Nov 13, 2019

Sweet 'n Sassy November Release Hop and Giveaway

We're celebrating 12 years this month, and our November release is filled with all the things we love about Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps! We're thrilled about the new stamps available in the shop and are so excited to share the projects we've been working on with you! Read on for a bit of inspiration and a little walk through of our new release, then hop along to the blogs linked below for all sorts of papercrafting inspiration. Be sure to leave comments because there is a $10 gift card up for grabs. You have until 10pm EST November 19th to leave comments. 

For my samples I used Poinsettia Greetings in two different ways.  My first card, I stamped the large poinsettia with the Fadeout ink and then colored it using the Marlyn Red and Green Goddess Atelier inks

The second sample I stamped the image with my favorite embossing ink and then embossed it with white powder. I used the Life Changing Blender Brushes and My Jam Purple Atelier ink for the background

Here are the participating blogs don't forget to leave a comment to be eligible to win. 

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  1. Love your contribution! The November release is beautiful as well! Hopping on over to the next blog...have a blessed day!

  2. Beautiful cards, Ceal! Love them both!

  3. Well done! Your first card has a vintage old fashion look to it, love that! Thank you for showing a different way to color the poinsettia

  4. Beautiful cards with this lovely poinsettia stamp! Great release!

  5. Both cards are so
    pretty and love the
    purple one!
    Carla from Utah

  6. This poinsettia is so big & bold - love it!
    And yay for the purple; my fave color so it's
    my favorite.

  7. Your poinsettia cards are so very gorgeous!

  8. Beautiful cards. I don't think I would have thought to do purple with the poinsettia, but it looks fabulous!! Blessings.

  9. So fun - love the purple!!

  10. I like how you've shown two very different ways to use the poinsettia from this new release. First, it is a very traditional look with the red and green. Next is a more contemporary purple design. It just goes to show the versatility of a single stamp, and how it can be enjoyed by a wide variety of people. I honestly can't decide which one I like better!! ;)


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