Hello everyone! This week has been a fun week at the Winnie & Walter blog. Lots of new stamp sets and die cut sets have been premiering. Today I am here with a project using one of the new sets called The Party.

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This stamp set is so awesome! Lots of images and greetings are included in this set. I’m a huge fan of it. I stamped the large flowers using Soft Cantaloupe ink from Hero Arts. I honestly can’t wait for spring to begin, so I decided to go with happy and bright colors today.

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For the sentiment, I used one of the beautiful die cut sets from Winnie & Walter. This one is called The Big, the Bold and the Happy Cutaways. I colored the die cut using different types of ink that I will link to in the supply list at the end of this blog post. 🙂 For the second part of the sentiment, I stamped a little birthday greeting from the The Big, the Bold and the Happy stamp set from Winnie & Walter. Finally, I finished off the card using Pretty Pink Posh sequins. Love these so much!

That’s it for today! Be sure to visit the Winnie & Walter blog for more inspiration using this stamp set, along with the other sets that premiered today. Remember, all new products will be available for purchase later today. Click HERE for a direct link to the Winnie & Walter shop. 🙂

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Hello everyone! It’s time for another Saturday Stamp Day video. Today I’m using the Dream Believer stamp set from WPlus9 along with the coordinating dies.

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First, I created a colorful background using the scattered dots stamp from the set. I did some second generation which is such a fun and easy technique. Simply ink up your stamp then stamp once and stamp again without reinking. Easy peasy! Next, I created a dream catcher using the Dream Believer stamp set from WPlus9.

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For the feathers of the dream catcher, I used the same colors of ink that I used for the background. That way everything matches together perfectly! 🙂 Afterwards, I embellished the main piece of the card using Sparkling Clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh. To finish it off, I adhered the piece on some patterned paper from the Everyday Collection paper pad from Avery Elle.

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(Multiple sources are linked. Click SSS for Simon Says Stamp, EH for Ellen Hutson, PPP for Pretty Pink Posh.)


Hey stampers. Today I’m sharing another project at the Neat and Tangled blog since I am a guest designer for them this month. 🙂

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I used the Little Bear stamp set from Neat & Tangled, the Pixie Dust sequin mix and Pretty Pink Posh Sparkling Clear beads to create a fun sequin shaker.

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Diamonds and gems are oh-so hot in the card making world lately, so that’s why I used the beautiful Sparkle and Shine stamp set from N&T today. I paper-pieced them using pretty patterned paper from the Serendipity line from Dear Lizzy.

Be sure to visit the Neat and Tangled blog for much more details about this card. 🙂

See you there! XO

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(Multiple sources are linked. Click N&T for Neat and Tangled, PPP for Pretty Pink Posh, SSS for Simon Says Stamp, EH for Ellen Hutson, SCR for Scrobby.) 


Hello! Today I am here with another Saturday Stamp Day card and video.  In today’s video, I’m using the Pandamonium stamp set from Mama Elephant along with other fun and colorful goodies.

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First, I die cut a pretty cloud border using the Stitched Borders 2 die cut set from Pretty Pink Posh. I simply love this die cut set! It includes three stitched borders. My favorite is the one I used today. It would be perfect for baby cards as well. After I die cut the border, I picked out a colorful patterned paper from the Everyday Collection pad from Avery Elle. This paper pad is simply fabulous for card making. It includes lots of small and colorful patterns which are perfect for quick and easy cards like this one!

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As I mentioned in the beginning of this blog post, I used the Pandamonium stamp set from Mama Elephant. This isn’t a brand new set because it has been out there for a while now but I still love it very much. I think it is just wonderful when I am able to keep on using sets. That way you can make a lot out of your products! As always, I finished off my card using Pretty Pink Posh sequins. I know I did this a bazillion times already but I can’t get enough of those sequins. But hey, I’m on the PPP design team so I have an excuse to use these a lot. 😉

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 (Multiple sources are linked. Click SSS for Simon Says Stamp, EH for Ellen Hutson, PPP for Pretty Pink Posh.)