Monday, April 20, 2020

Sneak Peek: Radiant Plumeria, Potted Rose & Frilly Frames Herringbone

Hello and welcome to day 1 of our Summer Sneak Peek Week!  All this week I am showcasing cards using our newest collection which will begin shipping on Friday, April 24th

Today's sneak peeks include two new 4x6 layering stamp sets for Summer, matching dies and a new standalone die set. Let's jump right in!

Card No. 1:  My first card showcases our new Radiant Plumeria stamps. I started by inking up my cardstock panel with peacock feathers distress ink and then using the Radiant Plumeria Die to cut out an overall flower pattern on my background, leaving ample space between them for my leaves. I then adhered my stamped flowers, twisting and offsetting the petals to allow my card base background to peek through. To emphasize the cutouts, I added foam tape to the back of my card panel before adhering it to my coral cardstock.  For my greeting, I stamped "hello there" from the stamp set onto a stitched label from our Sliding Window Dies
Sunny Studio Blog: Hello There Tropical Flower Cutout Card (using Radiant Plumeria, Potted Rose & Label from Sliding Window Dies)

Card No. 2:  The plumeria flower in our Radiant Plumeria stamps can be layered in one of two ways; one going the traditional route with a series of colors in the same color group or using an alternate layer that allows you to change the center color.  For these plumeria's I chose to forgo the B layer to create a white & yellow plumeria and them paired them with our Hawaiian Hibiscus Stamps.

The radiant plumeria set comes with a really awesome split leaf philodendron that is magical to layer and even better it's so easy to line up, you don't even need a positioning tool to mass produce them. I arranged my floral arrangement on a slimline style card (9" wide x 4" high) which I inked up in the center with salty ocean distress ink, adding a custom sentiment using our Phoebe Alphabet Stamps together with our Banner Basics Stamps.



Sunny Studio Blog: Aloha Tropical Flower Slimline Card (using Radiant Plumeria, Banner Basics & Hawaiian Hibiscus Stamps)



Card No. 3:
 My third card showcases all the leaves from the Radiant Plumeria Stamps, as well as the flower which I stamped in two different shades of pink. The fan palm leaf is just one layer so to add some extra variation I first stamped it in one color and then used a finger dauber to sponge on some darker ink onto my stamp before stamping it again.  It gives it a shaded appearance and the look of a multi-layered image.

With this release we have a new Frilly Frame to add to our series called Frilly Frames Herringbone Dies. For this card I used them in a different way, using the negative space that the dies cut out.  I cut a template with the die from copy paper that I added to my card panel with some washi tape.  I then set to work adhering cut down pieces of foam tape to the back of each piece, using my template to position them on my card. When I was done, it was easy to just pull out the template and if I need to tear it out that would be easy to do as well (but it didn't turn out to be necessary).  I used the word "birthday" for my sentiment using the word die from our Blooming Frame Dies.
Sunny Studio Blog: Tropical Flowers Birthday Card (using Radiant Plumeria, Frilly Frames Herringbone Dies & Birthday word from Blooming Frame Dies)


Card No. 4:  Up next is a card using our scalloped Fancy Frames Square dies arranged on the diagonal like a diamond.  I backed the opening with a piece of hot pink cardstock and heat embossed my greeting using the sentiment stamps from the Radiant Plumeria stamps

I then adhered the flowers and leaves in a symmetrical pattern to the back of my frame before adhering it to a navy card base, trimming off the excess with my scissors. Some pink iridescent confetti from our iridescent pastel confetti pack were the perfect finishing touch to give my card a little shine.
Sunny Studio Blog: Tropical Flowers Summer Hugs Pink & Navy Diamond Card (using Radiant Plumeria & Fancy Frames Square Dies)

Here's an example of all the leaves and flowers I stamped out using the Radiant Plumeria set.  Sadly I didn't get around to using a couple of the color combinations for today's cards, but I wanted to make sure to share them...
Sunny Studio Stamps: Radiant Plumeria Layered Flower & Tropical Leaves Stamp Set Summer 2020 Sneak Peek

Card No. 5:  Switching gears, my next set of cards feature our new Potted Rose stamps. The set includes a layered rosebud, leaf, terracotta pot (both layered and an outline version for two different looks) and a beautiful hello word with 3 supporting words to pair with it.

