Spoiler Alert! Sneak Peak!

Two great things happened last week. Patty Bennett came over and we stamped all afternoon making cards with the new Art Gallery Suite, & I did a Facebook Live on the Luv2stamp Facebook group. This has been the first time we’ve stamped together in about 8 months. This suite will be available on January 5th, unless you become a demo in December and then you can add these items to your Starter Kit. You might be wondering why doing a FB Live was so great? Well, several demos in Patty’s group did demos all day, it was our OnStage @ Home After Party. It was a blast and I learned so much about some of our new products coming out in the Jan-June Mini Catalog. And I had a new set up for my FB Live. If you’ve been following me, you know how FB Lives terrify me. I hope to be doing some on my Cincraft FB group soon. Are you ready to see what I’ve done? This is a LONG post with LOTS of photos.

For this card we used the dsp for the first layer and took my Versamark pad and ran it over the dsp at an angle, added Gold Embossing Powder and heat seat it. One of the things in this Suite is Gilded Leafing, however we weren’t able to order it on the Product Premier Purchase (for those who attended the OnStage @ Home), so we used Embossing Powder. It also uses the Fine Art Ribbon & the Golden Garden Designer Specialty Acetate.

Art Gallery Bundle, Fine Art Floral dsp, Fine Art Ribbon, Painted Embossing Folder, Golden Garden Designer Specialty Acetate,

This Designer Series Paper is just gorgeous! We used a label from the Hippo & Friends Dies and die cut the saying using the Adhesive Sheets. I “winked” the words with Wink of Stella. You can see it better in the next photo.

This card uses the Golden Garden Designer Specialty Acetate that goes right over one of the dsp pieces. Wondering where that Poppy Parade Border is from? Its one of the Ornate Frames. We just cut it down to fit our card.  We cased the catalog, kind of. LOL

On this card you can see both sides of the dsp. I colored the dots with my Pretty Peacock Stampin’ Blend. Again I used another label from the Hippo & Friends Dies.

This is a 4 1/4″ x 8 1/2″ card and I used the Painted Texture Embossing Folder. Isn’t it awesome? I love this folder. I used some of the same elements as one of the other cards above.

I wanted to show you how we did a little stamp “surgery”.  Stamp the image twice, once in Mossy Meadow & once in Terracotta Tile, then cut the flowers off the Terracotta image and adhere to the Mossy Meadows image. So much easier than using your markers in two different colors.

This is the same card, but uses the dsp instead of the Embossing Folder.

I did this belly band for one of our Acetate Card Boxes.

And these are the Note Cards I put inside the box.

Well, if you made it to the end, thank you! I think it was worth it. All of these products will be available on January 5th.  I LOVE this suite of products and can’t wait until you can order them too.

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2 Comments

  1. All your cards are simply lovely. The colors are wonderful. Thank you for sharing these.

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