Sunday, July 30, 2017

Stamp Review Crew Bonus Hop: Carols of Christmas

Yeah! The Stamp Review Crew is sneaking in an extra blog hop, with a special release bundle That is available for demonstrators AND customers, right now. It is going to be in the Holiday Mini, and it is so fun to use!

For those who are new to the Stamp Review Crew, here is a little background. We are an international group of Stampin' Up! demonstrators that gets together on the first and third Mondays of every month to do a blog hop. Each hop features a single stamp set to give you loads of inspiration for that set! The hops are archived at the Stamp Review Crew blog, and you will be able to click through each hop at any time, going directly to the posts for that hop whenever you want! And you can click on the banner of this post to go to the master blog roll for this hop also.

If you are following along in order, then you have arrived from Twila Davis' blog where she is sure to have done some masterful stamping!

Carols of Christmas from Stampin' Up! makes getting your Christmas cards done easy! So many great ways to use it.
How about an Emerald Envy watercolor wash and some Copper heat embossing. Then throw on some Christmas bulbs. Voila! Card #1 done!

Carols of Christmas from Stampin' Up! makes getting your Christmas cards done easy! So many great ways to use it.
Card #2 has Berry Burst and Emerald Envy ornaments stamped on vellum then Clear heart embossed. Some Pine Planks embossing on the Crumb Cake panel, and Holly embossing on the Emerald Envy banner. Selective inking on the Deck the Halls stamp. Another one done!

Carols of Christmas from Stampin' Up! makes getting your Christmas cards done easy! So many great ways to use it.
Card # 3 is a little more fussy. I die cut the poinsettias out of the watercolor panel, then embossed with Pine Planks folder. I backed the panel with a piece of the smooth ombre pattern from Color Theory in Old Olive. Then I Gold heat embossed the sentiment on Cherry Cobbler cardstock and cut it out with the largest stitched circle. And I stamped the poinsettias in Cherry Cobbler on scraps of watercolor paper, and cut those out with the poinsettia corners die. Stamped the leaves in Old Olive on the Pine Planks panel, and adhered the poinsettias and the circle with the Mini Dimensionals.

What do you think? Do you need this set yet? Here is a bunch of stuff I did with it earlier:

Are you ready for the next blog? Well, it is Bronwyn Eastley next, and I can't wait to see what incredible project she has come up with!

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Rochelle Blok said...

Great cards Tanya! Lots of fabulous ideas! You have really knocked it out of the park with all your amazing creations using this set! Love them all! Rochelle xo

Mickey Roberts said...

Awesome, awesome, awesome! Love the watercoloring and the die cut panel, but the middle one is my favorite. Love the color choices.

Dawn Tidd said...

Fun cards, Tanya! Love the water coloring with the gold embossing! They're all gorgeous though.

Bronwyn Eastley said...

Three beautiful cards, Tanya. The Emerald Envy and Copper colour combo is really striking and my fave of the three.

Twila said...

Wonderful cards! I love how they all have such a different feel to them I have just got to try that watercolor wash technique, it's just so beautiful! Great job!


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