For my first card I focused on just the rose and leaf to create an overall background.  I started by inking up a card panel and then stamping it in the same color using the polka-dot print from our Background Basics Stamps.  When I was done I felt it was a bit darker than I had wanted so I added a piece of vellum over the top adhering it to my cardstock, hiding the adhesive behind each of my roses. When I trimmed down my panel, the edge caught and tore in my trimmer so I decided to just embrace it and cut the panel down more and add the gingham print edge using our Classic Gingham Papers.

As finishing touches, I used the label from our Fancy Frames Rectangle Dies which I stamped with a sentiment from our Heartfelt Wishes Stamps.  I then added a little scalloped edge using our Eyelet Lace Border Dies.

Sunny Studio Blog: Yellow & Blue Polka-dot Rosebud Best Wishes Card (using Potted Rose, Background Basics & Heartfelt Wishes Stamps, Fancy Frames Rectangle Dies & Classic Gingham Paper)

Card No. 6:  My next card is a clean & simple design which was created almost entirely with our Potted Rose stamps (aside from the Stitched Arch Dies which I will be sharing more of on Thursday).  I arranged my four roses together in the pot which I stamped my sentiment directly onto.  To give my pot a bit of weight and not make it look like it's just floating there, I added a little shadow with my Copic W1 marker.
Sunny Studio Blog: Hello Friend Rosebuds in Terracotta Pot Card (using Potted Rose Stamps & Stitched Arch Dies)

Card No. 7: Up next is an encouragement card using the Potted Rose stamps with our Botanical Backdrop dies.  To help the die-cut frame match the look of my stamped leaves, I drew on some veins with the brush tip of my sketch marker. 

I inked up my card base with some spun sugar distress ink and created a custom sentiment by mixing three separate sets.  I spelled out "hugs" with our Loopy Letter dies, the ampersand is from our Festive Greetings Stamps and the word "prayers" is from our Angelic Sentments Stamps.

Sunny Studio Blog: Hugs & Prayers Pink & Green Rosebud Card (using Potted Rose Stamps & Botanical Backdrop Dies)

Card No. 8:  Do the roses from our Potted Rose stamps look familiar?  They were designed to compliment our popular Everything's Rosy Stamps so of course I had to create a card featuring them together. I was always sad I wasn't able to squeeze a third rose onto that stamp set so this was such a wonderful opportunity to add one and I can't wait to create more cards in the future mixing these two sets!  


For this card I inked up the center of my card base with some twisted citron distress ink and then layered it with a background mixing two of our frilly frames (which are designed to mix and match with each other). I used our new Frilly Frames Herringbone Dies for the inside of my panel and then cut the outside edge using our Frilly Frames Retro Petal dies. Our new herringbone frame cuts the opposite way, creating an opening with the stitching on the other side of the cutline.

I completed my card with a sentiment taking the word "birthday" from our Quilted Hexagon Dies and "wishes" from our Heartfelt Wishes Stamps. I heat embossed the greeting onto a banner from our Banner Basics Stamps, which I colored using a no-line coloring technique.
Sunny Studio Blog: Red & Green Rose Bouquet Birthday Card (using Potted Rose, Everything's Rosy, Banner Basics & Heartfelt Wishes Stamps and Frilly Frames Herringbone Dies)

Card No. 9:  For this card I wanted to utilize the outlined flowerpot image from the Potted Rose set which compliments the images in our Pink Peonies Stamps.  I stamped my peony flowers in VersaFine Clair Charming Pink ink with the leaves in VersaFine Clair Verdant Ink and then heat embossed them with clear embossing powder.  For my color medium I turned to Daniel Smith watercolors.  I then added some dots of yellow liquid enamel by Ranger.

To turn my flower pot into a shaker, I used a small circle punch in the center and then used my scissors to cut a small shadow around the inside of the flower pot.  I then traced that shape that I fussy cut out onto my watercolored panel to repeat the process, cutting my watercolor paper opening just slightly larger so that I wouldn't see it peeking out from behind my flower pot.  I used a glue pen to adhere my pot to my background and then added a piece of acetate to the back of my watercolor paper.  I then added foam tape around that opening and the remaining card panel before adding my Studio Katia Crystal Clear Mini sequins and a piece of rust cardstock to compliment my pot.  


I finished my card with a strip of aqua striped paper from our Silly Stripes Paper pack and a simple hello sentiment from the Potted Rose set which I heat embossed with white embossing powder.

