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Gina K. has come through with more Stamp ‘n Stencil products for Therm-O-Web! I am super excited about this release, because my two all-time favorite seasons are Autumn and Christmas. (Yes, Christmas is a season. Winter’s no good, but Christmas season is great.) ??
Here is the first product release for Autumn- “Autumn Wishes”. As always, there is a stamp set, stencil, and die set that all go together with the Glitz Glitter Gel for layering and adding dimension. Just look at those cute little trees!
Here I made a cute little birch tree forest using the Grass Green Glitz Glitter Gel. I am loving how alliterated that name is! 😀 I stamped the birch trees in Whisper Amalgam ink- the actually PERFECT color for a birch tree! I wanted those little black stripes you see on real life birch trees, so I added them in with a black colored pencil. Basically drew zebra stripes.
The greeting I used is from my stamp set I released last year for Autumn, “Thankful and Blessed”. It was the perfect size for all that space at the top of the card! I drew white lines around the card panel with a Uni-Bal white gel pen for a little pop.
More trees! I really loved the trees. Trees are my favorite.
I mixed three colors of Glitz Glitter Gel to achieve the multi-colored glitter I used on the leaves- Sweet Mango, Gold, and Red Velvet. For the falling leaves, I cut several leaves off an extra tree.
I stamped the Gauze background stamp over the panel in Sandy Beach, which is what I did for all the cards in this ‘series’ you’ll see coming up.
The prettiest colors. Autumn colors are just the best.
Card #2 in the “Autumn Wishes” series!
I glitzed up a TON of leaves. The crazy amount of leaves I made is what inspired the idea to make a series for each release. I just had so many leaves to use up! This card was so much fun, because it has the appearance of falling leaves and is such a pretty autumn color palette.
For this card, I cut out the upper center of the gauze panel with a circle die, and arranged a grouping of leaves behind it. I popped the circle up with some foam and stamped the greeting over the center of it. This was such a quick card to assemble, and it looks so cute!
I never think to make landscape cards, so with these releases I decided to make one in each series! I used my Thankful & Blessed greeting again for this card since it is nice and large to fill in that space.
And that wraps up the first set of cards using the first Therm-O-Web release, “Autumn Wishes”! Looooved using these products.
Time for Christmas!
This collection is called “Wishing You Joy” and I LOVE it! The images are quite large, which is great because they cover a good amount of area on a card. For all of my images, I stamped in Grass Green and Red Velvet and used the same colors of Glitz Glitter Gel.
The first card uses the gorgeous poinsettias and holly leaves (or are they poinsettia leaves?) in an arrangement in the corner. I trimmed off the edges where they overflowed. Except that one poinsettia pointing down. Apparently that one got to stay whole.
I stamped the same gauze background stamp for all of these cards in this Christmas series, but I used Soft Stone for the ink color. This is the most beautiful grey, and I think it really complements the red and green colors.
The greeting is from a Christmas set released last year by Hannah Schroepfer- now Hannah Drapinski- (Yay!) called “Old Fashioned Christmas”. This set is gorgeous, and the script looked so pretty on this card.
I used the same poinsettias and leaves, but arranged them horizontally on a landscape card. I loved this look! I definitely need to make more landscape cards in the future.
This card is my absolute favorite in the whole Christmas series! I love this little branch and how you can add the red berries with glitz. It is so perfect! I cut a circle from the upper center and arranged the branches around it, making sure to fill it out so it looked nice and full. I used foam squares to pop it up a bit.
This greeting is from “Old Fashioned Christmas” as well!
These ornaments have double glitz areas! The gold dots add such a fun element. I did all the glitz on the bulb, and after it dried I die cut them before I stamped the topper just to make sure it would fit in the die area.
This greeting is from my own set I released last year at Christmas time, “A Very Merry Christmas”. That set features several fun hand lettered Christmas greetings like the one I used on this card.
That wraps up the Christmas series of cards for the Therm-O-Web Christmas collection. I had so much fun playing with Glitz Glitter Gel again, and these stamps and stencils were beautiful! I hope you enjoyed scrolling through the inspiration.
Random self promotion- Here is a piece I hand lettered using the iPad Pro. I post these on my Instagram along with all these card inspirations. If you are on Instagram and would like to follow along with the cards I make and these lettered pieces here and there, follow me at @emilylogganspapercrafts! <3
For anyone wondering about my baby (I have been pregnant forever), he was due on August 29th, but is turning out to be rather stubborn. He has shown no signs of ever leaving my tummy, so we are going in on Friday evening to be induced. Maybe by our next release, I will have pictures of him to share!
Thank you so much for stopping by! Comment below what season is better- Autumn or Christmas? (**Hint- if you leave a comment, you are automatically entered in a giveaway to win a $50 gift card to Therm-O-Web or Gina K. Designs!)
*This is a blog hop combo of the Gina K. Designs design team and the Therm-O-Web design team. Make sure to click on to the next person on the hop list- Donna Idlet!