April 2020 Release

Hello and welcome back, everyone! Today, we’re releasing 13 new stamps with some coordinating dies. To celebrate our new release, earn triple points on all of your purchases from today, noon EDT until April 14, noon EDT.

SHIPPING: New release orders will begin shipping around April 16. Please note this is an approximate ship date. I will try to ship sooner if possible but there is possibility that this date may get pushed back a few days. Thank you for your patience and understanding!

Everything is available for purchase now.

We have a giveaway for this release so be sure to scroll all the way down for more details.

Let’s introduce our April release! First up is the newest addition to our grouped layering stamp collection:

Morning Glory Cheer, 9x12in Photopolymer Stamp and Coordinating Die (available separately)

Use the bars and squares in each cluster to align each layer perfectly and easily. Then use the coordinating single die to die cut all of the images out in one shot!

Our new PATENT PENDING Strategic Alignment Marker Grouped Layering Stamp concept allows you to quickly and easily stamp and cut several floral and foliage layers in no time.

For a limited time only, we’re selling a bundle of our new grouped layering stamps. In this bundle, you’ll receive our Morning Glory Cheer set (plus coordinating die) and two future release grouped layering stamps – Rose Patch and Poppy Wishes. Both sets are also 9x12in grouped layering stamps. This limited bundle will also include the coordinating dies for both sets. Our Rose Patch will be released in May. Our Poppy Wishes will be released in June. This bundle will only be available for purchase until April 14.


  • When you purchase this bundle, you’re purchasing all three new grouped layering stamps and their dies. We will ship the Morning Glory Cheer + Coordinating Die around April 22 (plus any other items in your order that you have purchased). 
  • The Rose Patch and Poppy Wishes (and their coordinating dies) stamps will ship together (but separate from Morning Glory Cheer) around April 28th.
Floral Bits 2, 4×6 Photopolymer Set + Coordinating Die (available separately)

Next up is another PATENT PENDING grouped layering set: Floral Bits 2! This is the second edition of our floral bits collection (you can check out the first edition here).

You can stamp and die cut these beautiful images to use them as standalone floral bits or add them to other clusters!

Created by Anna using our Floral Bits 2 stamp and 2 Piece Foliage Coverplate die.

Easy Expressions, 6×8 Photopolymer Set + Coordinating Die (available separately)

Next up is our Easy Expressions grouped layered stamp and die. This design uses a similar layering concept but applies to the concept to a sentiment design. There are 12 layering sentiments and an additional 6 standalone sentiments.

Easy Expressions Coordinating Die – How cool is this die?!

The coordinating die will cut out the 12 sentiments out in one pass through your die cutting machine.

Confetti Alphas, 6×8 Photopolymer Set

Our Confetti Alphas are perfect for creating custom cards or layouts for celebratory occasions! This set also features delicate confetti corner stamps to embellish your project.

Created by Tae Eun using our Confetti Alphas and Floral Bits 2.  Inks: Ballet Slippers and Hollywood Star.

Mega Confetti Numbers, 6×8 Photopolymer set

Our Mega Confetti Numbers feature similar confetti dusted numerals as our Confetti Alphas. However, these numbers are large!! This stamp set also features sentiment stamps to coordinate with the number stamps for all of those special occasions!

Confetti Balloons, 4×6 Photopolymer Stamp

Our Confetti Balloons set features a fun and whimsical balloon design with additional confetti elements that you can stamp and/or emboss inside the outline image. Coordinating SVG cut file available here.

Created by Anna using our Confetti Balloons, Confetti Alphas and Quick Labels stamps.

Created by Vera using our Confetti Balloons and Mega Confetti Numbers.

Lily Fields, 6×6 Photopolymer Set

Our Lily Fields is the newest background stamp in our collection. This stamp features a beautiful and busy background of lovely lilies that are so fun to color.

Created by Brenda using our Lily Fields and Modern Alphas Die.

Created by Tae Eun using our Lily Fields and Willow Alphas (see below).

Created by Brenda using our Lily Fields and Modern Alphas Die.

Coming Up Lilies, 4×6 Photopolymer Set

Our Coming Up Lilies is the newest in our Coming Up Series. Stamp it or emboss it and color the beautiful images to create a floral card! Coordinating SVG cut file is available separately.

Created by Tae Eun using our Coming Up Lilies stamp, Diagonal Stripes cling background stamp and Glass Slippers Round Confetti gilding.

Created by Olga using our Coming Up Lilies and Mega Confetti Numbers.

Bright Peony, 6×6 Photopolymer Set

One of our new 6×6 stamps in our April Release is our Bright Peony stamp! This beautiful stamp was used in our March 2020 Retreat and our attendees loved it! The large bloom is great for practicing coloring techniques!

