Fall 2017 Release layering stamps

Hello Everyone! Anna here and today I’d like to share with you two card I made using The Ton’s Fall 2017 Release layering stamps.

I used Waterfall stamp set to create my first card.


For the first one, I stamped waterfall with Blue Diamond and Ocean Teal Dye. The rocks were stamped with Aspen Cocoa Dye and Dark Roast Dye. Then I stamped branches with Dark Roast Dye, leaves with Everglade Moss Dye and blossom with Peach Blossom Dye, Coral Cavern Dye, Lipstick Red Dye. Mini waterfalls were heat embossed in white.


Next I stamped sentiment with Noir and embellished my card using Sugar Cookie Couture Mix ( It’s a free gift with the purchase of $75 or more at The Ton’s shop).

For the second card I created a flower bouquet using Fresh Cut Carnations and Pragmatic Wreaths stamp sets.


First off, I stamped three flowers from Fresh Cut Carnations with Soft Orchid Dye, Orchid Crush Dye, Plum Wine Dye, Bright Fern and Everglade Moss Dye and fussy cut them. Then I stamped images from Pragmatic Wreaths with Everglade Moss Dye, Vanilla Frosted Cupcake, Arctic Sky Dye and cut them out with Coordinating Dies. I adhered my bouquet to a card base.


I stamped a banner image with Banners – Basic and embossed it in Rose Gold. Then I cut the banner using Banners – Basic Coordinating Dies. The sentiment was stamped with Noir. Lastly, I added few Dew Drops to finish off the card.

The Ton’s September Challenge is now live! For this month, we have a fun Mood Board Challenge so head over there now for a chance to win a $50 spree to The Ton’s shop!

*Gift certificates only apply to The Ton stamps, dies, ink, gilding and embossing powder.



Have a wonderful Thursday! Thank you so much for stopping by!


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