Wednesday, February 26, 2014

WMS February Release Sneak Peek - Day Two

It’s time for another Waltzingmouse Stamps release coming up on February 28 and I’m jumpin’ in here on day two to share some sneaks at the new Gift Card It stamp set. Today I’m using not only the new stamp set, but two of the dies included in one of the coordinating die sets.  And I can tell you, this set is fun!  You don’t have to make just gift cards, as you can see:

I’m a sucker for great font combos, and I love the font choices used in this set.  So much so, that I thought the sentiments would really shine if I used the chalkboard technique.  I simply stamped, embossed, and added some detail with a chalk pencil and white ink. It doesn’t take much to make it look like a real chalkboard!

I used the card die on both of these cards, and on this next one I also used the die that makes two little curved cuts in which to slide the card into:

I stamped a border around the card, then slid the card into place. Makes for a fun way to add your sentiment to the front of your card:

Make sure you visit the other design team members for more peeks at this fun new set:

Lynn Mercurio
Laurie Schmidlin
Karin Akesdotter
Jen Cuthbertson
Anya Schrier
Kelly Schirmer
Renee Lynch
Teresa Kline
Julia Aston
Jeanne Jachna

Come back tomorrow for another day of terrific projects with the new set and dies!


Jill Norwood said...

Love your chalkboard cards! I love the images and sentiments in this set! A must have!

Lynn Mercurio said...

Fantastic Jennifer. I do so love the chalkboard look, and it's fantastic on your project!

Deborah Frings said...

Yep! The chalkboard technique works perfectly. I think both cards are just lovely.

Julia Aston said...

Two lovely creations!

Jeanne J said...

EEK! A chalkboard gift card! How cool!

Jen Cuthbertson said...

Love the chalkboard gift card!!

Moira Galarneau said...

Love the chalkboard and your colors!

Sue D said...

FAbulous with the chalkboard technique.

Lynn Hardy said...

Fabulous! I love the chalkboard idea too :)

LaurieJ said...

Oh my goodness, your chalkboard cards are perfect. The images really lend themselves to this technique!


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