October 2017 Release – Day 1

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Hello and welcome to Day 1 of our October 2017 Release! We are so excited to debut 11 new stamps over the next few days. We have the absolute pleasure of releasing some of Eunji’s beautiful floral designs as well as 2 of my own.

For this release, we are doing things a bit differently.  Our team has not made any cards for Release Week as their stamps are on their way to them as we speak.  However, you will see their gorgeous creations at the end of the month where we will have a fun blog hop with prizes! For today, I have made several cards showcasing Day 1 sets – I hope you will not be disappointed!

For our October 2017 Release, preorders will open on Monday, October 2nd at 7am EST and shipping of all new release orders will begin to ship on Tuesday, October 10th.

For Day 1, we have 4 new stamps which includes a free gift with purchase over $100 dollars***(see below for additional GWP details).

Daffodil Greetings 3x4

Daffodil Greetings, 3×4 Photopolymer Clear Set (Designed by Eunji)

This stamp will not be available for purchase until November 2017.

PROMOTION: Our GWP (Gift with Purchase) for this release is our new 3×4 Daffodil Greetings set (die not included in promo). This promotion does not apply to prior purchases. The threshold amount of $100 (one hundred dollars) is calculated before taxes and shipping. This promotion will continue until October 9 at 11:59pm EST or until supplies last. Limit one incentive package per customer. No coupon code needed. All incentive products will automatically be added to qualified orders (they will not show up in your cart but will be added to orders as we pack them). **There must be a new October release stamp in your order to qualify for our GWP.**

daffodil greetings

For my first card showcasing our new GWP stamp, I created a field of sunny daffodils. I started off by rose gold heat embossing each daffodil cluster across my watercolor panel. Then I painted each cluster using a combination of Lemon Yellow and Orange Color Bursts. The greenery was painted using a mixture of Sap Green, Terre Vert and Prussian Blue bursts. I added stitching to the edges of my panel using the largest die from our Double Stitched Rectangles (large) set. Lastly, I stamped the sentiment from our new Country Rose Cluster onto the panel with our crisp black Noir Dye Ink Pad.

Now onto the rest of the release!

 

Tulip Bouquet 4x6

Tulip Bouquet, 4×6 Photopolymer Clear Set

Tulip Bouquet, 4×6 Photopolymer Clear Set

 

Our Tulip Bouquet is the newest addition to our Bouquet Line!  This set was designed by yours truly.

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Tulip Bouquet Coordinating Dies

Country Rose Cluster 4x6

Country Rose Cluster, 4×6 Photopolymer Clear Set

Our new Country Rose Cluster set is the newest addition to our cluster stamp collection.  This set features large scripty sentiments that pair marvelously well with the rose cluster.  The main rose florals in this set were designed by Eunji Jung. The foliage and layout/concept were designed by yours truly.

 

Loose Roses 4x6

Loose Roses, 4×6 Photopolymer Clear Set

Our newest loose florals set is this beautiful compilation of rose images designed by Eunji Jung.

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Loose Rose Coordinating Dies

Please enjoy the gallery of cards that I created to showcase our new designs!

tulip bouquet 1

Photo taken against our Smooth White Wood Backdrop Board, 12×12 inch

For my first card, I started off by gold heat embossing the floral section of our Tulip Bouquet onto an A2 sized card panel. I partially heat embossed the bouquet to obtain a mirror image effect. Then I watercolored the florals using Color Bursts (Alizarin Crimson, Cadmium Red and Sap Green). Next I heat embossed the sentiment panel strip and popped it up onto my card in the center of my bouquets. I adhered my watercolored panel onto a side folding A2 black card base and lastly embellished my card with some clear rhinestones.

tulip bouquet 12

tulip bouquet 2

Photo taken against our White Marble Backdrop Board, 12×12 inch

For my next project, I rose gold heat embossed the tulip bouquet and then watercolored the image with color bursts (peony and sap green). Then I embossed the vase onto kraft cardstock and trimmed it near the base so that it would taper off to look like my bouquet was newly wrapped/packaged. I added some character to my “vase” by adding shading with zig markers. Next I added the bow and clear rhinestones to complete my card.

