Waffle Flower 2020 May Release Blog Hop

Welcome to Waffle Flower 2020 May Release Blog Hop! This month, we covered many special occasions along with a new set in the Bouquet Builder series! For today’s Blog Hop, I chose 6 cards to show you what I did with some of these products!

<Card 1>

I almost screamed when I saw this combo set because I can find myself using them so much. I am a dental hygienist who has been staying home away from work for almost 2 months now due to current pandemic. I would like to make some cards giving out to my patients and this is perfect!

To create this card. I die cut the large tooth shape out of Tooth Fairy Shapes Die. Then I added blue distress oxide ink around the edge before I attached it onto am A2 sized card base. I stamped and copic colored all images from Tooth Fairy Stamp set and die cut with the Matching dies. I arranged them onto my background with liquid adhesive and embellished it with different sizes of sparkling clear sequins.

 

<Card 2>

I know Mother’s day is less than a week away. As being a card maker, we always think ahead of holidays. I think it is time for us to prepare Father’s day card if you haven’t started. Masculine with a little bit cute critter could be great but not too serious.

I die cut our main character, Panda, for this card with Be a Panda Die. Then I also die cut a few chosen pieces from Be accessories Die to dress him up. I used copic color markers to color everything as I wanted. I attached them onto the background I created by using Papers from Half-Half Lines-Enchanted Paper pad. To add the sentiment, I simply used the “Happy Father’s Day” sentiment from Home Brew Stamp set.

 

<Card 3>

If your Dad like Beers or beverages, you got to have this combo set. I first created my simple background with papers from Half-Half Lines-Botanical Paper Pad. I die cut selected the pieces from Home Brew Die and pairing with Home Brew Stamp set. I inked my cut out pieces using Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in Mustard Seed and Salty Ocean. The sentiment that comes with this stamp set became handy again.

 

<Card 4>

Here comes one of my favorite series. Waffle Flower has been introducing a few stamp sets related to different countries and cultures in the past. Now we get more! Today we are feeling “Russian”!

I love coloring like a child. So I colored all images from From Russia with Love Stamp set using my copic markers then I die cut them using the Matching Dies. I cut out two different shapes of window out of Classic Frame Die and raised them up using foam tape for dimensions. I adhered all images onto the background and embellished with my all time favorite–  Up & Running Enamel dots .

 

<Card 5>

Hola! We are not forgetting Mexican culture this time either!

I created my frame using Picture Frame Die. I inked the edge of the frame and background using Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in Fossilized Amber and Worn Lipstick. I added foam tape to create dimension of the frame. I easily copic colored all images from Hola Mexico Stamp set and die cut with the Matching Dies. I stamped the sentiment and added all images to finish this card.

Waffle Flower also released a stamp featuring Germany Culture name Prost Germany. You could find it Here!

 

<Card 6>

My last card means a lot to me! My daughter is graduating from Middle school this year. Unfortunately, she became one of graduating students who were impacted by our current unique situation. I highly encourage you at least send out a card to them because they deserve it! I really hope they will somehow make up the graduation ceremony when time is right in the future.

To create this card. I cut out my front panel using Graduation Panel Die. Then I added foam stripes underneath and layer it on top of the rainbow color pattern paper from JJ’s Rainbow Paper Pad. I cut out two sizes of circles from Classic Frame Die and stamped the sentiment from Graduation Sentiments.To make my bottom circle outstanding, I simply added a slightly larger circle cut out using vellum paper.For my embellishments, I cut out a few matching graduation hats with Graduation Panel Die out of the same rainbow paper. Oh,  and a few clear drops to bring you more attention.

