Welcome to the October 2016 Release for
Today the entire team is going to share their SNEAK PEEKS of the fun new stamps and dies for October! All of the products we are showcasing will be available for purchase on October 15th in the Paper Sweeties store! I am in LOVE with this FABULOUS release and I think you will be too!
My first card is perfect for sending hugs to someone who needs a little pick me up! I used the new "Basket Add-On: Baked with Love" stamps and dies to create a little gingerbread man. I heat embossed the gingerbread men image which is a set of 5 gingerbread men (or women) depending on how you decorate them. I used "brown sugar" embossing powder on kraft cardstock. Then I hand-cut the last gingerbread man on the right side of the diecut to end up with a single gingerbread man . I added some glitter enamel dots for buttons, a felt scarf, and some pink cheeks to my little man's face to finish him off. I then created a mug for him to stand up in by using the teacup from the "Eat Cake" Sweet Cuts and trimming the saucer off by hand. The heart on the "mug" is 3 hearts (glued together for added dimension) from the heart border in the "Sweet Borders" die set. A coating from my Wink of Stella clear glitter pen adds some sparkle to the heart and to my sweet little gingerbread man.
Next I have some tags to share with you. They use the Basket stamp and die and the "Basket Add-on: Baked with Love" stamps and dies. I LOVE THESE SETS!!!!!!! So many fun possibilities!
"Home Tweet Home" stamps and sweet cuts. The sentiment "Baked with Love" is from the new "Basket Add-on: Baked with Love". The hearts are from the "Tree of Life Add-on Spring" stamps.
Next I use the Basket Die Cut in a completely different way - upside down as a hat for a snowman!
Whoo! Thanks if you made it this far! That is it for my "Sneak Peek" post! Here are all of the links to the Paper Sweeties teamies for today's AMAZING blog hop:
I hope you will join us tomorrow for our Release Party and tons more inspiration!
Enjoy my dears!
NOTE: New products are linked in the "What's New" section at the top of this post. Existing products used are linked here: