Timeless Peonies Print

Hi peeps! How’s thing going? Vera here. Today I want to share a couple cards that I made using Timeless Peonies Print set. I was actually going to share a different card, but I came down with pretty bad migraine that totally incapacitate me and I couldn’t finish the card on time.

So, I am sharing this pretty duo.

I just love the versatility of this set. In my opinion this is such a modern set. I always love the look of solid color background against pretty flowers. I first stamped the solid background part and then do the layered stamping. For the bouquet in the middle, I stamped and die cut it using the matching Timeless Peonies Print dies and adhere with pop dots so it stands out. Then finished by stamping one of my favorite sentiment design from Occasion Confetti.

I couldn’t stop at just one card as I want to try different color combination and this time I turn the design around to make vertical card.

Repeating the same steps but using different color ink. And for the sentiment I used the sentiment from Basic Label set and finished with some sequins from Lilac Blossoms Couture Mix.

Well peeps, that’s all from me today. I hope you enjoy these 2 beauties. I’ll be sharing my finished card using a couple dies from the latest release soon. Thank you for stopping by here and have a beautiful Tuesday. Cheers….

New Coverplate Dies

Hello everyone! Hope your week is off to a great start! It’s TaeEun here today with three cards featuring our new Coverplate dies form February Flash Release.  In the first two cards I used Geometric Circles coverplate die cut as my backdrop for a tulip bouquet arranged using Loose Tulips and a Large Florals Daisy. The last card is showcasing Best Day Ever Floral Coverplate die.

Here is my first card.

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To start off I did some no line watercoloring on the Loose Tulips using Color Burst and cut them all out with Coordinating dies. Set them aside, I started making the background panel.  It was made using a kind of “smooshing” technique. I applied silver and peony pink Nuvo embellishment mousse on a acetate sheet, sprayed water on it and “smooshed”the colors on some mixed media paper. I then covered the paper with a scrunched cling wrap and let it dry. After it was dry I blended some pink inks on the left part of the panel. The Geometric Circles coverplate was cut from a silver glitter cardstock I made using Glossy Fine Silver Adhesive Glitter Paper. I cut the Geometric Circles two more times from some white cardstock and stack them all together. I glued the background panel on a top folding white cardbase, mounted  Geometric Circles on it and arranged the tulips as I wanted, some glued flat, some raised using foam adhesives. I borrowed the sentiment from Coming Up Daisies.  I silver heat embossed it in a curved line on a white banner and added pink ink blending on the edges.

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I used the silver glitter cut out pieces left from the first card for my second card.

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First I cut a Geometric Circles from a white cardstock and inlaid the silver glitter cut out pieces into it. I heat embossed another Geometric Circles in Rose Gold and mounted it slightly off set on the silver panel. The second and the third layer of  Large Florals Daisy were stamped in Peach Blossom and Coralline Hybrid ink respectively and colored with Zig brush markers. The flower center was stamped in Beach blondie, Amber Citrine and Lemon Drop. The leaves were stamped in Crystal Pewter and Smoky Quartz. I then cut the images using coordinating dies and arranged them onto the card as shown in the picture. I heat embossed the sentiment from Large Florals Daisy in Rose Gold on a vellum banner and glued it onto the card. To embellish my card I added a few rose gold  flower sequins from Spring Fawn Couture Mix. I added a layer of clear glitter on the leaves but it’s hard to see here :).

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With Best Day Ever Floral Coverplate die you can create a beautiful card so easily and quick.

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I cut Best Day Ever Floral Coverplate once from some watercolor paper and two more times from white cardstock and stack them together. I watercolored the front die cut panel and covered the sentiment with a layer of clear glitter. The background panel was created in the same way like the first card. I glued it on a top folding cardbase and mounted the colored die cut piece. To finish off I added some pretty sequins from Raspberry Sparkle and Pink Bokeh Couture Mix.

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The Ton’s February Challenge is a cue word challenge! HEART is the theme! Please stop by The Ton Challenge blog to get inspirations and challenge details!!!! Play along and get a chance to win a $50 spree to The Ton’s shop!
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Thank you so much for looking my cards today! I hope I was able to inspire you!

Have a crafty week!



Daisies & Magnolias

Hi there lovely peeps. How’s it going? Vera here today to bring you some fun projects.

I am loving the sets from the recent release that I have made several projects for today. First up is a card using the fun & beautiful Fresh Cut Daisies, Fresh Cut Daisies Outline along with its matching dies.


To make this card, I start by stamping the mason jar and colored it with Copic. Then mask it and using Buildable Woodgrain set, stamp the woodgrain border  to ground the centerpiece. I have to say this is such a neat set & give real looking woodgrain look.