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Giveaway

  • For today’s hop, Waffle Flower is giving away $25 gift certificate to THREE lucky winners. You can leave a comment on this blog and along the hop by 11:59pm EDT on May 10th, 2020 for your chances to win. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any of the posts in this blog hop and will be announced on the Waffle Flower Blog on 5/12/2020.
  • We are also hosting a Instagram hop today at 12:00 noon EDT. Follow me at alixsworld and Waffle Flower at @waffleflowercrafts so you don’t miss out!
Specials
  • A kind reminder from Waffle Flower:“We appreciate every order we receive but we also recommend at this time of uncertainties, reserve your resources and use what you have first! Stay positive and healthy!”
  • From now till 11:59pm EDT on May 10th, all orders at $50 and over, placed at waffleflower.com will receive a mysterious gift! 
  • For those of you who are new to Waffle Flower, they have a Last Chance section on their website that lists many goodies for 25% off until they are gone! This would be a great place to start your collection!

Waffle Flower 2020 Pattern Paper Release Blog Hop

Waffle Flower now offers pattern paper! These papers are designed by cardmakers, so expect to see some new and innovative approaches!
For example, Waffle Flower paper pads measure a generous 5.5 inches by 8.5 inches (half-page of US Letter size). They settled on this size to give cardmakers more paper and less waste! Simply fold each page in half to make a standard landscape A2 card. Or trim a page in half to make two A2-sized card fronts. This larger size can also be used for A7-sized cards (5″x7″). The beauty of our unique page sizing allows us to have half-half designs. For more details, visit their paper introduction page here.
For today’s Blog Hop, I have 6 cards using papers from 6 different paper pads from this release. Let us take a look.
<Card 1>

To begin with my first card, I created the background with frame using Ticket Frames Die out of a piece of paper from Half-Half Lines – Unicorn Paper Pad I attached the top frame onto the solid pink background using foam tape.

I stamped the images from Rejoice Rabbit stamp set and die cut with the Matching Dies. Then I colored it with copic markers. After I attached the image onto the background, I stamped the sentiment “Just for you” that comes from the same stamp set onto black cardstock and white embossed it. I hand cut it into a piece of skinny rectangle shaped paper and adhered it to the upper right corner of my card. At last, I added enamel dots from Stardust Enamel dots to finish the card.

<Card 2>

JJ’s Rainbows Paper Pad

Everyone loves rainbow.Right? I just cannot have enough with rainbow colors. I chose a piece of cardstock paper from JJ’s Rainbows Paper Pad Then I die cut all color stripes using Horizontal Stripes Die which makes the process goes very easily. I overlapped each stripes a little bit and attached onto an A2 sized card base. I chose Thank You Rainbow Die cut as my focal point of the card. To assemble the center piece, I used black, white and the rainbow stripes paper. And of course, I added my favorite color coordinating enamel dots from Up & Running Enamel dots.

<Card 3>

Modern – Neutrals Paper Pad

We are turning our focus onto a classic and elegant look now. I chose a piece of granite marble cardstock paper from Modern – Neutrals Paper Pad and cut it into rectangle shape that was slightly smaller than A2 sized card base. I created center inlay piece by using Nesting Squares Die. I cut out my focal sentiment using Oversized Thank You Die out of a piece of silver shimmer cardstock and also attached A2 sized silver card base to match the whole scene. It is just so simple and easy to mass produce piece for you to try.

<Card 4>

Half-Half Dots – Botanical Paper Pad

If you joined our last Waffle Flower Top 6 Favorite Blog Hop, you should know how much I love these froggies. I brought them into this blog hop as well LOL. To start with, I cut my upper frame using  Shutters Panel Die out of a piece of cardstock paper from Half-Half Dots – Botanical Paper Pad Then I hand cut the lines between the lines to modify the frame window as I desired. I attached the frame onto a background that I ink blended with Tim holtz distress oxide in Tumbled Glass and Salty Ocean.

I copic color all images from Toadally Stamp set and die cut with the Matching Dies. Then assembled them using liquid adhesive and foam tape onto my background. After I added the sentiment, I scattered some green enamel dots from Up & Running Enamel Dot.

<Card 5>

Half-Half Dots – Unicorn Paper Pad

A perfect wedding or anniversary card here for you! I die cut my frame using Cake Panel Die out of a piece of cardstock paper from Half-Half Dots – Unicorn Paper Pad and I attached it onto the solid dotted paper from the same paper pad. I copic colored my selected images from Love You Bunnies Stamp set and die cut with the Matching Dies.  I chose to die cut “always & forever” sentiment from Cake Panel Die and inked with copic markers in two shades of pink. I quickly assembled all the pieces to finish this card.

<Card 6>

Special Delivery Paper Pad

My last card only took me about 10 minutes from start to finish. I used Special Delivery Paper Pad to achieve this look. In my opinion, it is great paper pad for cardmaking starter, scrapbooker or someone who wants to create a dozen of cards in reasonable time frame. I cut out my top layer of card focal image with help of Nesting Postages Die. Then I layered it onto two more layers of rectangle shaped pattern paper. To create dimensions, I added foam tapes to each layer. In the end, I added some enamel dots from Stardust Enamel Dots to make this card a little more special.

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Giveaway

For today’s hop, Waffle Flower is giving away the entire Everyday Paper Bundle to THREE lucky winners. You can leave a comment on this blog and along the hop by 11:59pm EDT on April 12th, 2020 for your chances to win. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any of the posts in this blog hop and will be announced on the Waffle Flower Blog on 4/15/2020.

Specials

  • A kind reminder from Waffle Flower:“We appreciate every order we receive but we also recommend at this time of uncertainties, reserve your resources and use what you have first! Stay positive and healthy!”
  • From now till 11:59pm EDT on April 12th, all orders at $50 and over, placed at waffleflower.com will receive a mysterious gift! 
  • For those of you who are new to Waffle Flower, they have a Last Chance section on their website that lists many goodies for 25% off until they are gone! This would be a great place to start your collection!

My Top 6 Favorite Waffle Flower Products Blog Hop

Waffle Flower turns 6 Today!!!

To celebrate, our design team and guest artists are here to share our Top 6 Picks of Waffle Flower! Let us check out what my picks now!

 

My Top 6 Favorite WFC products are:

Be Her Stamps and Dies

Toadally Stamps and Dies

Jungle B-Day Stamp and Dies

Tile Panel Die

Cloudscape Panel Die

Enamel Dots

*** Use code “LastChance” to receive 25% off when purchasing Toadally Stamps and Dies and Jungle B-Day Stamp and Dies***

<Card 1>

To create my first card, I first stamped the images from Toadally Stamp set using Memento Rich Cocoa ink over 80lbs neenah solar white card stock paper and die cut with the Matching dies. Then I copic colored them and  set aside for later use.

Then I die cut my background panel using Cloudscape Panel Die out of a piece white card stock paper and lightly inked them using Tim Holtz Distress oxide inks in Tumbled Glass and Worn Lipstick. I assembled my colored images using liquid adhesive and foam tapes. I stamped the sentiment that comes from this stamp set onto the background and added Stardust Enamel Dots to create the water droplets.

<Card 2>

For my second card, I stamped images from Jungle B-Day Stamp set using Memento Rich Cocoa ink over 80lbs neenah solar white card stock paper and die cut with the Matching dies. Then I copic colored them and  set aside for later use.

Then I die cut my background panel using Cloudscape Panel Die out of a piece craft color card stock paper. I removed the negative part of die cuts and layered the outer frame over a background that was created by ink blending using Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in Twisted Citron and Cracked Pistachio. I assembled my colored images using liquid adhesive and foam tapes. I stamped the sentiment that comes from Flower Girl stamp set onto the background and added Up & Running Enamel Dots for decoration.

<Card 3>

For this card, I continued using the images from Jungle B-Day Stamp set that I used from last card, but I created a different background layout.

I first ink blended my background using Tim Holtz Distress ink in Tumbled Glass and Worn Lipstick to create sky and ground. Then I die cut a panel using Tile Panel Die out of white cardstock paper. I inked the panel die cut with Cracked Pistachio oxide ink and hand cut created 3 opening windows using scissors. I layered the panel using foam tape over prepared background to create dimension and added selected colored images. I stamped the sentiment from Flower Girl stamp set onto the center of panel and embellished my card with Up & Running Enamel Dots.

<Card 4>

For my last card, I am going to tease you all with a Soon-to-be-released product –> Lacy Layers 2 Dies.

To begin with this card, I set up my main color combo would be pink and blue. I die cut my two sized of panels using Lacy Layers 2 Dies and lightly inked them using Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in Tumbled Glass and Worn Lipstick. Then I attached them onto an A2 sized card panel which I inked with Tumbled Glass oxide ink as well. I then stamped the unicorn image from Be Her Stamp set with Memento Tuxedo Black ink over 80lbs Neenah Solar white paper and die cut with the Matching dies. I color the unicorn with simple coordinating color combo. I stamped “Happy Birthday” from Flower Girl stamp set over white cardstock paper and hand fussy cut them out. I attached the unicorn image and sentiment over my background and added Up & Running Enamel Dots to finish the card.

 

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Promotions:
  • To celebrate its 6th Anniversary, Waffle Flower has been hosting lots of giveaways on its YouTubeInstagram and Facebook.
  • For today’s hop, Waffle Flower is giving away $100 gift certificates to THREE lucky winners. You can leave a comment on this blog and along the hop by 11:59pm EDT on April 8th, 2020 for your chances to win. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any of the posts in this blog hop and will be announced on the Waffle Flower Blog on 4/10/2020.

  • We are also hosting an Instagram Hop among all team members that will go live at 12:00 noon EDT today! Don’t forget to join us there!
  • All of our giveaways open to worldwide participants age 16 and above!

Specials:

  • We do not want to encourage impulsive purchases so we are not hosting a sale. Use what you have or join our giveaways here on the blog and on our YouTubeInstagram and Facebook! Stay calm and healthy!
  • From now till 11:59pm EDT on April 8th, all orders placed at waffleflower.com will receive a mysterious gift! It’s a brand new product that will be released on April 10th! Sneak Peeks starts tomorrow!
  • For those of you who are new to Waffle Flower, they have a Last Chance section on their website that lists many goodies for 25% off until they are gone! This would be a great place to start your collection!

Waffle Flower x Tombow Inspiration Week

Hello Everyone,

Waffle Flower Crafts teamed up with our friend Tombow to bring a whole week of Inspirations using products from both companies. For my today’s project, I included Waffle Flower Bouquet Builder 6 Stamp and dies, Waffle Flower Mini Media Mat, Waffle Flower Wave Texture Die, Oversized Hello Die,Tombow Dual Brush pens and Tombow TwinTone Dual-tip Markers.

To create my project, I picked one of floral image from Waffle Flower Bouquet Builder 6 Stamp set and stamped it onto a piece of Bristol Smooth paper with Tim Holtz Anitique Linen Distress ink. Then I picked out four main colors to color this image which are Tombow Dual Brush pens in #403,817,277 and 025.  I die cut this image with the matching dies.

During my coloring process, I colored my image by first directly coloring on small portion and then spreading the color with a thin paint brush. To even out my color transition, I scrabbled the color onto the Waffle Flower Mini Media Mat and then transferred onto the image.

 

 

Once I was done with coloring. I die cut my background using Waffle Flower Wave Texture Die out of a piece of white card stock paper. I also die cut the Large hello using Waffle Flower Oversized hello Die out of a piece of Gold shimmer card stock paper. I assembled colored image and word die cut onto my background.

At last, I chose a color that was close to my gold shimmer hello from Tombow TwinTone Dual-tip markers and added dots to bind my all elements together.

There will be a giveaway for you to enter on Instagram on Friday for 2 winners to each receive a prize package totaling $150! More details to come! To stay ahead of the game, follow us at @waffleflowercrafts and Tombow at @tombowusa NOW! Good Luck!!!

Instagram Giveaway
Goes Live on Friday, March 13 at 8:15am EDT and  closes on Monday, March 16th at 8:15am EDT.
Each winner will receive both prizes:
Tombow Prize:
– 1 x 5-Pack of ABT PRO Alcohol-Based Markers
– 1 x 10-Pack of Dual Brush Pens
Waffle Flower Prize:
– 1 x Mini Media Mat
– 1 x $50 Gift Certificate to waffleflower.com

Waffle Flower 2020 March Release Blog Hop

Welcome to Waffle Flower March 2020 Release Blog Hop! This is a lovely season. I have been working hard in my backyard such as pulling weeds (always no fun but headache) , planting vegetable seedlings. I am just so happy to see all trees are growing buds and new branches. Now I am here introducing a bunch of fun springing products to you and I know you would love them!

<Card 1>

For my first card, I decided to keep simple color tones for the baby scene. I chose pink and light teal blue for my color combo. I prepped my background by ink blending with Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in Worn Lipstick, then I splattered the same color over the background. I stamped the images from Little One Baby Stamp Set in Memento ink in Rich Cocoa onto Neenah solar white 80lbs cardstock. I die cut them using Little One Baby Matching dies and colored with copic markers. I arranged them onto the background using liquid adhesive and foam tapes. I also added different sizes of sequins as embellishments to finish.

<Card 2>

Anyone grows tulips in the garden? I have a small area that contributes to these lovely flowers every spring. To me, they please you so much with you putting so little effort. If you haven’t try them, it’s not too late to try them. For this card, I cut a smaller sized rectangle by using  Stand-alone – Additional A2 Layers Die and layered it over an A2 sized card panel. Then I lightly ink blended it with Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in Seedless Preserves. I stamped the image from Tulips Stamp set and die cut with the matching dies. I enjoyed coloring this fairly large image with copic markers. I splattered the same paint over the background and added sentiment “Grandmother you are loved”.

<Card 3>

Now let’s give our card some rainbow colors. To make this card, I die cut Oversized Hello Die out a piece of white card stock 5 times. First I glued 3 of them onto an A2 sized card panel. Then stacked the rest of 2 to create a thicker “hello” die cut. I splattered gold paint over the background, copic colored my focal point and adhered it to the center of my card. A little trick, pick 3 colors in the same color family and blend them together until to the ombre colors that you desired. You can make your own copic color wheel by using this Waffle Flower Amazing Products.

<Card 4>

Here comes my last card. To be honest, I was a little disappointed with the result of the photos, because it just did not show the textures I want to get you to see. To start with this card, I first heavily ink blended my background using Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in  Peacock Feather and Lucky Clover. Then I layered a piece of rectangle shaped vellum paper to tone the color down a little. Then I die cut whole bunch of foliage pieces out of white card stock by using Sprigs Die. I adhered them on the the background and splattered gold paint over. To match the gold paint, I stamped my sentiment and gold embossed it onto vellum paper. At last, I added my all time favorite embellishment-Enamel Dots in Stardust to finished my card.

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Waffle Flower         

Alix                         

Keeway                  

Jessica                   

Natalia                    

Elyse                      

Mindy                     

Galina                    

Channin                 

JJ                           

Rebecca                

Promotions:

To celebrate the blog hop, Waffle Flower is giving away $25 gift certificates to THREE lucky winners. You can leave a comment on this blog and along the hop by 11:59pm ET on 3/7/20 for your chances to win. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any of the posts in this blog hop and will be announced on the Waffle Flower blog on 3/9/2020.

Receive a FREE Mystery Gift with all orders $50 and over, while supplies last.

No code required; Limit 1 per customer; While supplies last; Valid through midnight 3/7/20

Waffle Flower 2020 February Release Blog Hop

Welcome to Waffle Flower February 2020 Release Blog Hop! It’s been a little cold outside. I hope everyone stays warm and be healthy from any yucky bugs! Here you will see a sweet and cozy collections to warm your heart!

<Card 1>

For my first card, I wanted to create a shaker card. I ink blended lightly on my background using Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in worn lipstick and picked raspberry, then I stamped and white embossed the sentiment “Love you my friend” from Jars of Sentiments Stamp set. I cut the white frame by overlapping couple of dies from A2 Layered Die. I attached a piece of acetate paper underneath my white frame, poured my shaker elements and closed it up with foam tapes.

I cut 3 different sized of bows by using Easy 3 D Bows Die which is a re-release of our 3D bow dies out of plaid pattern paper, then I assembled them easily with a little bit glue. I attached them onto my shaker window to finish my first project

<Card 2>

Raise your hand if you love kitty cats! I was so happy to see Big bear and bird’s illustrations becoming craft cutting dies for us to play with. I created my background by ink blending Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in tattered rose and Worn Lipstick. Then I stamped the sentiment “Wishing you the Happiest of Days” in black and white embossed flower stamps from Jars of Sentiment Stamp set.

I die cut the kitty cat by using Be a Cat Die and colored it with copic markers. I also made the color matching bow using Easy 3 D Bows Die . At last, I attached my cutest kitty onto the background.

<Card 3>

Lily is one of my favorite flowers! Waffle Flower has this fairly large die which could take over the whole A2 panel with no stress. To make this card, I simply stamped the image from Potted Lily Stamp set and cut with the Matching Die. Then I colored it with copic markers. I added patterns onto the blue pot using white gel pen and I also splattered white paint over the flowers to create textures.

I created my background by ink blended the background using Tumbled Glass Distress oxide ink and splattered the matching ink and water mixer over. Once it was dry, I stamped the sentiment “Happy Easter” from the same stamp set and attached colored images.

<Card 4>

Spring is coming soon, I just cannot wait to start my backyard garden and see all birdies and butterflies stopping by. This is a simple card but bring you not so simple vibe. I guess I somehow was into pattern paper lately so I decided to have green plaid pattern paper as my base. Then I cute  a piece of rectangle white card stock that was about half inch smaller than my base. I rounded all four corner using my corner chopper and stamped my sentiment which was from Jars of Sentiments Stamp set.  I did splattered some blue ink over the background for a fun look.

I stamped the selected images from Jars of Happiness Stamp set and cut with the Matching dies. I colored them with copic markers and arranged onto my background to end my last card.

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         Waffle Flower         

                   Mindy                    

Keeway

                    Natalia                    

                     Galina                     

Elyse

Alix

Channin

JJ

                Rebecca                

Promotions:

To celebrate the blog hop, Waffle Flower is giving away $25 gift certificates to THREE lucky winners. You can leave a comment on this blog and along the hop by 11:59pm ET on 2/7/20 for your chances to win. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any of the posts in this blog hop and will be announced on the Waffle Flower blog on 2/9/2020.

Receive a FREE Mystery Gift with all orders $50 and over, while supplies last.No code required; Limit 1 per customer; While supplies last; Valid through midnight 2/7/20

Waffle Flower 2020 January Release Blog Hop

Welcome to Waffle Flower January 2020 Release Blog Hop! I hope you all had  wonderful holidays!!! For the first month of 2020, we are bringing you a set of creative products!

<Card 1>

For my first card,  I wanted to create a set of rainbow colors. I smudged Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink pads in different colors over 8 paper strips and set aside for later use. Then I cut my front panel using Sweet Scallops Panel Die out of a piece of white card stock paper. I arranged my rainbow strips over a piece of A2 sized card base and attached front panel using foam tape to create dimensions.

I stamped the sentiment “it will get better”from Fresh Rainbow Sentiments Stamp Set using memento tuxedo black ink onto the center of my panel and embellished the center with  Up&Running Enamel dots and sparkling clear sequins. At last, I attached tons of clear seed beads to create some interests in between lines.

