Welcome to the SBTD Something Old & Something New Blog Hop. This month we are sharing ideas and projects to help you pair up new products from the new 2019-2020 Annual Catalog with old favorites that have carried over from past catalogs.My card design today features the new Wildly Happy Cling stamp set (item #149408) paired with the Layering Circles Dies (item #141705) and Stitched Shapes Dies (item #152323) from the 2019-2020 Annual Catalog. I thought it would be fun to pair a new stamp set with some old favorite die sets.
My card base was created from Rococo Rose cardstock, one of the new 2019-2021 In Colors. It works beautifully with Very Vanilla and Blushing Bride cardstock. I embossed the layer of Blushing Bride cardstock using the Tufted 3D Embossing Folder to create a quilted look to the background.
The bunnies image has been stamped onto a Very Vanilla cardstock circle die cut using the dies from the Layering Circles Dies. I stamped the image with Early Espresso Classic ink and colored the background and inside of the ears using the Stampin' Blends Markers. I layered the colored image onto a circle of Very Vanilla cardstock that I punched out using the 2 1/4" Circle Punch and then layered it onto a circle die cut from Blushing Bride cardstock using the Stitched Shapes Dies. The last layer was created from Rococo Rose cardstock using one of the Scalloped Circle dies from the Layering Circles Dies. I attached the image to the card front with Stampin' Dimensionals.
The sentiment was stamped with Rococo Rose Classic ink onto a scrap of Very Vanilla cardstock and punched out using the Story Label Punch. Using the Rococo Rose Light Stampin' Blend Marker, I colored a piece of the Very Vanilla Lace Trim and attached it to the card front. I attached the sentiment label on top of the lace using Stampin' Dimensionals. To embellish the sentiment, I colored two of the smallest Basic Pearls with the Rococo Rose Light Stampin' Blends Marker and attached them to the label.
I love the soft and pretty look to this card design and I think it makes a wonderful baby card for a little girl. By changing the colors for this card, you could create a card design suitable for a baby boy or keep it neutral so that it isn't gender specific.
Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog today and I hope that my card design helps inspire you to mix and match your old favorites with some new products from the 2019-2020 Annual Catalog. If you live in the U.S. and do not already have a demonstrator, please contact me and I would be happy to help you.
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Simply adorable! Love your watercoloringReplyDelete
Thank you Judi. I love coloring with the Stampin' Blends Markers and the wonderful range of colors available :)Delete
Love all the layers and the texture on this card! I think I might have to add this stamp set to my wish list!ReplyDelete
Thank you Susan. The dies make it easy to create the layers and the images in this stamp set are so wonderful and versatile. I think you would love it. :)Delete
this is super sweet and I love the coloured trim.ReplyDelete
Thank you Courtenay. The Very Vanilla Lace Trim is so pretty and easy to color with the Stampin' Blends Markers. It makes it easy to customize it to suit your projects. :)Delete
Beautiful :-) love the layers and especially the colors you chose. That pink trim (I obviously missed in the Catalog) lolReplyDelete
Thank you Shar. The Lace Trim is actually Very Vanilla and I colored it with the Rococo Rose Light Stampin' Blend Marker to customize it for my card design. The trim is so pretty and easy to color. :)Delete
This card is so soft and sweet. Love the feminine colour mix and the beautiful. Clever use of the Rococo Rose Blender to colour the trim. Love it!ReplyDelete