Stampin'Up! has announced a limited time offer. This is available from August 1 to August 31, 2018, or while supplies last. The offer is the Blended Season stamp set, dies and new colors of colored pencils. The colored pencils may be carried over into another catalog, however, the stamps and dies will not.
Here are some cards that I created with this new bundle.
I have customers who do not like to color. For this card I simply stamped in VersaMark Ink and heat embossed in Stampin' Emboss Powder in White.
This card was stamped in Basic Black Ink and colored with the new watercolor pencils.
I used the leaf image from this set and colored them with the watercolor pencils then ran the cardstock through the Big Shot Die Cutting Machine and dry embossed it with the Subtle Embossing Folder (#143706). This embossing folder is difficult to see in the Annual Catalog but it applies a textured impression to the paper.
Please take a close look at the stitched look area around the floral images. There are three dies in this release that apply this stitching. Love this. For the card I stamped again in VersaMark Ink on Vellum Cardstock and applied Stampin' Emboss Powder in White. Next I heat set the images then colored on the back of the vellum with Sponge Daubers (#133773) and various Classic Stampin' Pads. The vellum coloring gives a very soft, subtle type of color.
Again if you look closely you will see the stitching on the die cut areas. This card was stamped in Stazon Black Ink (#101406) and colored with Stampin' Blends. You can find the colors of our Stampin' Blends on pages 204-205 of the Annual Catalog.
Finally I stamped the image in VersaMark Ink (#1022830) and heat embossed in Stampin' Emboss Powder in Black. Next I applied bleach with an Aqua Painter (#103954). The bleach changes the color of the cardstock. Lastly I colored some of the floral images with a watercolor pencil.
If you look on the toolbar under SPECIALS you will find the information on the stamps, the dies, the bundle which saves ten percent over individual purchase of the stamps and dies and information on the new watercolor pencils.