   <Card 2>

I just cannot have enough of creative dies in this release. I ink blended an A2 sized watercolor paper using Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in Mustard Seed, Twisted Citron, Cracked Pistachio, Tumbled Glass and Worn lipstick. Then I die cut them using Hearts Panel Die.  I save all negative cut outs in heart shape to be the embellishments for another card later. I poured seed beads in all kinds of colors, added acetate paper underneath of front panel and sealed them with foam tapes.

After I was done with my shaker card background, I die cut “Thank you” word using Oversized Love Word Die for 3 times out of white card stock paper. I glued them together to create thicker dimension. I easily attached this oversized word over the background to finish this card.

  <Card 3>

I really enjoyed the process of making this card. I first ink blended the background using Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade and Cracked Pistachio over an A2 watercolor paper. Then I die cut my front panel using Fresh Rainbow Panel Die out of white card stock paper and attached to the background using foam tape.

I stamped the sentiment “positive vibes coming your way” with Memento Tuxedo black ink onto the center of the panel, and decorate the rainbow shapes using  Up&Running Enamel dots

<Card 4>

Here comes my last card. I first made the pastel watercolor background using Tim Holtz Distress oxide inks, then I attached a thin strips in gold color to top and bottom of this background. Once the background was dry, I stamped “love you” in black using Oversized Love Stamp Set. Then I die cut the matching “love you” cut out from Oversized Love Word Die and ink blended it to ombre colors that matches the watercolor background. I adhered this cut out over the stamp on the background and purposely off set it a little to create faux dimension. I grabbed the heart die cuts from making my second card and embellished the background by attaching them with foam tapes.

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Waffle Flower          

Keeway Tsao          

Kelly Latevola         

Galina Filippenko    

Mindy Eggen          

Natalia Zubkova      

Elyse Robinson       

Amy Rysavy           

JJ Bolton                 

Alix Davis                

Channin Pelletier    

Rebecca Keppel     

Promotions:

To celebrate the blog hop, Waffle Flower is giving away $25 gift certificates to THREE lucky winners. You can leave a comment on this blog and along the hop by 11:59pm ET on 1/7/2020 for your chances to win. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any of the posts in this blog hop and will be announced on the Waffle Flower blog on 1/9/2020.

Receive a FREE Mystery Gift with all orders $50 and over, while supplies last.(No code required; Limit 1 per customer; While supplies last; Valid through midnight 1/7/20)

You can also shop in bundle to save 10%

 

Christmas spirits – Pretty Pink Posh

Hello Everyone!

There are 17 days left till Christmas. Are you ready for it? Did you decorate your tree? Did you hang up the lights? Did you make your holiday cards? If not yet, I am going to bring you some Christmas Spirits with two of my cards!

<Card 1>

To make this card, I cut the window opening using Pretty Pink Posh Decorative Tag  2 die over a piece of A2 sized watercolor paper. Then I layered Wide Stripes Stencil over the panel and blended Tim Holtz distress oxide ink in candied apple. Once it’s done, I also ink blended the card base lightly used Worn lipstick distress oxide ink.

I cut the Christmas tree using Pretty Pink Posh Tree Shaker Die and inked with Cracked Pistachio distress oxide ink and decorated with Jewels in Raspberry color. Then I stamped and copic colored my selected images from Animal Signs stamp set and cut with the Coordinating dies and some stash from other Pretty Pink Posh stamp sets. After attached them on to my prepped background, I added Sparkling Clear sequins to finish this card.

<Card 2>

After using red color for my last card, I decided to shift my gear to another traditional color: Green. I heavily ink blended Lucky Clover and a little bit Peacock Feather Distress oxide inks onto a piece of A2 sized watercolor card. Then sprayed some water to take some intensify color off the background.

Coloring is always the fun part of card making for me. I stamped all ornament images from Decorative Ornaments Stamp set and cut with the Coordinating dies. Then I colored them with copic markers. I adhered them onto my background using Foam tape to create dimensions. At last, I stamped sentiment “Season’s greetings” and added Raspberry jewels.

