Waffle Flower Crafts September Release

Waffle Flower Crafts September Release

Hello all!! It’s time for another Waffle Flower Release!! Yahoo! 😁 I’m so excited for this release because it is filled with holiday fun! From Halloween, to Thanksgiving, to even Christmas, this release has it all, so let’s jump right in!!


First up is the awesome We Blend Combo!! This fun set was illustrated by the incredibly talent Liz Mytinger!

I made a fun shaker card with this set, please check out the video below to get all the details!

We Blend Shaker Card

Watch below or on my YouTube channel.

You guys! I loved coloring the images from this set! The many of the images have large open areas allowing you to color beautiful gradations!

I can’t wait to make some more cards with this set!

Next up is the adorable Hocus Pocus Combo! This set was illustrated by the amazing Kamo!

Isn’t this witch adorable!! I copic colored the images from the Hocus Pocus Stamp Set and then die cut them with the matching dies. I then ink blended the background with Twisted Citron and Wilted Violet Distress Oxides.

Next I die cut an A2 Black panel with a die from the Scenery Die Set and then stamped and heat embossed a sentiment in the lower half. I then adhered the black panel to the blended background and then colored the images. Lastly, I stamped the cobwebs at the top and added the spiders.

Next up is the Stitched Harvest Combo! This beyond cute set was illustrated by the super fun Frosted Pumpkin Stitchery!

I am such a fan of these cross stitch stamp sets! They make my stamping lovin heart so happy! For this simply sweet card I first stamped the pie in Distress Oxides; Wild Honey, Ripe Persimmon, Antique Linen & Old Paper. Then die cut it with the Embroidery Hoops Die. I also used the same hoop die and die cut the frame repeatedly out of craft cardstock and then glued the layers together.

I then put two together and adhered them to a cream card base. Lastly I added a dollop of whipped cream with Ranger White Enamel Accents and then added some glitter.

Of course this stamper had to make one card with this set!

I stamped the pumpkins and leaves from the Stitched Harvest Set repeatedly on an A2 panel of cream cardstock with Distress Oxides (Wild Honey, Spiced Marmalade, Ripe Persimmon, Crushed Olive, Peeled Paint, & Walnut Stain). I then die cut the panel with the Patched Layers Die Set to add a blanket stitched edge.

Lastly, I stamped a sentiment in Walnut Stain Distress Oxide onto kraft cardstock and added it to the card front.

Next is the festive Cookie Time Combo! This set was also illustrated by Kamo and it is seriously so much fun!!

I created a cheery Christmas scene by Distress Ink watercoloring several images from the Cookie Time Stamp Set and die cut them with the matching dies. I then created the background by stamping the bricks from the Cookie Time Stamp Set in Like a Pro Dye Ink on an A2 panel. I then ink blended the lower two thirds with Coffee Loves Milk Dye Ink and then stamped the woodgrain pattern with the Layering Woodgrain Stamp Set.

Next, I added a panel of striped pattern paper with foam tape and then adhered the images. To finish the card I cut a frame using a die from the Rainbow Panel Die Set from white glitter cardstock and adhered it to the card front.

Next up is the sweet Sweet Treats Combo, illustrated by Big Bear and Bird!

First I stamped and copic colored several images from the Sweet Treats Stamp Set and then cut them out with the matching dies. I then ink blended a background half with with Tickled Pink Dye Ink and the other half with Cracked Pistachio Distress Oxide.

I then created a table cloth with the Lacy Layers 5×7 Die from whit cardstock. I then adhered it to the panel with foam tape and then adhered all the images with liquid glue.

And last but not least is the Gingerbread House Die! This die was also illustrated by Kamo.

I created the house using white, red, glitter and kraft cardstock. I then colored several elements with copics and then added Stickles Crystal Glitter on top.

I then adhered it to the front of an envelope created with the Love Notes Die.

I then stamped a sentiment from the A Homemade Christmas Stamp Set in red on the front.

And I that’s all folks!😆


To celebrate the blog hop, Waffle Flower is giving away $25 gift certificates to THREE lucky winners. You can leave comment on my blog and along the hop by 11:59pm ET on 9/10/18 for your chances to win. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any of the posts on this blog hop and will be announced on the Waffle Flower blog on 9/12/2018.

To celebrate the new release, all orders placed by 11:59pm ET on 9/10/18 will receive a mysterious gift; Limited 1 per customer; While Supplies last.

Please find the hop list below.
Channin Pelletier <<<>>>
Thanks so much for joining me today! Enjoy the rest of the hop!!

54 thoughts on “Waffle Flower Crafts September Release

  1. You’ve shared so many wonderful projects today. Loving the sweet treats and we blend set the most. Thanks for the inspiration.

  2. Every single project is amazing!! I absolutely love your use of the Lacy Layers 5×7 Die for your table cloth. Ingenious!!

  3. Wow! So many great projects. I love them all! Really clever the way you turned the blender into a shaker. Thanks for the tip about using painter’s tape and for all the wonderful inspiration!

  4. The blender shaker card is so so cute! I love to watch your coloring. Thank you for the inspiration… great cards!

  5. I have a few Waffle Flower stamps but clearly I need many more tahnks to you!! What a fabulous release – but your cards have really made them shine..

  6. Considering that my birthday is a couple of weeks away, I am in agreement that calories do not count on that day. ha-ha Cute cards!!

  7. I love the ice cubes in the shaker card – what a great idea! All your cards are so beautiful – I especially like the Cookie Time and Sweet Treat ones!

  8. All of your cards are so cute! I really love the blender shaker card- what a great idea! The whole Waffle Flower release is awesome!

  9. Love these sets. Can’t wait to see them in person. Love your shaker card with ice cubes, what a neat idea. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week.

  10. Wow! What fantastic cards! I love how you used the spiderweb stamp to create cool background. Your cookie time cards are adorable and the shaker card… I wouldn’t have thought do to that with the ice cubes and the blender. I love how you have the bear eyeing up the sweet treats on the table. I just *love* this release

  11. Oh my goodness, Channin! Your projects are so amazing. Thank you so much for sharing them. The wheels in my head are turning with all the inspiration you’ve shown using these adorable new sets!

  12. Oooh, I love the Stitched Harvest set! I love the look of cross stitch without all the work. The pumpkins and the pie slice are so adorable! The faux wooden hoop was a nice touch.

  13. Oh, what fun! Love these creations! I really like the heart die and how you used it for a holiday gift card. Lovely gingerbread house die as well!

  14. So many cute cards.
    Love the cross-stitched pumpkin pie.
    (combines two of my hobbies – eating
    pumpkin pie and cross-stitch).
    thanks for sharing

  15. Loving all these new sets! You made one cute card after another with them. My favorites were the pumpkin pie and then the bear checking out the baked goodies. So cute!

  16. WOW sooooo many amazing and beautiful cards! I really love the embroidery hoop one with the cross stitch pumpkin pie and dollop of whip cream look! So very cute and clever too!

  17. Holy cow, I’m always in awe of the sheer volume of cards and projects you put together. And they’re all gorgeous! I love the variety of styles that WF offers, though it does make it hard to decide which to get. Each time I think I have my choice nailed down, I see something else that’s so unique that I want to have in my stash! Ah well, #thestampinglife. Thanks for sharing all these lovely cards and inspiration with us!

  18. What a great video. I learned so many tricks. I haven’t made a shaker card before, so I need help. I like the idea of the tape, and the way to put Nick onto small pieces! Cute cards, all of them.

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