Next, I work on the flowers, the leaves and the burlap cover for the jar. After I stamped and die cut all the elements and before I adhere them to the card, I stamped a couple daisies from Fresh Cut Daisies Outline directly on the card panel in soft ink color as I just want to have a little background without being overwhelming or too busy.

Then I adhere & layer all the other element with pop dots to create depth. Finish by adding some Mint Sugar Couture Mix.

These daisies get me in the mood to play with flowers, so for my next card I combine old & new. For the background of the card, I used the new Polka Dot Cling Background and for the flower I reached for this gorgeous Magnificent Magnolias set from previous release.

I stamp & heat emboss the the polka dot background and then stamp the magnolia on a piece of watercolor cardstock and die cut it using the coordinating Magnificent Magnolias Dies and color them with Zig Kuretake Clean Color (available under The Ton Boutique).

These cards make me think of spring. Sigh… I love spring season and eagerly waiting for it. I hope you enjoy today’s cards. That’s all from me for now. May your Friday be a fun one. Cheers….

Happy Valentine’s Day

Hello Everyone! Mayline here. Can you believe that Valentine’s Day is less than 10 days away? It’s time to start spreading the love. So today I am sharing two valentine’s day cards. These Valentine’s Day cards are so easy to make.

Here is my first card.

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Let’s take a look at how to make my first card! To start off  I created a background using a blending technique with The Ton’s Couture Color Rose Quartz and Soft Garnet Dye inks on 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 A2 sized some white cardstock. Next I stamped a bottle image from Fresh Cut Daisies (Coord. Outlines) stamp set, and flowers from Pretty Plumeria stamp in Noir ink on the blended paper. After that I colored them using Zig brush markers.

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Next I stamped heart images from Hey Foxy stamp set using Rose Quartz and Soft Garnet Dye inks on the paper. Lastly I have stamped a sentiment from smooched stamp set with  Noir ink on the blended paper. That’s it!

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Here is my second card.

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To start off, I repeatedly stamped smooched images from  smooched stamp set using our couture color inks Crystal Pewter Dye ink and Smoky Quartz Dye ink on the A2 sized some white cardstock panel. Next I stamped the biggest smooched image on the center of the panel with Lipstick Red Dye ink. Lastly I stamped ‘love’ word from Bokeh Burst – Heart stamp set and ‘and hugs’ from Brushed Love stamp set with Noir ink on the panel.

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Thank you for stopping by!

Simple cards with fancy background

Hello! Olga is here today with two easy cards.


Both of them was created with using  of alcohol inks and Bolt General Greetings World Plate Dies.


The first one is the shaker card made with using of Valentine Frosting Couture Mix.


The background consists of randomly splashed drops of three colors. I cutted “Happy Birthday” sign with those dies and glued overlay its back side. Then I build shaker construction, filled it with the sequins and put it together.


The second one was made the same way but without the shaker construction and decorated with sequins from Blue Lagoon Couture Mix.

I wish you nice week and  want to remind about February Challendge!!!

Participate and win a $50 gift certificate to The Ton shop!
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So Happy


Hello friends:)Eunji here today I am making a daisies card for you.Using our new Fresh Cut Daisies (Coord. Outlines) sets.Let’s take look at my card.


I started stamping daisies image stamp on watercolor paper with Beach Blondie ink.And colored with watercolor color pencil.I used Caradache color pencil.Then fussy cut leaving thin white border.I made 3 flower and 5 leave image paper piece.Next stamped bottle image stamp on A6 size watercolor card stock with Blue Diamond  ink.And colored with same color pencil.The flower and leave image paper piece adhered to the card panel with foam tape.Colored with beige watercolor paint on 4*6 inch size card stock.Added the card panel on 4*6 inch panel.Adhered a sentiment paper piece from Daisy Duet set with Noir ink and Adhesive Glitter Paper – Silver.Lastly applied a stickles.


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Weekend Coverplate Cards

Hello everyone, it’s Lisa here on this beautiful Monday, and I’m here to get this week started with some crafty ideas for The Ton’s fabulous new Coverplate Dies.  I spent  the weekend playing with these three dies and have to say, I’m absolutely loving them!   I made three cards and they came together so quickly.   When you use a die this large It pretty much does the work for you.   Let’s get started.


For card #1 I used these supplies from The Ton shop:

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The new 2 Piece Foliage Coverplate die provided a great backdrop for some Painted Peonies.  I love the center area that provides great blank space just perfect for a sentiment.  I diecut this image out of white cardstock, then gently sponged it in two different shades of green.

