Sunday, August 9, 2020

PARADISE FOUND MINIS INSTAHOP & GIVEAWAY

 We're celebrating the upcoming release of the Paradise Found Mini Inks from Catherine Pooler Designs. These colors are absolutely GORGEOUS and among my favorites to play with. I mean really - just look at these colors!

A bunch of us got together for an Instagram Hop today. Have you checked it out? Someone will win a set of the Paradise Found Minis - click here for the details and to hop along.


I made two cards for the hop and they are both fall/winter themed. 

This first one uses the Baby, It's Cold Outside stamps and dies. I stamped the mugs with midnight ink onto watercolor card stock and using some ink that I squished into the lids and  a water brush I colored them in leaving them darker at the top. 

Next I stamped the whip cream topping and the straws. I used my Tombow Blender Pen to give the whrip cream some shading. I die cut everything out and then after stamping the sentiments I adhered them to my card panel and adhered the card panel to my card base with craft foam.


My second card uses one of my all time favorite Christmas stamps. Tis' the Season stamps and dies is a beautiful set that will never go out of style.

I used the Wild Things Background Stamp to create a background of falling snow. I stamped it with embossing ink and then heat set it with white embossing powder. It's a little difficult to see in the pics. I inked up the greenery with Green Tea ink and then using a sponge dauber I added some Eucalyptus ink to the bottom edges. I layered everything onto the snowy background using craft foam for the flower and also using craft foam to add the snowy layer to the card base.

 


Happy Stampin'
and thanks so much for visiting!

Stay safe everyone!!


Susan


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