Sunday, September 4, 2011

September 2011 Release Day 4

It's day 4 of the September Release and today I am introducing our final stamp set for this month. If you are just joining us, you can catch up by starting from day 1 here. Today's set is an addition to the fantastic A Pocketful set that I introduced yesterday.

A Pocketful: Halloween

  • is a 4x6 clear photopolymer stamp set
  • contains 11 stamps; 4 images and 7 sentiments/sentiment builders.
  • will be available for purchase September 5th for just $13

Are you ready for a couple of projects to better acquaint yourself with this set? First up is my not-so-scary Halloween card.

This card was so easy to put together. I started with the A Pocketful Die.

I then stamped the spider web stitching onto the pocket, embossed it in white, and added some real stitching around the edges. For the cream focal panel, I stamped the spiders in black and adhered the pocket below them with foam tape. I love how friendly these little spiders look! After assembling the card base, I added my sentiment "creep crawly Halloween wishes" and some stars.

This is my kind of fun and cute! Fun and cute, but still sophisticated. What do you think?

Next up, a fun tag that shows how these sets can be used as more than just pocket fillers.

Again, another one that came together in the blink of an eye. I started by distressing a white tag using Antique Linen and Tea Dye (Ranger Distress Ink). I stamped the flying bats from A Pocketful: Halloween directly onto the tag. I added some random stars from A Pocketful and layered some patterned papers underneath.

To finish off the tag, I added a tag using the "Batty" sentiment and a "for you" stamped strip, all from today's set.

Would you like to win A Pocketful, the A Pocketful Die, and A Pocketful:Halloween? Leave me a comment by 10:59 PM EST September 4rd to enter for a chance. I will select one random winner from all comments. Winners will be posted here.

Thank you so much for joining me this week! Our entire September release will be available tomorrow Sept. 5 at www.wplus9.com. I will be back today at 6:00pm with the Full Reveal of everything previewed this week. Thanks again!

Project Supplies

Creepy Crawly
Stamps: A Pocketful:Halloween (Wplus9)
Ink: black (Ranger Archival Ink); Antique Linen, Tea Dye, Faded Jeans (Tim Holtz Distress Ink by Ranger); Versamark
Cardstock: Vintage Cream, Kraft (Papertrey Ink)
Patterned Paper: Mischievous(My Mind's Eye); Nordic Holiday (Basic Grey)
Other: A Pocketful Die (Wplus9); star punch (Fiskars); Fresh Snow button (Papertrey Ink); sewing machine and thread

Batty For You
Stamps: A Pocketful:Halloween (Wplus9)
Ink: black (Ranger Archival Ink); Antique Linen, Tea Dye (Tim Holtz Distress Ink by Ranger); Dusty Durango (Stampin' Up!)
Cardstock: white (Papertrey Ink)
Patterned Paper: Mischievous(My Mind's Eye); Schoolhouse collection (October Afternoon)
Other: Upper Crest border punch (Fiskars); Twine (Papertrey Ink); tag (Recollections); eyelet from stash; Crop Odile (We R Memory Keepers


25 comments:

  1. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the "untraditional" halloween card - so awesome and the tag is so vintagey fabulous! Thanks for fantastic inspiration and the chance to win these generous giveaways!

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  2. The pocket is just amazing and the super fun a pocket full halloween is so clever! Brilliant release and inspiration!!
    Cheers, Robin

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  3. Nice tag - it'd be great for class halloween parties with some candy attached to it!

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  4. I've loved everything in this month's release! And your samples are great- I can't wait to see what the DT has done with the products too!

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  5. I have to admit, I'm not a fan of Halloween! I have been looking for a cute set, not scary, but adorable so I can make treats for my kids! This is it :) And, the cute little spiders jumping out of that pocket...heehee!

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  6. This is adorable, what a clever idea!

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  7. Ohhhhh, I'm loving the pocketful die!!! I love the layering of your paper on the card.....I just love your style!

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  8. I was already hooked the last few days with the pockets but now even more reason to get them!

    I should tell you that I have sworn off Halloween stamps...I don't make many cards and I have way too many stamps...but there is no doubt that your Halloween pocketfuls will end up in my cart!! With everything that is out there, you have still come up with a unique and wonderful set!

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  9. I love the pocket die, it's just way cool! And the Halloween stamps are so cute! I love Halloween!

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  10. This pocketful is a great idea. I love that the pocket comes in two sizes. Just love it!
    Ang

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  11. Oh, Dawn, I really love this set and I'm not a Halloween person!

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  12. Love the card and tag. I have so many uses i can think of for the pocket die, great idea!
    slmattylermarxdotcom.

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  13. Love those bats, they are so cute! The pocket die is just so awesome!

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  14. Love both the card and the tag. Those bats are soooo cute. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  15. I am loving everything in this release. Those holloween images are sooo cute.

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  16. Love what you did!!! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  17. AAACCKKKKK!!! I am absolutely giddy over the ideas for this addition set. First of all, the concept is outstanding, but these Halloween ideas have me jumping up and down - seriously?!! Soooo fun!!

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  18. This set is really cute and such a clever idea! I LOVE the tag you created! Just so cool! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  19. That Halloween tag is the cutest Halloween creation I've seen! LOVE it!

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  20. Yippee! A Halloween set in WPlus9 style! Loving the bats on your tag!

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  21. I think it a wonderful idea to add Halloween to the pockets! Great card and tag. Thanks for the chance to win

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  22. LOVE these, Dawn! Your patterned papers are fabulous, and the way you've used these darling images... Well, you'd think you designed them or something! Absolutely brilliant!

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