Hello everyone, Tonic released last week two gorgeous traditional stamp sets on Create and Craft.
The sets are called Winter Birds and Glorious Poinsettia and they might be available on the Tonic shops at the end of November.
You can see the live demo on Create and Craft here – video only available for 7 days.
So I just wanted to share with you very basic ideas to feature some of the images in the sets.
I totally love bird themed stamp sets as they are so versatile and perfect to create cards for any occasion.
For winter and Christmas cards Robins and Cardinals will be always my favorites. Those small robins are just too cute!
So I’m loving Winter Birds Stamp set by Tonic Studios.
The set includes 31 pieces. A small birdhouse, 3 bird designs, pines cones and branches, leaves, snow textures, cherries ..loads of images that you can use to build different wreath designs or compositions.
I just stamped the Cardinal twice and applied colours using Nuvo Alcohol Markers.
One of the things I like the most about this set are the long sentiments that will also allow you to stamp the inside of the cards.
A silent night, a star above, a blessed gift of hope and love.
A merry Christmas to you and your family
May your heart and home be filled with all the joys the festive season brings.
Glorious Poinsettia is a 16 pieces layering stamp set to easily and quick stamp different compositions.
The bold images in this set will allow you to fill in with colour some of the outlined images so colouring won’t be a problem. However, if you want to enjoy colouring all you have to do is to grab your fav colouring medium and enjoy some time adding different colours to the beautiful images.
As always the most difficult part will be choosing the colours and exploring possibilities. I kept it simple!
You can stamp your images on any material, also using Nuvo Hybrid Ink or if you prefer you can also do some heat embossing on vellum and embellish the flowers with Nuvo drops.
The sky is the limit!
Thas all for today. I hope you enjoyed the shows on Create and Craft with our fabulous Jodie!
Thank you very much for stopping by!