I would like to share a couple more cards featuring the new WPlus9 products today 🙂 It’s been a better day mojo-wise (photo-wise as well) although I still don’t seem to be able to locate all of my creativity. My parents who have been staying with us for the last 5 months, go back to Poland in a week’s time and my girls have been on and off various illnesses, viruses and whatnot – I’ve been a bundle of nerves lately and I think that’s why I can’t find a spark. But enough of the whinging, here’s what I’ve got for you!
First up, the winner of the giveaway of the Papel Picado Clear Stamps & Dies from two days ago…
Hazel Parr says:
Roll on the new release!
Love you’re variety of cards
Congratulations, Hazel! Your name will appear on the Winners’ Page on the WPlus9 blog and Dawn will be in touch with you shortly. Thanks to everyone who left comments!
The new release is now available in full in the Wplus9 store as well as in the Simon Says Stamp store!
How about some enabling first 🙂 If you’re looking for a sentiment die to add to your collection, how about the new addition to the hand lettered series – Hand Lettered Thanks Designer Dies! It coordinates with a wonderful stamp set, Hand Lettered Thanks and together they offer great versatility. I paired both with the vellum butterfly cut with the Flora & Fauna 2 Designer Dies. More on this and the matching, fantastic stamp set later this month.
The panel is made from Kaisercraft patterned paper (Porcelain Rose collection). I used pinking scissors for the ‘fringe’.
I was inspired by the CAS(E) this Sketch #87 layout below:
Another card that I’d like to share, was made using the sentiment from Strictly Sentiments 5 and the floral arrangement was done with Fresh Cut Containers stamp set and a variety of WPlus9 inks (Appletini, Sweet Gelato, Blossomsberry, Lake House and Nautical Navy). I drew a frame around the panel with a Memento marker and used a black marker to accentuate the centers of the purple flowers.
This time I used Retro Sketches #126 for my starting point, which I tweaked a little as you can see…
That’s all for now, see you later!
Happy Birthday card