Hooray for Friday! Today I’ve been sifting back through all the gorgeous projects from our Design Team during this week’s release, and I wanted to share some of what I found. This team continues to awe me month after month – please grab yourself a beverage, put your feet up, relax and enjoy this month’s Release Rewind. You’ll find all the latest stamps and accessories in our Brand Spankin’ New category. Go ahead and treat yourself to a little something special from this month’s release! You deserve it!
Alli Miles uses elements from the Pretty Pocket stamp set and Die-namics duo. I love her striking color palette, and of course her fabulous hand stitching.
Arlene has created a beautiful note card set – using Pure Innocence Rose, Thanks a Bunch, Rolled Rose our Dainty Doily and look how she’s repurposed the First Place Award Ribbon. What a gorgeous gift!
Barbara has such an amazing way with the vintage style. All of her distressing and sponging is simply gorgeous. She’s using the Die-namics Pretty Posies, the new Leafy Flourish, the Textile Rectangle Die-namics, as well as the Clearly Sentimental About the Journey – this month’s Triple Scoop.
Dawn inks up our dear friend Sunbathing Flopsey and paired him with lots of scene setting details using our Flat Bottom Clouds Die-namics, our Sunshine Die-namics and Fresh Cut Grass. Clever girl, look she’s used the double ended fish tail from the First Place Award Ribbon Die-namics!
Eva Dobilas has inked up Jolinne: I Love You this Much her gorgeous embellishments include the Butterflies Die-namic as well as the new Leafy Flourish. Oh, and look, she too has used the banner included within the First Place Award Ribbon!
Frances uses our new Rainbow Die-namics to create a true ROYGBIV rainbow. That’s red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet! This card is so bright and sunshiney, doesn’t it just make you HAPPY looking at it? Frances adds in our Flat Bottom Clouds Die-namics and our Sunshine Die-namics for a sweet and scrappy card!
Inge creates a beautiful Pure Innocence: Wedding Flower Girl - I adore her corrugated cardboard Die-namics Hearts a Plenty, and oh my goodness, look, its another First Place Award Ribbon. Ladies, looks like this is a “thing” right? My guess is we’ll be seeing a lot of this, which is great because it looks fabulous!
Jackie has a beautiful patriotic card to share using Pure Innocence: My Little Firecracker- I adore her layout, and of course her sweet embellshments. Do you see the Dainty Doily Die-namics peeking out – she’s paired it with the Dainty Lace Border – its a perfect match!
Jessie is all ready for Father’s Day with our First Place Award Ribbon stamp set and Die-namic! I love the way she’s layered the two double ended fish tail banners together!
Joanne inks up our newest Who’s That Girl : Enjoy the Ride. She’s drawn in a bike path for her Who’s That Girl and I “wheelie” like it. (sorry, bad pun.)
Jodi has a great card for the man in your life using this month’s Who’s That Guy: I Love You Mower – I love the way she’s incorporated the Fresh Cut Grass Die-namics into her sentiment – totally brilliant!
Jody is certainly a movie lover – she’s got quite the collection of “stamping movies” I love her movie star embellishment created by coating a Stacking Star Die-namics in Pink Glitter Ritz! She’s also incorporated the Mini Film Strip Die-namics – truly fabulous card!
Kerry has such a lush project to share with you, she’s added lots of gorgeous detail to this month’s Triple Scoop Stamp Set – Clearly Sentimental about the Journey – it is stamped to the Well Worn Greetings Die-namic and she’s using the Simply Scallops Large Die-namic for the beautiful scallops that grace the bottom of the card.
Lisa has created a sweet pair of cards using both Pure Innocence: Wedding Flower Girl and Ring Bearer – I love that she’s mixed up the embellishments on the two cards, but they still look like quite a pair!
Melody creates a gorgeous patchwork rainbow using the Rainbow Die-namics as well as our Clouds Trio and Sunshine Die-namics! I love that your rainbows don’t have to be standard colors, this is completely adorable!
Michele’s project quite literally will take your breath away. Isn’t this so stunning? The image is Inspired By Flowers Set II! With just a faint coloring, lots of distressing, and some selective stitching, what a beauty is this?
Sherrie has drawn in a spectacular grounding and shadows for Fred Bear: Well Done. I love the vintage tag she’s paired it with the project, and of course her out of the box trimming on his chef hat! Fabulous!