Sympathy & Thinking of You Cards

Hello, fellow crafters!! I hope your week is going well!!

I have a sympathy and a thinking of you card to share with you today.

For this one, I started by stamping the layers of the Happy Palm Stamp Set onto white cardstock with Matcha, Meadow, Deep Emerald and Everglade Moss inks, then cut it out with the Coordinating Die. For the background, I die-cut the Grid A2 Coverplate Die from white cardstock and layered it over a white cardbase.

I added a green frame that was cut from green cardstock using the Rectangle A2 Frames Slim Borders Coverplate Die. The sentiment, from the Easy Expressions Sympathy Stamp Set, was stamped with Matcha and Noir inks, then cut out with the Coordinating Die. It was popped up with foam adhesive. I tried to keep this card on the masculine side, as most of the sympathy cards in my stash are more floral and feminine.

For my second card, I began with the pop-up feature on the inside…

I die-cut all of the elements for the pop-up poppy from pink, yellow and white cardstock using the Poppy Pop-Up Die Set. I blended on Whisper Pink, Bubblegum, Cherry, Matcha, Meadow and Noir inks with blending brushes and added in details with the Poppy Pop-up Die Coordinating Stencil. I followed Effie’s instructional video and adhered the poppy to the center of the card.

For the front, I inked up the new Grouped Fresh Poppies Stamp Set with Whisper Pink, Bubblegum, Cherry, Matcha, Meadow, Spring Salad, Amber Citrine and Noir inks, then cut them out with the Coordinating Die.

The top layer of the Diamond Plaid Layering Coverplate Dies was cut from white cardstock and adhered over a white cardbase, for a tone-on-tone look. The poppy bouquet was arranged and adhered toward the left side.

The greeting is from the Easy Expressions Sympathy Stamp Set. It was stamped with Cherry and Noir inks, then cut out with the Coordinating Die and adhered with foam tape.

There you go!! A more masculine sympathy card and a floral card that can be sent at any time just to brighten someone’s day!!

Thanks for stopping by today!! Enjoy the rest of your week and I’ll see you soon!!

Brenda

Happy Palms

Hello, everyone! Today Anna here with a couple of cards with palm images. To create the first card, I used Palm Layering Stencils.

I started by ink blending some blue, green and yellow colors. It’s layering stencils, that is why, I used Soft Cream, Vanilla Frosted, Beach Blondie and Amber Citrine for the yellow part, Honeydew, Spring Salad, Deep Emerald and Everglade Moss for the green part and Raw Sea Glass, Stormy Sea, Cobalt Breeze and Hot Tourmaline for the blue part. Then I cut the image with matching die.

For the background, I cut out the white cardstock panel using Geo Mountain Coverplate die and adhered it on a white card base.

The sentiment is from Ribbons General. “Thanks” was heat embossed in Glitter Gold and the second layer was stamped in Found Topaz. “For everything” was stamped in Noir on a stripe of white cardstock. Next, I added a few Dew Drops for embellish the card.

My second card is showcasing Happy Palm stamp set.

I stamped the palm tree in Raw Sea Glass, Caribbean Turquoise, Hot Tourmaline and Ocean Teal. I then cut it with coordinating die. For the background, I made the black and white panel. I stamped Basic Stripes Cling Background with Noir on a piece of white cardstock and cut it using die from Gingham Plaid Layering Coverplate Dies.

The sentiment from Easy Expressions Birthday stamp set was stamped with Noir and Coralline and cut out with Easy Expressions Birthday Coordinating Die.

That’s all from me today. Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great start to the week!

Anna

Heartfelt Blossoms Card

Hello! Olga with you today. I created card with Heartfelt Blossoms.

At first, I stamped this with Moonlight Dye and colored using markers. I applied Coordinating Die.

Next step was cut background using Double Pierced Rectangle A2 Coverplate Die

Then I toned the background with Raw Sea Glass.

I stamped the title using Noir Dye.

Then I put together all details of my card and decorated this with sequins.

Thank you for your attention and have a nice day!

May 2021 Release

Hello and welcome back, everyone! We’re debuting 10 new designs, 2 stencils and 1 new pop up die collection for our May Release. Everything is available for purchase now BUT WILL BEGIN SHIPPING ON MAY 11.

Let’s get started with our new product debuts!

The first two stamps debuting today are the newest additions to our Easy Expressions collection!

Easy Expressions Cheers (Graduation + Retirement) , 6×8 in Photopolymer (coordinating die available separately)

We created an Easy Expressions set filled with sentiments for your graduation and retirement cards!

Easy Expressions Sympathy , 4x6in Photopolymer (coordinating die available separately)

We also created a sympathy Easy Expressions set. This is a smaller 4×6 inch set that will create 5 die cuts using the coordinating die (available separately). It’s never a happy time when sending these types of cards out but it’s better to have these readily available in your stash when you do.