Technically you still have more than two weeks to make your cards. Hope you will be productive during this week! See you soon!

This entry was posted in Cards.

Waffle Flower 2019 December Release Blog Hop

Welcome to Waffle Flower December 2019 Release Blog Hop! Hope everyone is doing great with holiday shopping. No matter you are done with your Christmas cards or not, we have your next holiday waiting for you this month!

<Card 1>

For my first card,  I used Harpy Birthday Stamp set illustrated by Big bear and bird. This stamp set is perfect for everyone especially musical lovers. I stamped the images from Harpy Birthday Stamp set and cut with the Matching dies. Then I copic colored the selected images.

I ink blended onto a piece of A2 sized watercolor paper with Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in Worn lipstick and splattered coordinating ink over. I adhered colored images with liquid adhesive and Foam tapes and stamped the sentiment “You make my harp skip a beat”.  I added enamel dots from Up&Running Enamel dots set to finish my card

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The second card is all about Valentine’s day. I used pink and blue color combo to achieve a dreamy scene. I colored the images from Sending Love Stamp set and cut with the Matching dies.

I ink blended my A2 sized watercolor paper with Tumbled Glass distress oxide ink. Then I cut another piece of rectangle out of watercolor paper and ink blended with Worn Lipstick distress oxide ink. I adhered the smaller rectangle panel over the A2 panel. I adhered colored images and added sentiment “Happy Valentine’s Day”. At last, I embellished my card with some heart shaped confetti.

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Have you ever had admire or being an admire? I found this new stamp set is fun for you! I colored the images from Secret Admire Stamp set and cut with the Matching dies.

To create my background, I cut the center of A2 sized panel using die from Nesting Heart Dies. I added Worn lipstick distress oxide ink with gold splatters  onto the white part of the panel and ink blended center piece with Cracked Pistachio distress oxide ink. After adding clear enamel dots from Clean and Clear Enamel dots, my card was finished.

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My last card is all about floral. It is just fantastic to see waffle flower release floral images one and other. Introducing the 6th set in our popular Bouquet Builder series.

To begin with, I lightly ink blended my A2 sized background with Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in Cracked Pistachio. Then I stamped and copic colored the images from Bouquet Builder 6 Stamp set and Die cut with the Matching dies. I adhered them onto my background with liquid adhesive. I white embossed the sentiment over a piece of black cardstock paper and hand cut it into rectangular shape. After attached my sentiment piece, I added enamel dots from Clean and Clear Enamel dots.

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Holiday Cards – Pretty Pink Posh

Happy Wednesday!

I would like to show you couple Christmas cards I made during last weekend. Thanksgiving is approaching. Are you ready for it?!

For my first card, I cut my frame using Decorative Tag 2 Die out of a piece of A2 sized watercolor paper. I ink blended my background using Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink ink Cracked Pistachio and Worn lipstick. I attached them onto my A2 card base using liquid adhesive and foam tape.

I stamped bear images using Pretty Pink Posh Bear Friends Stamp set and die cut with the Coordinating dies, Ornament images using Decorative Ornament Stamp set and cut with the Coordinating dies, Christmas hats using Penguin Pals Stamp set and cut with the Coordinating dies. Then I colored them with copic markers.

I arranged all colored images onto the background, added the sentiment and embellished the card with Pretty Pink Posh Jewels in Shamrock.

For my second  card, I inked the background with Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in Worn Lipstick. Then I colored iamges from Pretty Pink Posh Elegant Holly Stamp set and cut with the Coordinating dies, Animal Signs Stamp set and cut with the Coordinating dies

I colored all selected images with copic markers and attached them onto my background using liquid adhesive and foam tapes. Then I stamped the sentiment “Season’s Greetings” and embellished my card with Sparkling clear sequins.

I hope you will have a great holiday week!