Hero Arts November My Monthly Hero Kit Blog Hop and Giveaway

Hero Arts November My Monthly Hero Kit Blog Hop and Giveaway

Hello crafty friends!! It’s release day for Hero Arts’ new My Monthly Hero Kit!! November is here and the holiday season is upon us! With our November My Monthly Hero kit, we have everything you need to create adorable handmade tags and/or gift toppers for all of your Christmas gift-giving.

Contents:

  • 4″ x 6″ Clear Stamp Set
  • 13 Coordinating Fancy Dies
  • 10 Sheets of Snow Cardstock (5.5″ x 8.5″)
  • 1 Sheet of White Glitter Paper (5.5″ x 8.5″)
  • White Puff Embossing Powder (0.5 oz.)
  • Lacquer Pen (0.5 oz.)
  • Holiday Twine (1 yard)

Kit value: $70

Kit price: $34.99

My first project for today features the November My Monthly Hero Kit but instead of making gift tags I created a slimline card.

To create this card I first die cut all the Santa, reindeer, and elf components out of either Dove White or colored cardstock (Colors of Earth paper pack, Cherry, Meadow, Pitch Black, Peony & Antique Ivory). I did die cut two white mustaches and trimmed off the noses. I then adhered two of the white mustache pieces to the ivory nose/mustache die cut and then adhered the remaining two mustache pieces behind the nose to make the mustache fuller. I also trimmed off all the tag hoops from the die cuts.

I then added some shading with ink blending to the hats, the elf’s collar, holly berries, Rudolph’s nose and ears as well as the faces of the elf and Santa (Forever Green, Fruit Punch, Royal Red). When all my parts were blended I then trimmed out detail elements and adhered all the pieces together.

With my characters made I then adhered them to the front of an slimline card base (7″ x 8 1/2″; scored at 3 1/2″) with foam adhesive. Next, I stamped a sentiment from the set in INTENS-ified Black Ink onto the card front to finish my card.

My next card features an add-on stamp set, the Color Layering Merry Christmas.

To create this card I first stamped the detail layer for the Merry Christmas in INTENS-ified Black Ink onto Dove White cardstock. Next, I stamped the base layer for the Merry Christmas in Embossing & Watermark Ink and then heat embossed the sentiment with clear embossing powder,

Once I finished heat setting my embossing I then ink blended over the sentiment with several Reactive Inks (Berry Smoothie, Fruit Punch, Lemon Drop, Pool Party & Blue Hawaii). Next, I die cut the sentiment out with a circle die. I then stamped a topper for my sentiment now turned ornament in INTENS-ified Black Ink. I then fussy cut the topper out and then adhered it to the top of my ornament. Next, I tied a bow out of black and white twine and adhered it to the top of my ornament.

Then with the Sun Background Stencil, I applied Hero Paste over the card front of an A2 top-folding white card base. Once the background had dried I then finished the card by adding the ornament with foam adhesive.

GIVEAWAY:

We will give away ALL OF THE NOVEMBER ADD-ON PRODUCTS, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Sunday, November 7th at 11:59pm Pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.

BLOG HOP:

Hero Arts

Channin Pelletier <<<< You are here >>>>

Dana Joy

Daniel West

Debi Adams

Emily Midgett

Ilina Crouse

Libby Hickson

Jessica Frost Ballas

Lydia Fiedler

Maria Willis

Michelle Short

Mindy Eggen

Pocono Pam

Seeka

Special Guests:

Jennifer Kotas

Jennifer McGuire

Meg Brooks

Nichol Spohr

Rebecca Keppel

I hope you enjoyed my cards! Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Channin

Hero Arts November My Monthly Hero Countdown

Hero Arts November My Monthly Hero Countdown

Hello friends!! Welcome to day two of the countdown to the new Hero Arts‘ My Monthly Hero Release!! This release is adorable!! I can’t wait for you to see all the whole kit and all the new add-ons! It’s sure to get you into the holiday spirit!!

My card today features the new stamps and dies included in the kit. Instead of creating gift tags I decided to make card and used the cute Santa die cut as my focal image.

To create this card I first die cut all my parts to create my Santa out of either white or colored cardstock. I used Cherry for the hat, Cranberry for the berries, cream for the skin and Meadow for the leaves. I did cut three mustaches/nose pieces two of white cardstock and one out of cream for the nose. I then ink blended with Royal Red over the hat to add some shape.

I also ink blended over the cheeks and nose with Fruit Punch Reactive Ink. Next, I colored the eyes and berries with a copic marker. I then adhered all my die cut pieces together to create my Santa. I did trimmed the white mustache sections away from the nose and adhered them on top of and behind the cream mustache/nose die cut.

Once my Santa was complete I then stamped over a rectangle panel of Meadow cardstock with the striped pattern stamp included in the kit in Forever Green ink. I then adhered the panel onto the front of an A2 top-folding white card base. Next, I stamped a sentiment onto Santa’s hat in INTENS-ified Black Ink. I then finished the card by adhering Santa to my card front with foam adhesive.

I hope you enjoyed my card and video! Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Channin

Tonic Studios Snowmies Release and Blog Hop

Tonic Studios Snowmies Release and Blog Hop

Hello crafty friends!! Today I’m joining the celebration over at Tonic Studios for their newest release!! This release includes the adorable new Snowmies Stamp and Die Bundle, the Hey Snowmie Stencil, and the Slimline Envelope Creator Die Set!!

My card today features the Snowmies Bundle and the Slimline Envelop Creator Die Set. I used the stand alone dies included in the bundle to create my snowman and then made a matching slimline envelope with the Slimline Envelop Creator Die Set.

To create this card I first die cut all the parts for my snowmen out of white cardstock and colored cardstock. I then added some shading with copies to the carrot noses and stripes to the red scarf. Next, I adhered all the snowmen parts together and then adhered them to my slimline card base (6 1/2″ x 6 1/4″; scored at 3 1/4″) with foam adhesive.

Next, I stamped and white heat embossed a sentiment from the stamp set onto black cardstock. I then fussy cut the sentiment out and then adhered it to the card front to complete my card.

I then created an envelop to match the card using the Slimline Envelop Creator Die Set and patterned paper.

GIVEAWAY:

One lucky winner will win a £50/$50 Giftcard to Tonic Studios and the Snowmies bundle! To enter, comment on every blog in the hop by 11:59pm PST on November 3, 2021/ 7:59am GST on November 4, 2021. The winner will be announced on November 5, 2021 on IG and FB so make sure you’re following all of the Tonic Studios social media accounts!

BLOG HOP LIST:

Maria Willis

Sandi MacIver

Daniel West

Ilina Crouse

Ilda Dias

Channin Pelletier <<< You are here >>>

Jen Kray

Jessica Frost-Ballas

Mindy Eggen

Emily Midgett

Michelle Short

Marie Heiderscheit

I hope you enjoyed my card! Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Channin

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Waffle Flower Crafts October Release Blog Hop and Giveaway

Waffle Flower Crafts October Release Blog Hop and Giveaway

Hello crafty friends!! It’s time for a new Waffle Flower Crafts release!! This release got pushed back a bit but only to bring you all the awesomeness that was planned! And with all the innovative and beautiful products I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.

I have several cards to share so lets dive right in!!

My first card features the Oversized Hey Hi Hello Print Dies, Butterfly Circle Die, and the Shaker Cover.

To create this card I first die cut several butterflies out of white glitter cardstock using a die from the Butterfly Circle Die set. I then trimmed down a sheet of pattern paper from JJ’s Rainbow paper pad to create an A2 panel. Next, I removed the backing on three of the tabs of the Shaker Cover and adhered them to the panel. Through the remaining open side I fed in my glittery butterflies as well as some tiny flower confetti. I then removed the last backing on the final tab of the Shaker Cover and sealed the full panel shaker shut. I then adhered the shaker panel to the front of an A2 top-folding white card base.

Next, I die cut the Butterfly Circle Die out of white cardstock and the adhered the die cut to the card front. I then die cut “hi” using a die from the Oversized Hey Hi Hello Die set out of glittery white cardstock. I then die cut a shadow layer out of vellum and then adhered the two together.

I then adhered the “hi” to the card front. Next, I stamped a sub-sentiment from the Oversized Hello Stamp Set in Antique Linen Distress Oxide onto white cardstock and then heat embossed with glitter embossing powder. I then finished the card by trimming the sub sentiment down to a strip and then adhering it to the card front.

My next card also features the Oversized Hey Hi Hello Die set as well as the sweet Twine & Bows Die set.

To create this card I first die cut several different scraps of colored cardstock with the Twine & Bows Die set. I then adhered the die cuts to a 4″ x 5 1/4″ panel of white cardstock. Next, I adhered the panel to the front of an A2 top-folding white card base.

I then die cut “hey” out of white cardstock using the Oversized Hey Hi Hello Die set. Next, I die cut a shadow layer out of vellum and then adhered the two together. I then adhered the “hey” to my card front with foam adhesive.

I then stamped and white heat embossed as sub-sentiment from the Oversized Hello Stamp Set onto gray cardstock. I then trimmed the sentiment down to a strip and finished the card by adhering the sentiment strip to the card front with foam adhesive.

My last card features the beautiful Save the Date Heart Die.

To create this card I first die cut the heart, sentiment and several flowers out of white cardstock. I then die cut more flowers out of orange pattern paper from the Half-Half Dots – Botantical Paper Pad.

I then trimmed down light pink cardstock to create a panel slightly smaller than and A2 panel. I then adhered the panels down onto an A2 top-folding white card base. Next, I adhered the die cuts to my card front with liquid adhesive.

Lastly, I finished my card by adding enamel dots to the centers of all my flowers.

Giveaways:

For today’s hop, Waffle Flower is giving away $25 gift certificate to THREE lucky winners. You can leave a comment on this blog and along the hop by 11:59pm EDT on Monday October 18th, 2021 for your chances to win. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any of the posts in this blog hop and will be announced on the Waffle Flower Blog on Friday 10/20/2021.

There are more giveaways to enter on Instagram including 1 winner to receive the entire release! Follow us at @waffleflowercrafts so you don’t miss out! 

Specials:

From now till Monday October 18th, 2021, all orders placed at waffleflower.com will receive a sample piece of the A2 Infinity Shaker Cover (No code required!).

For those of you who are new to Waffle Flower, they have a Last Chance section on their website that lists many goodies for 25% off until they are gone! This would be a great place to start your collection! 

Blog Hop:

Waffle Flower Blog

Cathy Zielske

JJ Bolton

Laura Bassen

Galina Filippenko

Dana Kirby

Rachel Arribas

Rebecca Keppel

Arjita Singh

Vicky Papaioannou

Channin Pelletier <<<< You are here >>>>

Nichol Spohr

Jeanne Jachna

I hope you enjoyed my cards! Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Channin

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Hero Arts October My Monthly Hero Release Blog Hop and Giveaway

Hero Arts October My Monthly Hero Release Blog Hop and Giveaway

Hello friends!! The new Hero Arts October 2021 My Monthly Hero Kit is available today!! This month’s kit and all the add-ons are full of vintage elegance and holiday charm! To celebrate this release Hero Arts is hosting an inspirational blog hop and GIVEAWAY!! Before I share my creations lets take a closer look at the new kit.

Kit Photo

Contents:

  • 6″ x 8″ Clear Stamp Set
  • 12 Coordinating Frame Cuts
  • Window Shop Cover Plate Die
  • 6 4.25″ x 5.5″ Sheets of Biodegradable Acetate
  • 7 5.5″ x 8.5″ Sheets of Cardstock in Assorted Holiday Jewel Tones
  • Prisma Glitter, 0.5 oz.

Kit Value: $72

Kit Price: $34.99

My first card features the October My Monthly Hero Kit as well as the new Patina Technique Kit.

To create this card I first die cut an A2 panel of Meadow cardstock with the window die included in the kit. I then swiped the Turquoise ink pad included in the Patina Technique Kit directly over the panel. Next, I sprinkled the brass embossing powder (included in the Patina Technique Kit) over the panel and then heat set. I then ink blended more of the Turquoise ink as well as some Root Beer reactive ink over the panel to age it more. 

Next, I die cut the inside of the front of an A2 side-folded card base with the window die and then adhered my aged window to the card front. I then die cut a scrap of Meadow cardstock with just the top of the window die. Next, I trimmed the banner out from the rest of the window by cutting the connecting tabs. I then stamped and gold heat embossed a sentiment. After I had heat set the sentiment I then stamped the sentiment again but slightly off-set in Soft Olive to create a drop shadow and then adhered the sentiment to the card front. 

Next, I stamped several images from the kit onto white cardstock in INTENS-ified black ink. I then copic colored the images and then die cut them out with the matching dies. Next, I ink blending the inside of my card with Soft Pool to ground the scene. Next, I adhered the tree and rocking horse inside the card. Lastly, I finished the card by adhering the garland to the front.

My next card features the Patina Technique Kit once more and also the Steampunk Holiday stamp set and Victorian stencil.

To create this card I first applied the Turquoise ink directly over the stencil. Next, I ran the inked up stencil through my die cutting machine with a panel of Paradise cardstock and a rubber mat to dry emboss the panel. I then sprinkled the brass embossing powder over my panel and then heat with my heat tool. When I had finished heat setting my powder, I then adhered the panel onto an A2 top-folded white card base.

Next, I stamped an image and a sentiment from the Steampunk Holiday stamp set in Embossing and Watermark Ink onto white cardstock.

I then pour brass embossing powder over and then heat set with my heat tool. Next, trimmed the sentiment and image down to a small panel and then finish the card by adhering the panel with foam adhesive. 

GiVEAWAY:

Hero Arts will be giving away ALL OF THE OCTOBER ADD-ON PRODUCTS, drawn from the comments left across the hop. Enter by Sunday, October 10th at 11:59pm Pacific, and the winner will be announced on the Hero Arts blog the following week.

BLOG HOP:

Hero Arts

Channin Pelletier <<< You are here >>>

Daniel West

Debi Adams

Emily Midgett

Iliana Crouse

Jessica Frost-Ballas

Libby Hickson

Lydia Fiedler

Maria Willis

Michelle Short

Mindy Eggen

Seeka

Special Guests:

Jennifer Kotas

Meg Brooks

Nichol Spohr

Rebeca Keppel

And visit on Instagram:

Kailash Naidoo

I hope you enjoyed my cards! Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Channin

Hero Arts October My Monthly Hero Countdown

Hero Arts October My Monthly Hero Countdown

Hello friends and welcome to the last day of the countdown for the new Hero Arts My Monthly Hero Kit!! This means tomorrow the October kit will be available!! By now you probably have a good sense of this month’s theme and I hope you are just as excited as I am for tomorrow!

The card I’m sharing today shows you yet another scene you could create with fabulous kit.

To create this card I first stamped several images from the kit in INTENS-ified Black ink onto white cardstock. I then copic colored the images and then die cut them out with the matching dies. I also mirrored stamped the fruit bowl image to better balance my scene.

Next, I stamped the tree in Soft Olive and Lime Green inks onto the front of an A2 top-folding white card base. I then stamped a sentiment in INTENS-ified Black ink.

Next, I trimmed down a sheet of Peony cardstock to cover an angle of my card front. I then adhered the cardstock to my card front with foam adhesive. Lastly, I finished my card by adhering my images with precision glue.

I hope you enjoyed my card! Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Channin

Concord and 9th Friday Feature

Concord and 9th Friday Feature

Hello friends!! Today’s my last Friday Feature post for Concord and 9th. What an honor it has been guesting this month with this incredible team of designers and being able to create with some truly magical products! Concord and 9th always has such clever and stylish designs and whenever I work with their products my ideas just keep flowing so I’m super sad this month as come to an end.

My first card features the beautiful and graphic Yuletide Ornament stamps and dies.

To create this card I first stamped and gold heat-embossed the ornament from the Yuletide Ornament stamp set onto matte gold cardstock. I then die cut the ornament out with the matching die. Next, I stamped the holly onto Parsley and Evergreen cardstock in their matching Concord and 9th ink colors. I then die cut the out with the matching die. Next, I stamped the holly onto Poppy cardstock in Poppy ink and then fussy cut them out. I then adhered the berries to the holly leaves and then set them aside.

Next I cut 1/8″ strips of Concord and 9th’s colored cardstock (Oceanside, Evergreen, Parsley, Sprout, Stardust, Honeysuckle, & Poppy). I then adhered the strips onto the front of an A2 top-folding white card base.

Next, I adhered the ornament and holly sprigs with foam adhesive. Lastly, I stamped and white heat-embossed a sentiment onto black cardstock, die cut it with the matching die and then adhered it to the card front with foam adhesive.

My last card features the adorable Home for the Holidays Stacks stamps and dies.

To create this card I first die cut all my house parts and trees out of Concord and 9th colored cardstock (Aqua Sky, Oceanside, Sprout, Parsley, Evergreen, Buttercup, Stardust, Grapefruit, Sorbet, Poppy, & Cranberry) using the Home for the Holidays Stacks die set. After I die cut all house pieces I then adhered them together and then die cut snow out of white glitter cardstock and adhered them to the roof tops and trees.

Next, I die cut a snowy hill out of a 3 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ panel of white cardstock using a die from the Home for the Holidays Stacks die set. I then trimmed a sheet of Sea Glass cardstock to 7″ x 8 1/2″, scored and folded it at 3 1/2″ to create a slimline card base. I then ink blended over the front of my card base with Sea Glass ink to create a subtle gradation. I then added white splatters with Gansai Tambi watercolors.

Next, I adhered my snowy hill to the card front with foam adhesive. I then adhered the houses and trees with liquid glue. I then stamped and gold heat-embossing a sentiment from the Home for the Holidays Stacks stamp set onto matte gold cardstock. Next, I die cut it out with the matching die and then finished the card by adhering the sentiment to the card front with foam adhesive.

That’s it! I hope you enjoyed my card! Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Channin

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Pinkfresh Studio September Release and Giveaway

Pinkfresh Studio September Release and Giveaway

Hello crafty friends!! Today Pinkfresh Studio reveals their newest release!! If you adore layering stencils and flowers just as much as I do then this release if for you!! There are peonies, dahlias, roses, and more! Plus there is a new beautiful alphabet set with coordinating layering stencils and even an ingenious solid hot foil plate that will revolutionize hot foiling!!

My first card features beautiful Dahlia Bunch stamp set, coordinating die and layering stencils.

To create this card I first ink blended over the Dahlia Bunch layering stencils with several Pinkfresh Studio Inks onto white cardstock.

  • Dahlias: Sparking Rose (stencil 1), Bubble Gum (stencil 2) & Raspberry Bliss (stencil 3)
  • Daisies: Peach Fuzz (stencil 1 & 2), Clementine (stencil 2) & Persimmon (stencil 3); Centers: Doe (stencil 4)
  • Tiny Flowers: Soft Lilac (stencil 1 & 2) & Lavender (stencil 2 & 3); Centers: Marigold (stencil 4)
  • Leaves: Aquamarine (stencil 5), Olive (stencil 5) & Tidal Pond (stencil 6)

Once I had finished ink blending the flowers I then die cut them out with the matching die. Next, trimmed down a sheet of cream cardstock to create a 4 1/16″ x 5 1/2″ panel. I then stamped the dahlia floral arrangement onto the panel in Peach Fuzz using the Dahlia Bunch stamp set. I then ink blended over the panel with Peach Fuzz and Clementine inks to create a gradation.

Next, I stamped and white heat-embossed a sentiment from the Dahlia Bunch stamp set onto the panel. I then adhered the panel onto the front of an A2 top-folding white card base. Lastly I finished the card by adhering the florals with foam adhesive and trimming off any overhang.

Next card features the lovely Garden Roses stamp set, coordinating die, and layering stencils.

To create this card I first ink blended the roses using the Garden Roses layering stencils and several Pinkfresh Studio inks over onto white cardstock.

  • Roses: Ballet Slipper (stencil 1), Coral Reef(stencil 2 & 3) & Apricot (stencil 1 to give the roses a peach tint)
  • Leaves: Warm Buff (stencil 4) & Doe (stencil 5)

When I had finished ink blending the flowers I then stamped over them with the corresponding outline image from the Garden Roses stamp set in Detail Black. I then die cut the image out with the matching die and also a shadow layer out of vellum with the same die.

Next, I die cut an A2 panel of white cardstock with the Nested Chevron die. I then adhered several of the chevron pieces to a scrap of cardstock. Next, I adhered one of the larger sections of the chevron stripes under the new panel I had made, allowing a small amount popping out. I then used some more cardstock scraps to the underside to even it out and then adhered it to the front of an A2 top-folding white card base.

Next, I adhered my vellum layer and my flowers to my card front. Lastly, I stamped a sentiment from the Garden Roses stamp set in Detail Black, fussy cut it out and adhered it to the card front with foam adhesive.

SHOPPING PROMO:

We are offering free US shipping on all orders $75+ from September 27th to October 3rd. See the graphic in the blog hop graphics folder above for code.

GIVEAWAYS:

Pinkfresh Studios will be giving away the full release on the Pinkfresh blog & YouTube channel.

They will be giving away a total of TEN $25  gift cards along the hop. As per usual with blog hops – the winners will be randomly picked from the comments.

Winners will be posted on October 5, 2021 on our GIVEAWAY PAGE. Please check the giveaway page & claim your prize within 2 weeks.

BLOG HOP:

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Click here to enter
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I hope you enjoyed my cards!! Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Channin

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Concord and 9th Friday Feature

Concord and 9th Friday Feature

Hello friends!! It’s Friday!! Wahoo!! And that means it’s time for another Friday Feature over at <a href="http://<a href="https://shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=784733&u=1753010&m=62090&urllink=&afftrack=">Concord & 9thConcord and 9th! This week we are featuring the Big On Christmas stamps & dies, Fa La La Fringe Tree stamps & dies and the Card Stacks Base Die set! I have three cards to share so let’s jump right on in!!

This first card features the Big On Christmas stamp set and dies. To create this card I first trimmed Concord and 9th colored cardstock (Oceanside, Parsley, Sprout, Stardust, Ballet Slipper, Honeysuckle, & Poppy) down to 1/4″ strips and then adhered them onto the front of an A2 top-folding white card base.

Next, I stamped and black heat-embossed a sentiment from the Big On Christmas stamp set and a tree and star from the Tiny Trees Turnabout stamp set. After I heat set my sentiment and images I die cut them out except for the small tree which I fussy cut because there is no die. Next, I stamped and black heat-embossed an additional sentiment from the Big On Christmas stamp set onto the front of my card. Lastly I finished by adding my die cut sentiment, tree, and star with foam adhesive.

My next card features the Fa La La Fringe Tree.

To create this card I first stamped the layers of the tree from the Fa La La Fringe Tree stamp set in Clover ink onto Parsley cardstock. I then die cut the layers out and a base tree out of Parsley and then adhered the layers to the base. Next, I die cut a stump and star out of Stardust cardstock and then adhered the stump to the tree.

I then die cut several ornaments out of colored cardstock (Oceanside, Sprout, Ballet Slipper, Honeysuckle, & Poppy) down to 1/4″ strips and then adhered them onto the front of an A2 top-folding white card base. ) and then adhered them to the tree. Next I adhered the tree and star to the front of an A2 top-folding white card base. I then die cut my sentiment out of gold glitter cardstock and then finished the card by adhering it to the card front with foam adhesive.

My last card features the Card Stacks Base Die set and several stamps and dies sets from this holiday release.

To create this card I first constructed my stacked card base out of white and Sea Glass cardstock. I did hand cut slopes in the dimensional layers before I adhered them to the base with scor-tape. Next, I stamped several images from the Tiny Trees Turnabout stamp set in several Concord and 9th inks (Oceanside, Parsley, Sprout, Stardust, Ballet Slipper, Honeysuckle, & Poppy). After I stamped all my trees I then die cut them out with the matching dies and adhered them to my card.

Next I die cut my sentiment out of gold glitter cardstock and three times out of white cardstock using a die from the Poinsettia Fill-In Die set. I then adhered one of the white cardstock sentiments to the backside of gold glitter one and set aside. I then die cut the shadow layer out of vellum cardstock and adhered it to the back side of the stacked sentiment. Next I adhered one of the two remaining white sentiments behind the vellum and then cut two thin strips of acetate and adhered it to the backside of the sentiment. Lastly I finished my sentiment by adhering the last white sentiment die cut to the backside which sandwiched the acetate strips in place. I then adhered the sentiment behind some of the trees using scar-tape.

Next, I stamped and gold heat-embossed a sub-sentiment from the Yuletide Ornament stamp set onto white cardstock. I then trimmed the sentiment down and lastly finished my card by adhering my sentiment to my card with liquid adhesive.

I hope you enjoyed my cards!! Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Channin

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Tonic Studios September Release Blog Hop

Tonic Studios September Release Blog Hop

Hello crafty friends!! Today Tonic Studio’s releases their newest set! This fun stamp and die combo is full of the most adorable monsters you have ever met!!

I love all the expressions and character each one of these little monsters have! Also the set comes with such a wide variety of sentiments making this set very versatile.

To create my card I first stamps and copic colored several images from the stamp set. After I copic colored the images I then added white gel pen accents and then die cut the images out with the matching dies.

Next I ink blending the front of an A2 top-folding white card base with several Distress Oxides (Twisted Citron, Dried Marigold, Seedless Preserves & Shaded Lilac). After I ink blended the background I then splattered the front with water and then white paint.

Next, I die cut an A2 panel of white cardstock with the background die included in the set. I die cut the panel twice so the pattern covered the panel and also left some of the negatives in place. I then adhered the panel to the front of my card base with foam adhesive. Next, I stamped and white heat embossed a sentiment onto gray cardstock and then trimmed it down to a strip. I then adhered my image and my sentiment to the card front with foam adhesive. Lastly, I finished my card by adding iridescent sequins.

GIVEAWAY:
One lucky winner will win a £50/$50 Giftcard to Tonic Studios and the Monsters bundle! To enter, comment on every blog in the hop by 11:59pm PST on September 29, 2021/ 7:59am GST on September 30, 2021. Winner will be announced on October 1, 2021 on IG and FB so make sure you’re following all of the Tonic Studios social media accounts!

BLOG HOP:

Maria Willis

Jen Kray

Erica Andersson- Burke

Ilda Dias

Channin Pelletier <<< You are here >>>

Ilina Crouse

Alberto Gava

Daniel West

Lydia Fiedler

Koren WIskman

I hope you enjoyed my card! Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Channin

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