Here’s a sample that I created to teach a watercolor technique using our Bright Peony!

Created by Brenda using our Bright Peony stamp, Love and Hugs word plate dies and Glass Slippers Sequins.

Created by Anna using our Bright Peony stamp and Thank You word die (you sentiment).

Bountiful Magnolias, 6×6 Photopolymer Set

Our Bountiful Magnolias was also one of the stamps given to our retreat attendees for one of the watercoloring classes taught at our March 2020 retreat! This beautiful floral features a large floral bloom and smaller foliage elements.

Colored by Effie.

Cancelled, 2×3 Mini Photopolymer stamp

Our new mini Cancelled stamp is the newest addition to our planner stamp collection.

OMG Sentiments, 4×6 Photopolymer Stamp Set

Our new OMG sentiment set features bold OMG and Hello sentiments that you can pair with some of the more sassy add on sentiments included in the set.

Willow Alphas, 4×6 Photopolymer Stamp Set

The newest addition to our alphabet stamp collection is our Willow Alphas! these skinny alphas come in thin and thick alphas so that you can vary the look of your sentiments on your papercrafts.

That is all of our 13 new designs! I hope you enjoyed the gallery of inspiration by our team! Let me know in the comments which stamp is your favorite. Don’t forget to leave a bit of love for our design team on their respective blogs for a chance to win a stamp set of choice from our April 2020 Release (excludes 9x12in stamps).

  1. Olga
  2. Vera
  3. Brenda
  4. Tae Eun
  5. Anna

GIVEAWAY: Comment period ends on April 15th. The winner will be announced on our blog around April 17th.

Thank you all so much for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed seeing the new designs. We’re going to continue to celebrate our April Release with a two day Instagram Hop on the 10th and 11th at 3pm EDT each day. So be sure to join us on IG tomorrow for some more inspiration!


48 thoughts on “April 2020 Release

  1. Sharon Gullikson says:

    I have to say, this is my all time favorite grouping you have ever released. Each one I saw as I scrolled down, I thought, WOW, now that is gorgeous. Oh, I love that……


    • Andrea H says:

      Oh my Goodness Effie, What a release, I do not think there is one thing I do not want lol. Some are Beautiful, some are Gorgeous, some are Practical and some are just blooming wow and I mean WOW. Love all the cards you and the DT have done and I’m off to look around (and get lots of inspiration from no doubt) all the blogs in the hop. Hope you’re taking care keep well. X x


  2. Kristina Rutherford says:

    I want the confetti balloon set like nobody’s business. I saw your Instagram live today, showing the sentiment strips die and stamps and instantly fell in love with the two tone stamping you did , so now my heart desires that too. Beautiful work, as always!


  3. Cyndi Morris says:

    The florals in this release are absolutely gorgeous, and the design for perfect alignment with the die is genius! It’s hard to pick a favorite, but that Rose Patch set is amazing.


  4. Terri Sandoval says:

    My favorite would be Coming Up Lilies (I love lilies), and I’m loving (& buying) all of you group layering sets too.


  5. Jennifer says:

    What an awesome release! My favorite stamp is Easy Expressions. I love that its unique layering process and the coordinating dies. Great work!


  6. Denise Bryant says:

    So may fabulous and innovative ideas! Can’t wait to learn more about the layering stamps! Love the Easy Expressions set and the coordinating dies! Excited about this awesome release!


  7. noraln44 says:

    Oh I LOVE the fun layering set of sentiments. This is SO COOL!!! I also love those alpha stamps with the confetti corners. Such a cool idea.


  8. Teri S. says:

    Effie, this is one massive release that is chock full of things that would be delightful to have in my craft room. Just seeing the examples the DT came up with whets ones appetite for creativity. I think the products that caught my eye the most are the Balloons, the Peonies & the Confetti Alphabet & dies. Oh my! I’m looking forward to the hop to see more beauty. Thanks for the chance for someone to win.


  9. Lagene says:

    I can not figure out how to comment on Olga’s blog. Even though the post is translated to English, The way to comment is not. Anyway, to Olga, I love your watercolored lillies! Gorgeous!


  10. Annette Reed says:

    It’s a toss up for me as to a favorite. I love all the confetti stamps. I just wish they had coordinating dies. I can’t use cut files. I also really like the new sentiment set. Everyone’s projects look great. Your peony is beautifully colored.


  11. Heather Mills says:

    oh, my goodness!! Your products are always so fabulous and this release is no different!! I think the layered sentiments is my favorite; it’s so fun!! But of course, all the flowers are stunning!


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