Wednesday, August 14, 2013

New Product Blog Hop--AutumnAutumn/Winter 2013

Welcome to our New Product Blog Hop for Autumn/Winter 2013! There are over 30 consultants sharing a wide variety of creations showcasing new products. You're sure to be inspired!

If you've arrived from Haley Dyer's blog you're on the right path! Just click the link at the end of this post to continue on the Hop!

I recently had used the Frosted paper pack to make samples for a consultant workshop. In this 7" x 5" card you can see Frosted B&T as a background layer. The tree is from the Always Grateful stamp set. I LOVE TREES and this set has 3 really great trees! In Twilight ink I stamped the full tree. Then using a mask I stamped just the top of the tree for smaller trees in the background. Next I used the Dotted Swiss Cuttlebug folder to make the overall dotted pattern to make it look like it was snowing. You can't really see it in this photo, but I also lightly smudged some Stardust Glitz Glitter Gel on the trees and under them to look like some snow piled along the base of the tree. A sparkle was just the right touch for the top of the big tree!

All the products (except the Cuttlebug and folder) are from our Autumn/Winter 2013 Idea Book. This book is packed full of great new products. Click here to take a look at the online Idea Book or contact me for a copy of your own!

Next up is Pam Ellison's blog. Go take a look at her creation for even more inspiration!

Happy Creating!


  1. love the cuttlebug dits as snow- very subtle and beautiful card.

  2. It's such a "peaceful" card, if you can call a card peaceful! Makes me want a snowy day. :)

  3. Beautiful card, I love the embossing!

  4. Sweet card and I just love the embossing

  5. Love the tone on tone coloring of this card. Nice work!

  6. Very elegant card, love the 'softness' of it. And the Swiss Dots embossed background really adds nice texture.


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