Perfect Offspring, 4×6 Photopolymer Set

Next up is our Perfect Offspring set. This was pre-released last week due since Mother’s Day is this weekend (but don’t worry, you can use this for Father’s Day as well!).

Jumbo Sentiments, 6×8 inch Photopolymer Set (coordinating dies available separately)

Next up is our Jumbo sentiments set! This set features four large sentiments in a multi-tiered large serif font. There are additional sentiments within the set that you can stamp over the larger sentiments for a more contemporary result.

Next up is our new layering stencil set: Peony Print! This is a 7 pc layering set. You can use 6 layers to create the complete print. The 7th stencil is an optional layer to add color to your background. You can also use the coordinating die (available separately)to die the ink blended design.

Blossom Branches, 6×8 Photopolymer Set (coordinating die available separately)

Next up is our Blossom Branches patent pending grouped layering set! There are two layers for the petals and a layer for the stamp (plus an optional leaf layer). The last layer will add details to the centers of your blossoms. This set will ultimately stamp three clusters (one large cluster and two smaller ones). The coordinating die will die cut all three clusters.

Grouped Fresh Garden Roses, 6×8 Photopolymer Set (coordinating die available separately)

Next up is our Grouped Fresh Garden Roses! This is the same design as our Fresh Cut Garden Roses but in a patent pending grouped layering format. Now you can easily layer and mass produce these beautiful layered roses.

Vivid Peonies, 6×6 Photopolymer Set (coordinating die available separately)

Next up is our Vivid Peonies! This is also a grouped layering set so you can easily stamp and die cut these layered peonies.

Grouped Fresh Poppies, 9×12 inch Photopolymer Set (coordinating die available separately)

Next is our Grouped Fresh Poppies. This design is slightly larger than our Fresh Cut Poppies. These layer beautifully and easily since it’s formatted in our patent pending grouped layering system.

Next up is our Rose Pretty Mail stamp set. Decorate your A2 envelopes with this new set. Never mail a bare envelope again!

Many Banners, 6×6 Photopolymer Set (coordinating die available separately)

Our Many Banners set is an awesome one because the four banners are on ONE stamp. Ink up or emboss this single stamp. Then stamp a sentiment inside. Then die cut the four images in one single pass with the coordinating die available separately.

Next up is our Foliage Stencil. Ink up some lush greenery onto your projects with our new stencil!

Last but not least is our Hibiscus Pop Up Dies. Add a nice dimensional surprise inside your cards with our new pop up dies! What’s different about this die collection is that you also get a nice mini butterfly pop up to add to your hibiscus. You can also add color and detail to your die cuts using the coordinating stencil available separately.

Now that you’ve seen our complete lineup, checkout the gallery of beautiful projects by our team! Head over to their blogs for more details on each project!

Created by Brenda using our Peony Print Stencils, coordinating die, Ribbon General (& Dies), Double Stitched Square Nested Dies. Inks: Bubblegum, Cherry, Beach Blondie, Amber Citrine, Matcha, Spring Salad, Miami Cool, Deep Sapphire. Dew Drop Clear Enamel Dots

Created by Tae Eun using our Peony Print Stencils and Die
Easy Expressions Cheers. Ink: Whisper Pink, Bubblegum, Dolled Up, Soft Orchid, Orchid Crush, Meadow, Spring Salad, Arctic Sky, Periwinkle, Deep Peony, Noir. Gilding> Glass Slippers sequins

Created by Effie using our Peony Print stencils and die and Many Banners.

Created by Vera using our Peony Print Stencils, Rose Pretty Mail and Jumbo Sentiments.

Created by Effie using our Peony Print Stencils, Blossom Branches and Jumbo Sentiments.

Created by Vera using our Grouped Fresh Garden Roses and Many Banners.

Created by Tae Eun using our Grouped Fresh Garden Roses, Foliage Stencil, Many Banners
Inks: Whisper Pink, Bubblegum, Dolled Up, Soft Ash, Stormy Sea, Deep Peony, Cherry, Wine
Glass Slippers sequins, Pink Bokeh Couture Mix

Created by Effie using our Grouped Fresh Garden Roses, Many Banners, Jumbo Sentiments and Quilted A2 Coverplate Die.

Created by Olga using our Grouped Fresh Poppies

Created by Brenda using our Hibiscus Pop-up Die & Stencil, Easy Expressions Cheers, Foliage Stencil, Lovely Hibiscus Layering Dies. Inks: Lemon Drop, Coralline, Cosmopolitan Pink, Iris Blooms, Noir, Match, Meadow

Created by Tae Eun using our Hibiscus Pop Up dies. Inks: Deep Peony, Cherry, Wine, Lemon Drop, Coraline hybrid, Meadow, Spring Salad

Created by Anna using our Hibiscus Pop Up dies and stencil.