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For card #2 I used these supplies from The Ton shop:

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The Best Day Ever Floral Coverplate die comes with a sentiment cut right in the design.  I made it pop a little by adding some shadowing with a Light Gray Zig watercolor marker.    I added some bright, happy colors by sponging the inside pieces of the flowers and leaves, then inlaying each piece.  They stand out great against the gray background.  While the inlay technique does take some time, it is super easy and so worth it!

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For Card #3 I used these supplies from The Ton shop:

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I added some sparkle to my last card by diecutting the gorgeous Geometric Circles Coverplate die out of a piece of The Ton’s Silver Glitter Adhesive paper.   This made a very elegant backdrop for the Magnificent Magnolias!

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Just a reminder:  the new February challenge is live over at The Ton’s Challenge blog.   Make a card using the cue word “Heart” as your inspiration then enter it to win a $50 shopping spree at The Ton shop!

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Well, that’s all I have for you today my friends.  Thank you so much for stopping by.  Have a wonderful week and a magnificent Monday!


Buildable Woodgrain, Daisy Duet and Bold General Greeting Word die.

Hello Everyone! This is LauraJane:) Stamping a Buildable Woodgrain background is more fun/rleaxing than I thought it would be. Making it my FAVORITE stamp set in the 3rd Anniversary Release!

The Coordinating Daisy Duet Die set provided a quick mask for my A2 sized White card front.TT-DaisyDuet-1-LauraJaneAfter masking off the area that I wanted to place the Daisy Duet stamp, I chose the Ink colors to use for the woodgrain: Ballet Slippers for the main image, Rose Quartz for the splotches images, and Soft Orchid for the broken line images. Once the woodgrain is built on the card front, I like to sponge more color randomly to deepen the hues.

Moving on to coloring the Daisy Duet stamp after inking it up with Crystal Pewter, I got out the Ziggys for some No-Line Coloring. Keeping the stamp in the MISTI so I could re-stamp as needed after coloring and shading. Sometimes the lines of an image disappear when coloring with the zig markers and Re-stamping is a good thing.TT-DaisyDuet-SP-LauraJaneOnce I was happy with the coloring of the card front I wanted to add the DIE CUT sentiment from BOLD GENERAL GREETINGS. I really like the ease of these new die plates!  no need to line up the letters because they are already attached:))

After cutting the birthday from the finished panel, I cut 4 more layers of A2 sized CS in order to POP UP the main panel. Glued them altogether and placed the original cut birthday letters on a card base.

Finished by stamping WISHES in Light Onyx and adding dots in the shadows with an alcohol ink marker.TT-DaisyDuet-2-LauraJaneHope you enjoyed reading how this card came together!


Remember our challenge for the month of February! Cue Word: HEART



February Flash Release

Hello everyone! I know we just had a deluge of new stamps from our Anniversary Release but this brain can’t stop designing (#cantstopwontstop)…. So for today, I have some new standalone dies as well as new glitter adhesive paper packs for our February Flash Release! Everything mentioned in today’s post can be preordered immediately.


We are also taking preorders on our currently sold out new release products: Peony Notes, Daisy Duet and Peony Bouquet sets.  Shipping for all orders containing preorder items will begin to ship on February 12.

For our Peony Notes, Daisy Duet and Peony Bouquet Preorder stamps, we have a limited amount of stock. These stamps are on order right now and will be delivered to us in time for our scheduled February 12 ship date.  Please note that once our Preorder Stock sells out, the next ship date for these stamps will likely be towards the end of February.

Free Gift with Purchase

For every order that exceeds $125 (before shipping and taxes), we will include a 2×3 Kind, Fierce Brave Mini Set to your order.

This promotion does not apply to prior purchases***. The threshold amount is calculated before taxes and shipping. This promotion will continue until February 8, 2018 at 11:59pm EST. Limit one incentive stamp per order. No coupon code needed. All incentive prducts 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 February Flash Release item in your order to qualify for this GWP.**

February Flash Release Items: Ribbed Glitter Paper (Silver/Black), New Coverplate Dies, Layered Wave Standalone Dies

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So let’s move on to our Flash Release debut!

We are now carrying 5 sheet packs of our Ribbed Glitter Adhesive Paper in individual Silver and Black packs!

Layered Wave Standalone Die

Layered Wave Standalone Dies

Our Layered Wave die set features two dies that cut out two pieces that layer seamlessly into a beautiful, dimensional wave.

