Hello and welcome back to our October 2020 Flash Release. We have 4 new patent pending grouped layering stamps and coordinating dies. All 4 stamp sets are based on prior layering stamps. We just formatted them into easy grouped layering sets so that you can quickly and easily layer stamp and die cut in one pass!
All four stamps and dies are available for purchase now. However, these are all preorders and will ship around October 8.
We also have a bundle available so that you can purchase all 4 stamps and dies in one easy click. You also have a $33 savings when you purchase the bundle.
Let’s get started!
Our Grouped Fresh Peonies set is the grouped layering version of our Fresh Cut Peonies set. The only difference besides the grouped formatting is that we added additional sizes of the floral images!
Next up is our Grouped Fresh Sunflowers! For this design, I took our Fresh Cut Sunflowers layering stamp design (which has been discontinued) and formatted it into an easily stamped/die cut grouped layering set.
Stamped using our Citrine and Crystal Garden layering inks.
This new grouped layering set is the newly formatted Fresh Cut Dahlias stamp set.
This set is formatted into a patent pending grouped layering design to help you quickly and easily layer stamp beautiful foliage images. Once the three layers are stamps, you can cut all the 15 leaf images in one shot through your die cutting machine!
Stamping using a combination of our Coral and Citrine collection layering inks.
All new items are available for purchase now and will begin shipping around October 8. You can purchase the bundle with savings here.
Thanks for stopping by, everyone!! I hope you like the new grouped layering format!
Hello, fellow crafters!! Brenda here with you today sharing a rose slimline thank you card!!
I am slowly working my way through all of the newest slimline dies!! Aren’t they amazing? My favorite way to use any background die is tone-on-tone, particularly white. It just adds enough texture, while allowing the other elements to take center stage.
I die-cut the background with the Slimline Grid Coverplate Die from white cardstock and adhered it to a white slimline cardbase. I played around with the arrangement of the florals and adhered them once I had them arranged the way that I wanted them.
For the sentiment, I used the Script Word Dies. I die-cut the top layer from purple glitter paper once and heavyweight white cardstock three times and layered them together. The shadow layer was cut from vellum. A few Dew Drop Clear Enamel Dots were the finishing touch!!
Thanks so much for spending a bit of your day with me!! Enjoy the rest of your week!!
Hi peeps! Vera here today. Let’s start this week with flower inspiration, shall we?
I am super happy with my card today. When I saw the slimline dies sneak peek, the dainty Scalloped Nested Dies definitely caught my attention right away. Dainty scallop is one of my favorite, whether it’s a border or frame, in my book it just make any design sweeter.
Next, I stamped (with Caviar ink), colored and diecut the lilies from Coming Up Lilies. Still love this set to this day. I added some metallic watercolor to it and it has really pretty shimmer. Under good lighting you can really see it, but on normal light, it’s very subtle.
So, are you into long cards? I have randomly making them here and there, but seems like right now it’s really the trend. I do enjoy the break of creating with longer space as I always believe in creativity changes or trying something different is a good way to expand our creativity.
Well peeps, that’s all from me today. May your week starts off wonderfully. Cheers…
Hello everyone! Hope you’re having a great week so far! It’s TaeEun here today sharing a couple of slimline Thanks cards featuring some of our new goodies 🙂 ! Have you enjoyed our Slimline Die Release last week? 14 diverse Slimline die designs were introduced. From basic shapes to unique Coverplate there are a variety of die sets from which you can choose!
Without further ado, let’s take a look at my cards!
I also arranged the leaves and tendrils from Thankful Gourds set. I secured the leafy arrangement and the stack of pumpkins using a piece of Press’n Seal wrap and set it aside.
To create the woven background I watercolored two Canson Mixed Media paper panel in brown and gold in an ombre fashion. I then cut one of them using the Long Stripes slimline die and the other one using the Short Stripes Slimline die. I cut the bottom end of the long striped panel and started to weave the long stripes through the short striped panel. After that I mounted the woven panel flat on a white cardbase.
The stack of the pumpkins were added to the card using some foam tape and the leafy arrangement using liquid glue to the upper left corner of the card. The sentiment is from Easy Expressions: Thanks set which was heat embossed in Liquid Platinum and white on some black cardstock. I finished off the card with some sequins from Hot Cocoa Couture Mix.
The second card is featuring Slimline Scalloped Nested dies. I was inspired by this video which Effie once has shared on our YouTube Channel. She used scraps to stamp small floral elements and made a pretty floral card using them.
To create the pretty pink background I loosely watercolored a watercolor paper panel in Peony, Orchid and Cerulean blue Color Burst. After the panel was dry I cut it using the second largest Slimline Scalloped die. I also cut a white scalloped panel using the smallest die for my sentiment. As it was too long, I die cut one end again with the same die and heat embossed the sentiment from Poppy Wishes stamp set on it in Liquid Platinum embossing powder.
Now I started assembling the card. The scalloped background panel was foam mounted on a baby pink cardbase and the small scalloped panel with the sentiment on it. I then arranged the floral elements as shown in the picture, some of them were added using foam tape. To finish off I scattered Glass Slippers sequins.
That’s it from me for today! Hope you enjoyed looking my cards!
Hello and welcome back, everyone! We’re celebrating our new Slimline Die release today! We also have one new stamp and coordinating die also (the stamp/coordinating die will have delayed shipping but the slimline dies are available for immediate shipping.
We also have resealable pouches (storage solutions) for our new slimline dies available to ship now. The inside of these new pouches measures approximately 4×9 inches. These pouches fit our slimline dies.I’m not sure how they coordinate with other company’s dies so please double check the measurements of your stash prior to purchasing our pouches.
So let’s get started! We have 14 slimline dies and one stamp and coordinating die for today. The slimline dies are available in one bundle with over $60 in savings. Scroll all the way down for details on the bundle.
Our slimline coverplate dies measure 3 5/8 inches x 8 5/8 inches. The largest dies in our nesting dies have the same measurements (except the scalloped dies).
This set will be available to ship on 9/14. All items in the same order will ship together.
Our new Kaleidoscope Butterflies is our newest patent pending Grouped Layering set. I’ve been meaning to design a set where you can easily stamp and die cut a page of butterflies because they always add a nice finishing touch to floral cards.
A group of butterflies is called a kaleidoscope so I thought this was perfect for this set. The main layer will stamp the body of butterflies. The second stamp will stamp the inner portions of wings.
Here are the next four patterned coverplate dies (from left to right): Short Stripes Slimline Coverplate Die, Long Stripes Slimline Coverplate Die, Diagonal Stripes Slimline Coverplate Die and Grid Slimline Coverplate Die.
Here’s a close up look at what our coverplate dies look like backed on a panel.
I also grouped the last five slimline dies together because these are more basic dies and can be used in coordination with each other.
That is all! We have all the slimline dies in one easy bundle with a $65 savings.
I hope you guys enjoyed today’s Slimline Die Release. Do you have a favorite from today’s new selection? Are you a fan of slimline cards? I found it a nice refreshing change from the usual A2 size that I usually make.