Sending mermaid Kisses

Hello fridens! Happy Monday and hope you had a wonderful weekend. It’s Mayline here today with a summery cards made using Mermaid Vibes stamp set.



  • Create a background image using a blending technique with the oxide inks on the A2 sized white cardstock.
  • Add water splashes to the blended panel for creating a texture.
  • Stamp fish, jelly fish, and coral image using Cali Blue Dye ink on the panel.
  • Stamp cloud images from Golf Course Layering Stamps set using Crystal Pewter Dye ink on the panel.
  • Stamp mermaid images from Mermaid Vibes stamp set using Noir ink on the some white cardstock and then color them using markers.
  • Fussy cut the image and adhere the image to the panel with double tape and foam tape.
  • Stamp a sentiment from Mermaid Vibes stamp set using Noir ink on the panel.


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Video: Sending Love Dahlia Bouquet

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Photo taken against our White Linen Photo Backdrop Board

Hello and welcome back, everyone! I have a gorgeous watercolored Dahlia Bouquet card for you today.

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I started off by heat embossing the large dahlia stamp with our Rose Gold embossing powder. Then I did some wet in wet watercolor painting using Ken Oliver Color Bursts.

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For my watercolor paper, I used Canson XL 140lb paper. For my brushes, I used two fine tip Pentel Aquabrushes.

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After I finished painting my panel, I trimmed it to 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches (A2) and mounted it onto a side folding A2 cardbase using strong double sided adhesive.

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Next I stamped the sentiment from the same set in our Noir Dye Ink onto cardstock. I created a glitter accent strip using our Glossy Fine Gold Adhesive Paper. After I popped up the sentiment on my card, I added some of our Medallion Gold sequins.

That’s all from me today! I hope you enjoyed today’s post and video. Thanks for stopping by!


Pink & Yellow Rose

Hi crafty friends!! Brenda, here!! I can’t believe that June is almost over!! We are half way through 2018!! Crazy!!!

I have been really into pink & yellow lately and couldn’t wait to ink up the beautiful Large Florals: Heritage Rose in these hues!!

I began by stamping the rose with Bleach Blondie, Soft Garnet, Red Sangria & Lipstick Red. Soft Garden, Bright Fern & Deep Emerald were layered for the leaves. The buds were stamped with Soft Garnet & Red Sangria with the stems in Bright Fern & Deep Emerald. Whew!!! Lots of layering creates so much dimension!! I cut all the images with the Large Florals: Heritage Rose Coordinating Dies and set them aside to work on the background.

The Geometric Circles Coverplate Die was cut from a pale yellow card stock, as was the background panel. These were layered up for a tone-on-tone background, which creates interest while keeping the focus on the stunning rose. The two largest of the Double Stitched Rectangle Dies (Large) were used to cut a frame, also from pale yellow cardstock, and adhered to the background panel with dimensional adhesive. All of the stamped images were also adhered with foam adhesive, for lots of dimension. The sentiment, from Beautiful Bettas, was stamped with Versamark and heat embossed in white onto a strip of pink cardstock. Lastly, a few sequins from the Sugar Cookie Couture Mix add a little shine!!!

That will do it for me today!! Thanks so much for stopping by!!! I hope you have a wonderful weekend!!! Enjoy the last couple of days of June!!!


Hello friends:)Eunji here.Today I am making a black peony card for you.using our new Peony Duo set.Let’s take look at my card.


I started stamping the Peony image stamp on A4 size watercolor paper with Vanilla Frosted Cupcake ink.And colored with a water color paint then fussy cut.I added more details drawing a line on peony petal with thin brush.Leave image colored with drawing ink then fussy cut.The peony flower and leave image paper piece adhered to the A6 size watercolor card stock.And colored a background with a watercolor paint all around.Dried it all, added a sentiment paper piece using Peony Laurel Coordinating Dies and vemillion color card stock.Lastly added a sequins from Dulce Sequins.

Thank you for stopping by and see you soon:)

Video: You’re Amazing Loose Roses Cardfront

Hello and welcome back, everyone! This is my second blog post for the day. Be sure to check out our first blog post from today to see if you’re a giveaway winner for our Summer Kickoff Blog Hop and The Daily Marker Blog Hop.

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For today’s project, I used our Loose Roses stamp set!

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I started off by stamping these beautiful rose images onto watercolor paper with our Caviar Hybrid Ink. Next I painted the images using Color Bursts (Peony, Wisteria, Sap Green and Lime Green).

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Once the panel was dried, I die cut all the images using their coordinating dies. While I had my die cutting machine on, I die cut our Geo Mountain C Coverplate onto white cardstock. This is going to serve as a subtle but textured background for my roses.

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Once I die cut my coverplate die, I adhered the die cut onto a white side folding A2 cardbase using liquid adhesive. Then I arranged and popped up my roses and leaves.

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Next I stamped the sentiment (which is from the same Loose Roses set) in our Caviar Hybrid Ink onto regular white cardstock. Then I fussy cut the sentiment and popped it right up among my roses. Lastly, I added some Glass Slippers Sequins to embellish my card.

That’s all for today! Thanks for stopping by and making The Ton a part of your day.




Giveaway Winners

Hello, everyone! I’m popping in today to announce the winners from our Summer Kick Off Blog Hop and The Daily Marker Coloring Challenge Hop!