Geometric Circle Coverplate Die

Geometric Circle Coverplate Die

Our newest Geometric Circle Coverplate die cuts out a gorgeous. delicate and chic pattern that will add subtle dimension to your projects. This coverplate measures approximately 4 in x 5.25 in. *This cover plate die does not have an outer cut line. Therefore, it will cut the geometric pattern into whatever panel you are die cutting.*

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Two Piece Foliage Coverplate Die

Our Foliage Coverplate Die cuts your panel into two separate interchangeable pieces and features gorgeous foliage elements. This coverplate measures approximately 3.75in x 5in. *This cover plate die does not have an outer cut line. Therefore, it will cut the geometric pattern into whatever panel you are die cutting.*

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Best Day Ever Coverplate Die

Our Best Day Ever Floral Coverplate Die is a perfect all in one die that features beautiful floral and foliage silhouettes. This coverplate also features a large versatile sentiment in a chic scripty font. This coverplate measures approximately 4.25 in x 5.5 in.

Now onto the gallery of cards that I made to showcase our flash release. Enjoy!


For my first card, I die cut my wave layers in two different shades of blue cardstock. I made two layered waves for my project so I cut each die twice. I made sure to save one of the negative pieces of my lighter cardstock to add to my project. Once all pieces were cut, I took the second largest die from our Double Stitched Rectangles (Large) set and cut out a black stitched panel. Next I adhered the panel onto a top folding A2 base. Then I adhered my waves and negative piece. Lastly, I adhered my sentiment strip (stamped using our Basic Banners sentiment set).

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For my next project, I used my Geometric Circle coverplate to die cut the delicate pattern onto white cardstock. Then I created my shiny backdrop using our new Silver Ribbed Glitter Adhesive Paper. Next I stamped my Peony Notes cluster (Ruby and Crystal Garden Collection Layering Inks) and die cut the image using the coordinating die. Next I adhered the Geometric Circle die cut onto the silver glitter panel. Then I popped up my Peony Notes cluster onto the panel with foam tape. For my sentiment, I used our XOXO die on bright pink cardstock and then popped up the sentiment onto my finished panel.

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For my next card, I created my own Gold Foil cardstock using our Gold Foil Adhesive Paper. Next I die cut the panel using our Geometric Circle coverplate. Next I stamped and colored our Haute Gala Dress image (I also embossed the dress detail using gold glitter embossing powder). Next I stamped the sentiment from our Basic Banners set. I die cut the dress and banner using their coordinating dies. Next, I adhered the Geometric Circle die cut onto gray cardstock.  Lastly, I mounted my dress and banner onto the finished panel.

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For my next pair of cards, I die cut my Two Piece Foliage Coverplate on mint and white cardstock. Then I interchanged the two inner pieces with the other color cardstock. I added stitching to the edges of the border pieces using the largest die in our Double Stitched Rectangles (large) set (I would recommend doing this before any die cutting for easier handling).

Next, I stamped my Fresh Cut Daisies in our Ruby and Amethyst Collection Layering Inks. The leaves were stamped using our Soft Garden and Bright Fern Dye Inks. Once stamped, I die cut my florals and leaves with their coordinating dies. Next I adhered my interchanged coverplate die cuts onto side folding bases. Then I popped up my daisies in the corners of the built in frame of the coverplate die cut. Lastly, I stamped the sentiment (Coming Up Daisies) in our Noir Dye Ink and embellished the cad using our Clear Rhinestones.

For my next card, I kept this one fairly simple.  I die cut our Best Day Ever coverplate die onto green cardstock.  Then I colored in the sentiment using a black zig marker. Finally, I adhered the die cut onto a side folding gray cardbase. Done!

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For my last card, I die cut our Best Day Ever coverplate die onto white cardstock. Then I colored in the magnolia florals and foliage using zig markers. I created a thin pink border using the largest die from our Double Stitched Rectangles (Small) Die Set. I adhered the border onto my coverplate die cut. Then I adhered the finished die cut panel onto a side folding A2 cardbase.

That’s all for our February Flash Release! Everything including our sold out Peony Notes, Daisy Duet and Peony Bouquet sets are available for preorder now. All orders containing preorder items will begin to ship on February 12.


Giveaway Winners

Hello, everyone! I’m just popping in to announce the winners of our epic Anniversary Release Giveaways!

  • Day 1 – Jo Veinverg
  • Day 2 – Lee Owens
  • Day 3 – Ruok72
  • Hop 1/19  – Betty Keefe
  • Hop 1/20 – Jan Castle
  • Hop 1/21 – Annalisa Young
  • Hop 1/22 – Colleen Balija
  • Hop 1/23 – Samantha Johnson
  • Hop 1/24 – AmyRMcCue
  • Hop 1/25 – Kristie Goulet
  • Hop 1/26 – Patti Bailey

Congratulations, everyone! Please email us at HELLO@THETONSTAMPS.COM within 48 hours to claim your giveaway.

Thank you everyone for leaving such amazing comments during our Release Week! Be sure to pop in tomorrow morning (February 1) for details and preorders on our flash release for new standalone dies and glitter adhesive papers!