Created by Vera using our Hibiscus Pop Up Dies.

Created by Tae Eun using our Jumbo Sentiments, Blossom Branches
Ink: Whisper Pink, Bubblegum, Dolled Up, Peach Blossom, Cherry, Meadow, Spring Salad, Lemon Drop
Dew Drop Clear Enamel Dots

Created by Vera using our Blossom Branches and Easy Expressions Sympathy.

Created by Effie using our Blossom Branches, Jumbo Sentiments and Many Banners.

That is all for our May Release! I hope you enjoyed browsing our new products and the gallery by our talented team. Head over to their blogs for details and to leave them some love!

Thank you for stopping by and making The Ton a part of your day today! Everything is available for purchase now but will begin shipping around May 11.

Mother’s Day Card

Hi there! Hope your week is off to a great start! It’s TaeEun here with a Mother’s Day card in a bold color combo, navy and pink! 

I used Gingham Plaid Layering Coverplate Dies for the background and placed a little bouquet of carnations on it. For the bouquet I used the outline stamp of the Grouped Fresh Carnations set. The carnations represent the purity of a mother’s love, perfect for a Mother’s Day card!

I started off by gold heat embossing the Carnations from Grouped Fresh Carnations set on a watercolor paper and watercolored them. As the image was heat embossed the watercoloring was so easy and quick. After the flowers were dry I cut them using the Coordinating die and set them aside. The bow was from Christmas Bows grouped layering stamp set. It was stamped in Hollywood Star, Cosmopolitan Pink and Pink Derby and cut with the coordinating die.

Before I cut the Gingham Plaid Layering panels I made an ombre blue (dark blue to white) watercolored panel and let it dry. I cut the first layer of the Gingham Plaid Layering Coverplate Dies from the watercolored panel and the second and third layer from some heavyweight white cardstock. I ink blended the two white die cut layers in Italian Denim, Miami Cool and Cobalt Breeze to match with the first layer. 

I then chose a navy cardbase, layered the three layers of the Gingham Plaid on it and splattered white opaque ink.

The Sentiment is from Gladiola Cheer stamp set. I heat embossed it in gold on some vellum, cut one end of it in a fishtail and adhered it on the card. I then added the carnations and the bow on the card using foam tape. To finish off I used some sequins from Midnight Frost Couture Mix and Glass Slippers.

I love the freshness which the contrast of the bright colors gives the card. Hope you like it too!

Thank you so much for stopping by!
Wishing you all a wonderful week!

TaeEun

Happy Palm cards

Hello everyone! Olga with you today. I want to share a couple of cards with Happy Palm.

I stamped the palm using Lofty Mint, Caribbean Turquoise, Ocean Teal and Hot Tourmaline for the first card. I used got embossing with gold powder for the edges of palm. I cut it with Happy Palm Die.

I made the background using Lofty Mint, Caribbean Turquoise and Hot Tourmaline. I added watercolor splashes. Then I placed the palm and added the title.

I stamped the palm with watermark ink and embossed it using white powder for next card. I colored it using watercolor and markers. Then I cut the palm.

I made the background using Gingham Plaid Layering Coverplate Dies. I toned one layer using Soft Garden Dye.

I put together all details of my card and added the title. I decorated it with sequins.

Have a nice weekend!

Birthday Florals

Hello, crafty friends!! Happy Wednesday!! I am in the process of trying to stock up my birthday card stash, so I have three birthday cards to share with you today. All of them use outline stamps from the newest release!!

For my first card, I stamped the Noteworthy Blooms Stamp Set onto white cardstock with Caviar Ink. After coloring the blooms with Copic markers, I cut it out with the Coordinating Die.

For the background I die-cut the top plate in the Diamond Plaid Layering Coverplate Die Set from white cardstock and layered it over a white cardbase. I popped the floral die-cut up with foam adhesive.

For the sentiment, I stamped the Easy Expressions Birthday Stamp Set onto white cardstock with Noir and Iris Blooms Inks and used the Coordinating Die to cut them out. I also popped the sentiment up with foam tape for extra dimension.

For my second card, I stamped the Bonny Blooms Stamp Set onto white cardstock with Vanilla Frosted Cupcake Ink for some no-line coloring. I used the Coordinating Die to cut it out after coloring it with Copics. I added some dots for stamen to the top flower with a yellow gel pen.

For the background on this one, I die-cut the top two dies in the Gingham Plaid Layering Coverplate Die Set from white cardstock and layered them over a white cardbase. (I can’t help it…I love a tone-on-tone white background!!) I popped the bouquet up with foam adhesive.

I used one of the sentiments that I stamped earlier using the Easy Expressions Birthday Set and adhered it with a combination of foam tape and liquid glue. I added a few Dew Drop Clear Enamel Dots to finish this one off.

