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January 1, 2015 Reveal.
This month FOUR new stamp sets are being introduced. These sets are 20% off their regular price, until Jan. 3rd. All the new reveal sets are available on Cling Mounted Rubber and as a digital image. The Collector #682 is the stamp set featured in This Month's Technique Video.
The sets are:
all FOUR of the new rubber stamp sets (or digi sets, if you prefer)
The new SNS Creative Challenges also begins today, with lots of prizes and recognition badges.
The winner of the blog hop will be announced on Jan 3 on Facebook, the SNS blog, and on our blogs. This month's Blog Hop order is:
(Tip: if you have a problem with a particular link, try clicking on the person's blog title to send you to their Home page.)
Don't forget to leave a comment with each Designer to be eligible for the Grand Prize. We love reading your comments and hope we have inspired you as well. If you absolutely can not leave a comment for some reason, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your comment and the name of the blog or Designer you are commenting about.
We hope you enjoy the New Reveals as much as we do!
Last month the winner came from Marie's blog. Wonder which Designer contains the Grand Prize winner this month?
As you can see, I decided to go with the new Big Wet Kisses set and also incorporate the Under the Mistletoe Set 556. Still in Christmas mode I used the Die-Versions Mistletoe die cut to make my seaweed and mistletoe branch. I applied 2 1/2" Tear-ific Tape to white cardstock before die cutting the Mistletoe four times. Then I removed the protective backing and applied the three new opaque Frozen glitters to different stems of the Mistletoe.
Princess Elsa Frozen (G1122)
Princess Anna Royal (G1124)
Princess Anna Fuchsia (G1120)
I applied a piece of Super Adhesive Sheet to a piece of blue cardstock and removed the protective backing. The "seaweed" was then attached along the bottom at different heights. The excess was then cut off. Another Frozen Glitter along with three other (semi-transparent) glitters were sprinkled over the exposed tape. The background was done in this order:
Olaf White (G1121)
The sentiment was stamped twice in Versamark and heat embossed with Mulberry - to allow for each letter being punched out with the little heart punch.
After attaching another piece of 2 1/2" Tear-ific Tape to white cardstock, I removed the backing and applied Cloud Nine Velvet glitter before stamping the fish image in Memento Tuxedo black. I then colored the image directly on top of with the following Copics:
V09, B69, B04
The fish were cut out and set amidst the seaweed under the mistletoe with dimensional dots. A few clear rhinestones were added to the tips of the mistletoe for the white berries. Not quite sure why, but a lot of the photos looked likes eyes! A couple of wiggly eyes were added to the fish and then the base was layered to a piece of white cardstock, distressed with Mulberry Star.
Hope you've enjoyed our fist Blog Hop of 2015! May you all have a wonderful, happy and healthy New Year!