled Up and Deep Peony. The center of the flowers were stenciled in Amber Citrine, Warm Hazelnut and Found Topaz and for the leaves I used Stormy Sea and added a bit of Periwinkle on the base of the leaves.

After I was done with stenciling I placed the coordinating die on the stenciled image, held an A2 sized beige cardsock panel underneath the cardbase, taped the die and the beige panel together and pulled out the cardbase with the stenciled image. So I could align the die on the beige panel with the stenciled image of the cardbase.

After die cutting I dry embossed the negative die cut pieces using the Convention coverplate die for some dimension and foam mounted them on the card.

I white heat embossed the sentiment from the Daisy Duet stamp set on some black cardstock, cut it into a banner and added it to the card. I finished off the card with a few Glass Slippers sequins.

That’s it from me! Hope you like how I made my card. I think it is a fun way to add colors and texture to the background!

Thank you so much for stopping by!

TaeEun

Two Cards with the Holiday Bells Large Stencil Set

Hello, fellow crafters and happy Friday!! I hope you’ve had a great week and have some fun plans for the weekend!! I have two cards to share with you today featuring the Holiday Bells Large Layering Stencil Set!! I love getting four images from one layering stencil set!!

I began by stenciling the Holiday Bells Large Stencil Set onto white cardstock. I used Beach Blondie, Amber Citrine and Found Topaz for the bells; Honeydew and Spring Salad for the pine sprigs; Dark Roast for the branch; Soft Garnet and Red Sangria for the bows and berries.

Once all of the stenciling was done, I trimmed the images into individual panels and cut them out with the Coordinating Dies.

For my first card, I stamped the Speckled Background Stamp onto dark pink cardstock and blended Lipstick Red ink onto the upper, right corner, fading it across the panel. I cut it out with the second largest die in the Nested A2 Rectangle Die Set and adhered it to a white card base. The branch with the bells was adhered with liquid glue.

For the sentiment, I used the Ribbons Holiday Stamp Set. It was stamped with Soft Garnet and Lipstick Red inks, then cut out with the Coordinating Die. “Peace and Love” was stamped onto white cardstock with Lipstick Red ink and trimmed into a narrow strip. The sentiment die-cut and strip were both popped up with foam tape.

For my second card, I adhered the frame to a dark pink panel that I blended some Lipstick Red ink around the outside.

For the sentiment on this one, I used the Ho Ho Ho Stencil. It was blended onto white cardstock using Soft Garnet, Red Sangria and Lipstick Red inks, creating an ombre from darker on the bottom to lighter at the top. It was cut out with the Coordinating Die, then popped up in the center of the frame with foam adhesive.

I sprinkled on some Bright Green Opaque and Emerald Green Opaque rhinestone gems to finish this one off.

I still have two more images left from the large stencil, ready to be added to a card!! Gotta love that!!

Thank you for dropping by today!! Have a wonderful weekend!!

Brenda

Holiday Bells Large Stencils 2

Hi everyone! Hope you’re having a great week so far! It’s TaeEun here today with a holiday shaker card. 

Last week I shared a couple of holiday cards featuring the stenciled images from the Holiday Bells Large Stencils. For today’s card I used one of the four stenciled images from the set and made a shaker card. I thought the image with the rectangle window is perfect for a shaker card. 

I stenciled the pine needles and holy leaves in Meadow and Spring Salad and the stem in Found Topaz. The berries were stenciled in Lipstick Red and Pink Derby

There are two coordinating dies for this image, one is for the rectangle window and the other one is a detailed die which cuts the stenciled image. I used only the die for the window and adhered a clear acetate sheet on the back of the window. 

To create a wintery scene for the shaker part I chose a dark green cardbase. 

I cut the pine trees using the Pine Tree Cover Die, ink blended the edge of the die cut trees in green and adhered five of them on the cardbase, some flat and the rest using foam tape. I then splattered white opaque ink on the background and let it dry. 

I adhered some Fern Green Rhinestones on the background for some bling and added clear glitter and Deck the Halls Couture Mix as shaker elements. The front panel was added to the card with two layers of foam tape. 

On the window I added a deer which was cut using the Deer Cover die and ink blended in light brown. The sentiment from the Bold Fill In Holiday was white heat embossed on a strip of dark green cardstock. 

I already shared a card made using the fourth stenciled image from the Holiday Bells Large Stencils on my personal blog. So here are the quartet I made using the Holiday Bells Large Stencils together. 

Thank you so much for stopping by today! Hope I was able to inspire you to make some stenciled holiday cards 🙂 !

TaeEun