It's Day 3 of November Release Week! If you are just joining us, we are spending all week getting down with design and celebrating in style with our newest stamp sets. All sets are currently available for purchase at www.wplus9.com
Today I have the honor of introducing our very own Hannah Craner's debut. We are so happy to have the very talented Hannah contributing to our fabulous line of stamps! And she does not dissapoint, with not one incredible set, but two!
Set of 22 high-quality photopolymer stamps;
1 tag, 1 label, 1 circle tag, 2 sets of journaling lines, 9 phrases, and 8 coordinating images
Full Set Dimensions: 6x8
Set of 26 high-quality photopolymer stamps;
1 card frame, 2 sets of journaling lines, 6 complimentary recipe card building phrases, 1 section tab, 7 section titles and 9 coordinating section images.
Full Set Dimensions: 6x8
Both of these sets fill a void in my stash and they are fantastic. But they are even better together, so they are also available as the Homemade Holiday Bundle for just $33!
I am so excited to show you today's project. I'll be focusing on All Occasion Tags. I am having so much fun with this set.
I created this gorgeous little set of matching tags and cards. I absolutely love how these turned out. And you will be blown away by how simple it is to create. The card is a 4x4" Kraft card base inked all around the edges with white craft ink. The sentiment is from RetroGirly Christmas, heat embossed with white detail embossing powder. Here is a close up of the cards.
Now the focal image is really the star of these cards. I used the same technique for the focal image as I did for the background on the tags. So here's how I did it. Nothing too special, but the results definitely have that "wow factor".
I started by stamping the tag outline with Versamark and heat embossing with White Pearl embossing powder (Stampendous). Then I came back in and stamped the snowflake with Versamark and again heat embossed them with White Pearl. I think this is seriously my favorite snowflake silhouette ever. Now here's the magic...a little bit of emboss resist.
I have recently discovered Ranger's Distress Inks and can not get enough of them. Here I used Broken China and a blender tool to apply ink all over the tag. I varied the amount of ink and pressure. Once it was all covered, I wiped off the embossed areas with a damp paper towel to remove any excess ink.
For the center of the tags, I stamped the circle tag image and snowflake and punched them out with a 1.25" punch. Here they are all assembled.
And here's one last shot all together.
With all of the images in this set, just think of all of the occasions you could reuse this layout for!
Be sure to check out what the rest of the Design Team has been up to:
Want to win All Occasion Tags? Leave a comment by Wednesday November 10th, 11:59 pm EST and I will pick one random winner.
Be sure to come back tomorrow to see what the Design Team has up it's sleeve for the Homemade Holiday Bundle!