Sunny Studio Blog: Peony & Terracotta Pot Sequin Shaker Card (using Potted Rose & Pink Peonies Stamps, Striped Silly Paper)

Card No. 10: For my last card of the day, I paired the terracotta pot from the Potted Rose set with our Timeless Tulips Stamps for a slimline card.  To create a sort of dreamy cloud background, I purposely inked up my background, leaving some patches lighter and uninked. I added some of the tulips and leaves directly to my card base and then popped up some of them with foam tape to give my arrangement a dimensional look.

To ground my flower arrangement I added a band of white cardstock which I edged with our Stitched Scallop Dies. I cut a thin strip of striped paper for a pop of color using our Rainbow Bright Paper pack and stamped a greeting from our Cheerful Daisies Stamps.


Sunny Studio Blog: Tulips & Terracotta Pot Spring Smiles Slimline Card (using Potted Rose, Timeless Tulips, & Cheerful Daisies Stamps, Stitched Scallop Dies and Rainbow Bright Paper)

To help you line up our layered stamps like a pro I've created a special layering guide (you can click on the photo below to view it larger).  The guide shows the stamps starting with the lightest ink color, working towards the darkest, but sometimes I find it easier to start backwards. They both work depending on what your preference is.  The black outline indicates where that layer touches the previously stamped layer.  :)
Sunny Studio Blog: Layered Radiant Plumeria Tropical Flower Stamp Color Layering Guide
Sunny Studio Blog: Layered Potted Rose Terracotta Pot & Rosebud Stamp Color Layering Guide

I frequently am asked which ink colors I used for my layered images.  While I think there are so many great options out there, these are the colors I used today for my stamped images:

Pink & Orange Plumeria (stamped samples only)
Colorbox Razzleberry
Pinkfresh Studio Sparkling Rose
Pinkfresh Studio Apricot
Catherine Pooler Tiki Torch
Colorbox Tangerine
Lawn Fawn Pumpkin Spice

Dk. Hot Pink & Yellow Plumeria (Card No. 4)
Colorbox Raspberry Pink
Versafine Charming Pink
Colorbox Lemonade
Versafine Cheerful
Colorbox Banana
Pinkfresh Studio Apricot

Hot Pink & Yellow Plumeria (Card No. 3 & 4)
Versafine Charming PinkColorbox Candy
Colorbox Lemonade
Versafine Cheerful
Colorbox Banana
Pinkfresh Studio Apricot


Pink & Yellow Plumeria (Card No. 3)
Hero Arts Ultra Pink
Gina K Bubblegum Pink
Lawn Fawn Butter
Pinkfresh Studio Lemon Whip
Lawn Fawn Sunflower
Pinkfresh Studio Apricot

Peachy Pink Plumeria (Card No. 1)
Colorbox Cherry
Lawn Fawn Ballet Slippers
Colorbox Capri Pink
Stampin' Up Blushing Bride
Colorbox Cantaloupe
Versafine Tulip Red

White & Yellow Plumeria (Card No. 2)
SSS Barely Beige
Skipped This Layer- No Ink

Colorbox Lemonade
Versafine Cheerful
Colorbox Banana
Pinkfresh Studio Apricot


Yellow Rose (Card No. 5)
Colorbox Lemonade
Versafine Cheerful
Colorbox Banana
Colorbox Dandelion


Yellow Tulips (Card No. 10)Colorbox Lemonade
Versafine Cheerful
Colorbox Banana
Pinkfresh Studio Apricot

Pink Rose & Tulips 
(Card No. 6 & 10)

Gina K Bubblegum Pink
Hero Arts Ultra Pink
Versafine Charming Pink
Gina K Passionate Pink


Pinkish Red Rose (Card  No. 7)
Colorbox Cherry
Versafine Glamorous
Colorbox Fireberry
Colorbox Cranberry

Red Hibiscus, Rose & Tulip (Card No. 2, 8 & 10)
Versafine Tulip Red
Colorbox Strawberry
Colorbox Candy Red
Colorbox Cranberry

Lime Green Leaves (Card No. 2)

Colorbox Limon
VersaMark Verdant
Colorbox Grasshopper

Medium Green Leaves (Card 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 & 7)

Hero Arts Green Hills
MFT Green Room
Colorbox Green Apple


Dark Green Leaves (Card  No. 2, 3, 4, 8 & 10)
Colorbox Grasshopper
Colorbox Green Apple
Colorbox Golf Course

Olive Green Leaves (Card No. 5)
Colorbox Kiwi
Colorbox Luxuriant Green
Colorbox Artichoke

Terracotta Pot (Card No. 6 & 8)
Colorbox Pumpkin Pie (or SSS Orange Peel)
Hero Arts Just Rust
Colorbox Pumpkin


That wraps up today's sneak peeks.  I know that's quite a bit of information and it means so much to have you hang out with me today. I'd love to give a $40 gift code to one lucky winner using the rafflecopter below.  Make sure to keep checking back all this week for more peeks & prizes for up to five chances to win. The contests run through Saturday at Midnight PST with winners announced here on Sunday, April 26th. :)

a Rafflecopter giveaway Here's a closer look at the new Radiant Plumeria stamps & coordinating diesPotted Rose stamps & coordinating dies as well as the new Frilly Frames Herringbone Dies used today (which will be available for purchase on Friday, April 24th).

Sunny Studio Blog: Radiant Plumeria Tropical Flowers 4x6 Clear Photopolymer Stamp Set    Sunny Studio Blog: Potted Rose Rosebud with Terracotta Pot 4x6 Clear Photopolymer Stamp Set

Sunny Studio Blog: Radiant Plumeria Coordinating Metal Cutting Dies    Sunny Studio Blog: Potted Rose Coordinating Metal Cutting Dies

Sunny Studio Stamps: Frilly Frames Herringbone A2 Background Backdrop with Stitched Frame Metal Cutting Dies


 Other Supplies Used:
Angelic Sentiments Stamps
Angelic Sentiments Stamps
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Heartfelt Wishes Stamps
Heartfelt Wishes Stamps
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Stitched Scallop Dies
Stitched Scallop Dies
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Timeless Tulips Stamps
Timeless Tulips Stamps
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Festive Greetings Stamps
Festive Greetings Stamps
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Fancy Frames-Square Dies
Fancy Frames-Square Dies
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Fancy Frames- Rectangles
Fancy Frames- Rectangles
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Background Basics Stamps
Background Basics Stamps
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Classic Gingham 6x6 Paper
Classic Gingham 6x6 Paper
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Striped Silly 6x6 Paper
Striped Silly 6x6 Paper
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Rainbow Bright 6x6 Paper
Rainbow Bright 6x6 Paper
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Sliding Window Dies
Sliding Window Dies
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Loopy Letters Dies
Loopy Letters Dies
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Everything's Rosy Stamps
Everything's Rosy Stamps
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Everything's Rosy Dies
Everything's Rosy Dies
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Botanical Backdrop Die
Botanical Backdrop Die
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Hawaiian Hibiscus Stamps
Hawaiian Hibiscus Stamps
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Hawaiian Hibiscus  Dies
Hawaiian Hibiscus Dies
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Frilly Frames Retro Petals Dies
Frilly Frames Retro Petals Dies
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Banner Basics Stamps
Banner Basics Stamps
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Banner Basics Dies
Banner Basics Dies
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Cheerful Daisies Stamps
Cheerful Daisies Stamps
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Phoebe Alphabet Stamps
Phoebe Alphabet Stamps
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Pink Peonies Stamps
Pink Peonies Stamps
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Pink Peonies Dies
Pink Peonies Dies
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Blooming Frame Die
Blooming Frame Die
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Eyelet Lace Borders
Eyelet Lace Borders
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Stitched Arch Dies
Stitched Arch Dies
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Iridescent Pastel Confetti
Iridescent Pastel Confetti
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Crystal Clear Mini Sequins
Crystal Clear Mini Sequins
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99 comments:

  1. What beautiful creations, and what fantastic stamp sets!

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  2. I am so impressed with your layering stamps, they just amaze me! And those Frilly frames are awesome. Looking forward to the week of peeks.

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  3. I am in love with these news sets!!! Such gorgeous cards.

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  4. I miss more of a carefree life. I hate how everyone/everywhere, practically, there is hysteria. My family is not into the hysteria. Let's get back to work so the economy, and peoples' lives, aren't ruined. It is just too much. So I miss real life.

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  5. I really like the Quilted Hexagon die and the Radiant Plumeria stamp and die. Am putting these on my wish list.

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  6. These cards are amazing. What fun sets these will be. I love all the layered flowers, and that flowerpot - oh my - so many possibilities for use with your other flower sets. The dies are all amazing too. Thank you for including the layering guides and ALL the color combinations you used. That is SO helpful.

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  7. I agree with the post above from sharon g. I can't say it better.

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  8. I miss going to church, church choir and our monthly church stamping group.

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  9. I miss walking with my mom at the mall once a week, browsing the Target store and going to church.

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  10. I miss my grandchildren. They live nearby but I haven't been able to hug them in weeks. I can't wait to see their precious faces again. As for this release -- Wow! I love florals and the radiant plumeria is gorgeous. Beautiful cards.

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  11. These are absolutely gorgeous, I love plumeria, one of my favorite scents!!!

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  12. Your second card takes me back to Hawaii!
    Just stunning....

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  13. Beautiful cards today, I miss eating out with my friends and seeing my family.

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  14. Polymeric and hibiscus are my favorite flowers. I love the use of both sets here and will be getting both once the plumeria set is available!

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    1. *Plumeria and hibiscus. Where are my glasses?!? LOL

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  15. I love the Aloha Slimline card...but then again all the cards are very pretty...

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  16. Love these ideas. The stamp sets are refreshing.

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  17. I cannot believe you have a flower pot coming out! I’ve have been searching for one just like this! There are none! So excited!!!!

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  18. Oh my goodness...so many lovely cards and the new sets are amazing. I LOVE the potted roses and that flower pot is going to be so handy for loads of projects. So can't wait for them to be available! Thanks for sharing your lovely projects!

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  19. The plumeria are beautiful! I love all the flowers! Stunning cards and card designs!!! I miss going to the gym and teaching my fitness classes the most. I am a personal trainer and fitness instructor so I am now unemployed :(

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  20. I am spending my days focusing on only the GOOD!!! I am so happy and thankful for friends & family! And I am so very EXCITED about Friday's release!!! So far I love/want it all!!!❤❤❤ The pot is my MUST MUST MUST have!!!

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  21. Love everything I am seeing, looking forward to Friday!!

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  22. I LOVE every single item in this release! It makes me yearn for summer! In my neck of the woods snow is in the forcast this week, so these stamps and dies are a welcome distraction.

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  23. I L-O-V-E the plumerias. Just gorgeous!

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  24. Ooh, love the plumeria and hibiscus florals and the frilly frames herringbone die is fabulous. I think the Aloha card was my fave.

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  25. Mendi - always love your sneak peeks - rainbows of happiness.
    Love that potted roses!!!

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  26. I am in love with the plumerias stamp sry! Absolutely gorgeous! When I was in high school I worked at a cart at the mall selling plumeria plants. I love how then smell and look!

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  27. Wow! So many lovely cards from these beautiful flower sets!
    Social distancing hasn't been too difficult for me, but I do miss being able to get together with my sister for lunch, laughs and crafts!

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  28. I'm very fortunate to not have the social distancing affect me too much. I do miss going into Home Depot without having to wait outside to be let in one at a time... LOL! This release is amazing! So far everything has made my list :) Julie (@simplysilhouette)

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  29. such lovely cars - and great inspiration - thank you:)
    I miss going shopping for crafty items - lol!!

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  30. These florals are glorious, love all the options for leaves and the sweet Potted Rose set. I miss my Girl Scouts meetings the most.

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  31. Love the flower pot stamp set and the herringbone die. I miss most not being able to visit my grandson. I also miss physical therapy and the medical appointments I had set up...too afraid to go to the doctor's office for nonvirus issues! Thanks for all the crafty inspiration.

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  32. I LOVE all of these gorgeous flowers!

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  33. Wow, nothing like all these beautiful card designs and new stamps and dies to lift one's spirits since we can be social right now, I certainly miss my kids and grand kids and my friends, I just miss the life we used to have!!

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  34. Lovely cards. Excited about this new release!!

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  35. The thing I miss most is not being with my granddaughter every day. And being with my family. Love the pretty flowers and the herringbone frame.

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  36. I love your cards! So much inspiration. I see that I am about to spend some money!!!

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  37. These cards are just beautiful! I love your frilly frames dies and have them all! They are my go to for card backgrounds. I love using them as a peek through and also paper piecing them. With social distancing I miss my lunches/dinners with my girlfriends. Chips, queso, margaritas, and laughs are my therapy and I'm missing it terribly!!

