Monday, September 18, 2017

New Dies, New Stamps & A Sweet Project!

Artwork by Wanda Hentges
It's Suzanne here and I'm over-the-moon thrilled to share this exciting new release of Quietfire Design designs from Elizabeth Craft Designs! (Got that? Say it five times!)

There are 15 new dies/sets that I hope you're going to love. Attendees at the Great Canadian Scrapbook Carnival in Edmonton last weekend were lucky enough to be able to purchase these dies!  Five of them sold out quickly - can you guess which ones?  (no, there is no prize for guessing, sorry!!) 

Wanda is going to share a project in a minute, but without further ado here are the new dies!  You can find all of these products on the Quietfire website today in the What's New Department.


In addition to all this bumper crop of dies, I'm simply delighted to share something completely new.  We now have *clear* Quietfire Design stamps!  Elizabeth Craft Designs has produced six big beautiful sets that I know you're going to love.  They are very cool!
Just click on the image to read more about them in the What's New Department.  How's that for lots of quotes and images?


Now I'm handing this post over to Wanda who created this adorable card to share with you.
Please ask if you have any questions!


Hello, it's Wanda here!!  

Isn't this a super fantastic release.  Wow!!  So much good stuff!!!  I'm using just a tiny bit of that "good stuff" on this card.


What I've used from the new release -
     New Stamp Set, #CS074 - Soar Collection  Quietfire Site | ECD Site
     New Cutting Die, #1444 - Soar      Quietfire Site | ECD Site

Other Supplies -
     Watercolor Paper
     Black Cardstock
     White Cardstock
     Distress Ink - Tumbled Glass, Picked Raspberry
     Distress Oxide Ink - Picked Raspberry
     VersaFine Ink - Onyx Black
     Water Brush

On watercolor panel stamp "let your dreams" and butterflies with black ink.  Run a line of artists tape across the panel just at the bottom edge of stamped words. Ink top of panel (area above tape) with Tumbled Glass using the blending tool. Keep the color darker around the edges fading near the butterflies.  Color butterflies using Oxide ink and a water brush.  Die cut soar from white cardstock. Ink completely with Oxide, spray lightly with water, dry, add shading with Distress Picked Raspberry, attach to stamped panel.  Splatter panel with oxide ink using the water brush.  Attach panel to black cardstock and then folded white card. 




Thanks to Wanda for kicking off the celebrations!
Create without limits!
Suzanne

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