Oct 29, 2011
It's day 2 of November's new stamp sets that will soon be available through The Craft's Meow online store! This morning we're showing off two stamp sets that are very different from each other in design and style, which I'm so happy about because I love to see a variety of styles for Christmas, don't you!?
First up, is the new Santa's Helper stamp set illustrated by Maree Truelove and it is so cutesy! I love this wagon filled with presents image - isn't it cute on the snow covered scene? Look at how large the image is - it would work well on scrapbook pages too, I believe! The sentiment I used shows that it doesn't just have to be for Christmas either - it makes great birthday cards too!
Stamps: Santa's Helper (TCM)
Card stock: Stampin Up soliday; DCWV Winter and Holiday mat stack
Other: Martha Stewart fence border punch; Spellbinder ribbon tags die; Twine from the Twinery; stickles; Copic markers; Martha Stewart tinsel glitter; button
Next, is a new stamp set called Season's Greetings illustrated by my dear friend Nina Brackett. Nina's style is so elegant and ornate - just look at this lovely label image she designed to coordinate with the Spellbinder Label 14 die set which she also designed! Isn't she amazing?!
I let this beautiful sentiment (which is one of my favorites that Nina included in her stamp set) and classy label do all the 'work' on this card and kept the rest of it very basic, just adding a bow to the top. This stamp set will make VERY quick and elegant Christmas cards, don't you think?
Stamps: Season's Greetings (TCM)
Card stock: DCWV Christmas and Winter mat stack; GinaK Designs heavy base white
Other: Spellbinder label 14 die; Fiskars border punch; SU satin ribbon; detail silver embossing powder
To view all the other designers' projects who are joining us in today's previews, please visit The Craft's Meow blog for all the links as well as how to enter your comment to win today's stamp sets! I know you're going to love what everyone has prepared for you!
Have a great rest of your day!