OK, here’s the last one! I stamped the florals and berries from Delightful Wildflowers onto white cardstock with Ballet Slippers Ink and the leaves with Lofty Mint. These colors are light enough to be used for no-line coloring when using a similar ink to color them with. I used the Coordinating Dies to cut these out after they were colored. The Baroque Frame Oval was stamped onto white cardstock with Soft Orchid Ink and cut out with its Coordinating Dies.

The Quilted A2 Coverplate Die was cut from white cardstock and layered over a pinkish-purple cardstock. The frame was adhered with foam tape, then the flowers were arranged on top of the frame and adhered with a combination of liquid glue and foam adhesive.

Using the Easy Expressions Birthday Stamp Set again, this time I stamped it with Noir and Orchid Crush Inks and cut them out with the Coordinating Die. (I store the extra die-cuts in the back of the stamp pocket for future use.) The sentiment was popped up with foam tape. I added a few dots to the centers of the flowers with a yellow gel pen and my third card was finished!!

Now I have three more cards to add to my birthday stash!!

Thanks so much for stopping by today!! I hope you have a wonderful week and I’ll see you soon!!

Brenda

Gladiola Cheers & Palm Layering

Hi all and welcome to the last week of April. Can you believe it? Time flies, isn’t it and I sure am enjoying the beautiful spring weather as this wouldn’t last long on my neck of the wood. And, of course, I love all the spring flowers. With this in mind, for today’s project I am showcasing the pretty Gladiola Cheer set.


To start with, I stamped, colored and die cut the flower image. Adhere the flower to the card base and add a strip of patterned paper. Next, stamp and heat emboss the sentiment from Grouped Fresh Carnations. As usual, I love adding mixed size dew drops to my embellish my card.

I actually ended up with two cards today as a while back I finished a card that I never got to share, yet. For my second card, I am showcasing Palm Layering Stencil.

This palm stencil set is what I considered as one of those surprise set. I didn’t expect to love this set as much as I end up to be. I used the new green ink pads to do all the layering. Honeydew, Matcha, Meadow and Evergreen. Love, love, love the new green ink pads. I guess this set just reminds me so much of my hometown. Where I grew up, I could see palm trees on our front yard and this sure brings back memories.

Finish with layering all the colors, I die cut the plan using the coordinating dies. For the sentiment, I die cut the word hello from Script Word Dies Bundle. I also added some sequins to finish the card.

There you go. One bold color card and one soft color. Do you have preference? Well, I hope you enjoy today’s cards. That’s all from me today and may your week starts off wonderfully peeps. Cheers…

Grouped Layering Daisies and Carnations

Hello, everyone! Anna here with a couple of floral cards I made using Grouped Layering stamp sets. It’s really fun and easy to use Grouped Layering stamps.

My first card is showcasing the Grouped Fresh Carnations.

I started by stamping flowers in various shades of pink and orange. So pink images were stamped with Whisper Pink, Bubblegum and Cherry and orange flowers were stamped with Soft Cream, Peach Blossom and Coralline. The stems of the flowers were stamped with Lofty Mint, Raw Sea Glass and with Matcha, Vineyard respectively. Then I made the die-cuts with Grouped Fresh Carnations Coordinating Die.

To create the background, I used Gingham Plaid Layering Coverplate Dies, white and light blue cardstock.

Next, I adhered the bouquet of carnations on the card. I stamped the “Congrats” in Noir and fussy cut it. I added a few Dew Drops to embellish my card.

The second card uses Grouped Fresh Daisies stamps.

I stamped the flowers with Whisper Pink, Roze Quartz, Bubblegum, Wine and Noir. The leaves were stamped in Vineyard and Everglade Moss. All images were cut out using Grouped Fresh Daisies Coordinating Dies.

For the background, first, I die cut the white plaid pattern panel with Gingham Plaid Layering Coverplate Dies and adhered it on a kraft card base. I then made a white A2 cardstock panel with Double Pierced Rectangle A2 Nested Dies, cut it in 2 parts using SLIMLINE – Border Dies and foam mounted it on the card.

I added the flowers and leaves to the card using foam tape. The sentiment was white heat embossed on a stripe of kraft cardstock. I added a few sequins from Summer Soiree Couture Mix on my card to finish it up.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a great Friday!

Anna

Delightful Wildflowers Card

Hello everyone! Olga with you today. I made card with Baroque Frame Oval and Delightful Wildflowers.

I stamped wildflowers and colored it with markers. Then I applied Coordination Dies to it.

I stamped the frame using Noir and cut it with Baroque Frame Oval Coordinating Dies.

I made the background using Coralline and Rectangle A2 Nested Dies.

I placed all elements of my card on the base and added the title from Ribbons Affirmations and Coordinating Die.

I decorated card using sequins to finished.

Have a nice day!