tulip bouquet 3

Photo taken against our Peach Marble Backdrop Board, 12×12 inch

 

For my last bouquet card, I stamped  my tulips onto cardstock with our Copic friendly Caviar Hybrid Ink. Then I colored in the image using a combination of Copics, a red Copic Spica glitter pen and a micron black pigment ink pen.

rose cluster copic red

Photo taken against our Champagne Backdrop Board, 16×16 inch

For my next card, I continued my copic coloring to bring our new Country Rose Cluster to life. Other supplies used: Copic Friendly Hybrid Ink

country rose two tone

Photo taken against our Midnight Blues Backdrop Board, 16×16  inch

For my next card, I chose a two toned palette for my Country Roses. Then I blended some Bright Emerald Dye Ink onto white cardstock and added blue watercolor splatters for texture.  Next, I stamped the sentiment from our Daffodil Greetings in our crisp black Noir Dye Ink onto the blended panel and, finally, I popped up the cluster onto the blended panel. country rose two tone2

pink rose cluster

Photo taken against our White Brick Backdrop Board, 16×16  inch

For my next card, I rose gold heat embossed the corners of m panel with our Country Rose Custer and then watercolored the images using Peony and Sap Green Color Bursts. Then I stamped the sentiment in our Noir Dye Ink. Next I added stitching to the edges of my panel using the largest dies form our Double Stitched Rectangles (large) die set.

gray rose cluster

Photo taken against our Smooth White Wood Backdrop Board, 12×12 inch

For my next card, I channelled my inner Amy Tsuruta! I stamped our Country Rose Cluster onto an A2 card panel in our light Crystal Pewter Dye ink. Then I stamped the Hugs sentiment in our Noir Dye Ink right over the cluster. I adhered the stamped panel onto a black card panel and then adhered the entire panel onto a gray top-folding cardbase.

blue rose

Photo taken against our Gray Wood Backdrop Board, 12×12 inch

For my next card, I white heat embossed my Loose Roses onto the corners of my watercolor panel. Next I watercolored the florals and leaves utilizing a blue and gray color palette. For this card, I painted with Color Bursts and embellished with our Clear Dew Drops.

loose rose terrace

Photo taken against our Peach Marble Backdrop Board, 12×12 inch

 

 

 

For my last card, I gold heat embossed our Loose Roses onto vellum and arranged them around my Modern Label sentiment. Next I clear embossed our Rose Terrace stamp onto gray cardstock. I then took the second largest die from our Double Stitched Rectangles (small) set to die cut the Rose Terrace Panel. Then I mounted my Modern Label onto my Terrace panel. Once that was complete, I accented my roses with gold embossed foliage.

That’s all from me today! I hope you liked my projects!

GIVEAWAY

To celebrate our October 2017 release, we’re giving away one October Release set. Just leave a comment during Release Days 1-3 and let us know which stamp was your favorite. This giveaway will close on Tuesday, October 3rd at 7pm EST. The winner will be announced on our blog after.

So that’s it for Day 1 of our October 2017 Release! Join us tomorrow for Day 2 where we will be debuting 4 new stamps. Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you tomorrow!

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Our October Challenge is live! For this month, we have a fun coffee themed 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.

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84 thoughts on “October 2017 Release – Day 1

  1. Susan Nichols says:

    These are so beautiful! I am torn between the 2, as I love roses, but I think the tulip bouquet is gorgeous! I am so glad I purchased 2 pots of rose gold embossing powder “cause I think I will be doing a lot of coloring!

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  2. Sandra Gregg says:

    Wow, it is so hard to choose one, I love all of them, they are beautiful. I guess I would pick the tulip bouquet stamp set after seeing so many lovely card designed with it.

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  3. Liz O. says:

    Tulip bouquet is my favorite from today’s showcase, they are my favorite flowers !!! All the florals are gorgeous though!! Looking forward to the entire Product release! Thanks for the inspirarion and the chance to win!!!

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  4. renee milner says:

    Wow, you were busy making so many gorgeous cards! I think they are all lovely cards and stamp sets, but I’m especially drawn to the tulips 🙂

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