Welcome to the Sweet n' Sassy Stamps September Release Hop! The team has been having so much fun creating with this month's releases and we are so excited to share our projects with you! Hop along and leave a little comment love for the designers linked below and you just might be a lucky winner! One lucky comment from all the comments along the hop will win a $10 gift voucher to the Sweet n' Sassy Stamps shop. Winner will be announced on the SNSS blog, Wednesday, September 23.
I have two cards for you this month featuring four of the new September releases paired with two previously released sets.
My first card features the adorable Christmas Gnomes, a fun Christmas Text Background and the versatile Holiday Greetings along with some elements from Happy Camper.
I stamped the cute gnome and other images on white cardstock with Versafine Clair Nocturne ink. I colored the images with Shuttle Art markers and fussy cut out. I stamped the sentiment in real red ink and backed with a scrap of the same color cardstock. Next, I stamped the Christmas Text background with VersaMark ink on a die cut piece of cucumber crush cardstock (Gina Marie Design dies). I assembled the card as seen adding a couple of green sequins to finish it off. The gnomes in this set are so cute!
For my second card, I paired a sentiment from the amazing Best Gift Ever with the gorgeous True Beauty set.
This card went together pretty quick with simple coloring and the use of dies. I started by embossing the roses and leaves in white onto Canson mixed media paper. I colored the roses and leaves with watercolor brush markers (red/Arteza and moss/Altenew) and set aside to dry. Once they were dry, I went carefully over the top with Wink of Stella to add some sparkle, let dry and hand trimmed out. I die cut the background and sentiment panels (Gina Marie Design dies) from white cardstock and stamped the sentiment with black ink. I assembled the card, popping the sentiment panel and some image edges up with foam tape. I decided between the sparkle and background texture this card needed no other embellishments. Clean and simple for the win!
Great cards, gotta love those gnomes!ReplyDelete
These are so fabulous, Karen! Loving that Christmas rose card!ReplyDelete
Such masterful designs with your cards and just a cheerful and creative way to use color and technique! I love the vivid and bright greens with the gnome and subtle scripture behind and the striking and elegant floral card! WOW! TFS!ReplyDelete
The gnome card is sooooo cute and so fun! Adorable stamp set.ReplyDelete
And your 2nd card is so very pretty. I love roses and I love
the sentiment you used.
Karen, that gnome card made me smile - what a happy creation! And the roses on that second card are beautiful! Thank you for sharing :)ReplyDelete
That Gnome card makes me smile. It's very festive. Oh wow you made a really elegant card with those gorgeous roses and dies.ReplyDelete
These are both fabulousReplyDelete
Beautiful red roses! Great choice to pair with the sentiment.ReplyDelete
Love your gnome card, the sentiment background is perfect! Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love your card and roses came out so beautiful. The gnome is so adorable and truly love how you colored him.ReplyDelete
Wow! Two completely different cards but both wonderful!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, your gnome card is so cute! I remember those years with tangled Christmas lights. :( I love your second card as it is truly beautiful & the message is one of the best.ReplyDelete
Love the adorable gnome card with bright colors! So cute!ReplyDelete
Fun card with the cute gnome, and a lovely floral card!ReplyDelete
Really cute scene. I like the tree in a bag--so differentReplyDelete
Thx for this inspiration.
Gnome card IS Cute...I can relate to those tangled Christmas lights!ReplyDelete