I apologize for the delayed posting but life got in the way the last few weeks…

Without further ado, here are the giveaway winners:

Summer Kick Off Hop Winners:

  1. Teresa Doyle
  2. Deepa Robbins
  3. amyrmccue
  4. shawninaz
  5. Debb Ronk Flagg
  6. Jill Taylor
  7. Michelle K. Henderson
  8. Audrey Snow

The Daily Marker Coloring Challenge Blog Hop

  1. Cynthia Koop
  2. Juanita W
  3. Jennifer Petersen

Congratulations winners! Please email me at HELLO@THETONSTAMPS.COM with your mailing address and stamp set of choice from our collection. Please also include GIVEAWAY WINNER in the subject line.




I am so grateful for you

Hello Everyone! It’s Mayline here with a card I created using our products Pop-Up Butterfly Dies – Swallowtail dies.



  • Create a background using a blending technique with the oxide inks on the A2 sized water-colour paper.
  • Add water splashes to the blended panel for creating a fun texture
  • Stamp butterfly images from Beautiful Butterflies 1 stamp set using Cali blue ink on the panel.
  • Stamp a daisies image from Coming Up Daisies stamp set using  Noir ink on the white cardstock and color them using Shinhan Touch markers.
  • Cut the image using Coordinating dies.
  • Use Pop-Up Butterfly Dies – Swallowtail dies to cut white cardstock and blend the die-cut paper using oxide inks and add water splashes.
  • Arrange all images and adhere them to the panel.
  • Stamp a sentiment from Always Cherry Blossoms stamp set on the panel.





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Summer Butterflies

Hello Everyone! It’s Anna here today with a couple cards to share with you.
Here is my first card I made using beautiful floral stamps from The Ton and new Butterfly Swirl Die.



I started off by stamping an image from Coming Up Dahlias on a white cardstock in Caviar, colored it with Copic markers and fussy cut it out. To create the background, I made two card panels. I ink blended Ballet Slippers Dye on the first one. Then, I ink blended Crystal Pewter on the second one and cut the panel using Butterfly Swirl Die. I adhered the first panel on a white card base and foam mounted the second panel on it.


Next, I ink blended Arctic Sky Dye on the stripe of white cardstock and cut ‘Thank’ using Bold General Greeting Word Plate Dies from it. (I cut ‘Thank’ using these dies from silver glitter cardstock as well).
Lastly, I adhered beautiful flower and sentiment on my card and stamped ‘You’ in Noir.

My second card features Butterfly Wings – Swallowtail stamps and Pop-Up Butterfly Dies – Swallowtail.



At first, I stamped Butterfly Wings – Swallowtail on a watercolor paper with Versamark Ink and heat embossed them in Glitter Gold. I colored the butterfly wings using Holbein watercolors. I made background by stamping Anemone Garden Cling Background onto the white cardstock in Warm Hazelnut. Then, I adhered the butterfly on the card. The sentiment was stamped with Versamark Ink onto a stripe of black cardstock and heat embossed in Glitter Gold.



I put a large Swallowtail pop-up butterfly inside of the card. I cut the butterfly from a gold glitter paper using Pop-Up Butterfly Dies – Swallowtail. To make the second layer of the wings, I ink blended Caribbean Turquoise Dye and Parisian Blue on a vellum and cut out them.



Thank you for stopping by! Have a nice day, friends!


Video: Peony Duo + Stripe Addict Hello Card

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Hello and welcome back to our blog! For today’s post, I have this gorgeously watercolored Peony Duo and our Stripe Addict card project.

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I started off by heat embossing the larger peony and leaves from our Peony Duo stamp set in our Rose Gold embossing powder. Then I watercolored these images using Indigo and Black color burst powders. Once dried, I die cut all the images using their coordinating dies. Next I used the smallest die from our Double Stitched Rectangles Small die collection to create the panel for my sentiment. The sentiment that I used is from our The Most Interesting Cardmaker 2.0 stamp set. This was stamped in our crisp black Noir Dye Ink.

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Next I white heat embossed our Stripe Addict cling background stamp onto gray cardstock. Then I trimmed that panel about a 1/4 inch on the top and right edges. Then I adhered that trimmed panel onto a top folding horizontal A2 cardbase.

Next, I assembled everything onto my base. I mounted the peony first using foam tape. Then I popped up the rest of the leaves and sentiment panel using additional dimension tape. Lastly, I added some of our Smoked Sapphire Sparkling Clear Sequins.

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Photo taken against our White Brick Backdrop Photoboard

That’s all from me today! Be sure to stop by our blog on Friday because I’ll be announcing all the giveaway winners from our Summer Kick Off Hop and Coloring Challenge hop. Thanks for stopping by!





Butterfly and Violet Shaker Card

Hello everyone! Today I’m going to show you a couple of cards with new butterflies stamps.


I used Butterfly Wings – Swallowtail for my first card. I stamped the wings with Watermark ink and applied hot embossing to it with White Powder. Than I cut the wings with Coordinating Dies.


I shaked pigment powders on the wings and spritz it with water.


I toned the cardstock with Iris Blooms Dye and Violet Fringe Dye. Then I cut few rectangles with Double Stitched Rectangle Dies.  I glued it along with and maked construction of shaker. I used lilac Blossoms Couture Mix for filling.


I stamped the title with Noir Dye and decorated it with sequins.


There is the Pop Up Butterfly inside of my cards.


Thank you for watching, have a nice day!