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  38. Yay for sneak peek time!! Your new products are amazing as are all of your card samples! Love he potted roses! So pretty. I miss going out to dinner with my hubby and going for coffee with my friends! Hopefully things will get back to “normal” soon but I’m kind of concerned about what our new “normal” will look like.

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  39. Gorgeous cards! I love them all! I definitely miss church and being able to go out to dinner with hubby & friends! Also, just being able to go to the store and walk around and browse!

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  40. Wow what an inspiration first day! Awesome cards. I miss my coworkers and just being able to freely go to the store.

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  41. Beautiful layering stamps. Excited to see what’s coming up this week!

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  42. Beautiful cards, looking forward to the release.

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  43. I'm in love with the Radiant Plumeria set. I can't wait to add it to my collection.

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  44. Wow, I'm inspired to do flower cards now. Can't wait to see what else is coming up! I love the gorgeous card examples.

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  45. I love how well the plumeria and hibiscus look together and the potted roses are amazing! I'm also in awe of the amount of time it must have taken for you to create the herringbone background using all the negative pieces. Wow! Beautiful release!!

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  46. Wow these are gorgeous cards!

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  47. So pretty! Love how you added the little black mark to line up layered stamps!

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  48. I want to go craft shopping in a store!!! Gorgeous flowers in this release!!

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  49. I'm warming up the credit card...this set is yummy...and it will be MINE soon!!

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  50. What a lovely release! I love the flowerpot die - I love shakers so really love that die for that use. During the quarantine, I miss just being able to go where I want, when I want. I know I can shop online, but I prefer to shop at the stores.

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  51. Love those roses! So pretty!
    I have a list of non-essentials that we need to finish up house and craft projects so I just want to go shopping! lol

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  52. I really miss my extended family!! I love the cards with this sneak peek. That flowerpot die is awesome!

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  53. Plumerias are my absolute favorite flower.. They smell and look amazing!

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  54. These cards are absolutely beautiful! I love that Radiant Plumeria... so stunning! Can't wait for the rest of the sneaks and for Friday!

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  55. love all the flowers and the colours are beautiful!

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  56. I really miss being with family. Love the fabulous release.

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  57. You have created a beautiful garden of greetings. All of the new items you've shown today are spectacular. ♥

    I really miss my grandbabies and cannot wait to resume our weekly dinners.

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  58. Great spring cards! Love all supplies 🍃greqt new release

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  59. I can not wait to give everyone a HUG... and go Out to Eat!

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  60. These are all gorgeous!! I miss my grandkids the most!

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  61. OMG!!! Love this plumeria set!! <3 <3 <3 I've been living in tropical islands (of US) for 20 + years, and plumeria has been my fav. flower!! I already have your hibiscus set! OMG, OMG! I must have this!!

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  62. Beautiful cards! I'm partial to the rose.
    Rosalie

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  63. Wish I could go to the grocery store without worrying.

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  64. Oh Mendi there is so much to love, and it's only day one. Sends me back to Hawaii with all those beautiful plumeria in such gorgeous colors. Can't wait to spend time with my daughters in person. Yesterday was my husband's bday and they sang from the driveway...

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  65. These are all gorgeous cards. I can't wait to hug my children and grandchildren.

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  66. First of all--love the new release so far! It's so nice to have something to look forward to each day! I miss being able to visit family!

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  67. Gorgeous cards! Loving all of the beautiful floral cards!
    I am missing going out to lunch at a restaurant! And going to the gym!

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  68. These are amazing! I have the Everything's Rosy stamp set, so I am totally loving the coordinating Potted Roses set! As for the Stay Home orders, I think I miss shopping the most. I love to wonder the aisles of Ross, Marshalls and Bed Bath and Beyond. Altho it's been good for my wallet!! lol!

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  69. Gorgeous cards! I really miss spending time with my family and friends.

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  70. Love these new floral stamp sets. The potted rose is perfect with the Everything's Rosy set. I miss so many things and can't wait to see my Mom and Dad. I also would love to go shopping!

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  71. Lovely cards showcasing
    all the new goodies! I
    can't wait to go eat out
    at our favorite BBQ
    Steakhouse!
    Carla from Utah

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  72. Love these new floral stamps & the beautiful layering effect that you get using different shades of ink! Really gorgeous cards! These stamps are perfect for Spring & Summer themed cards!

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  73. Love the new flower stamps! Can't wait to start gardening!

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  74. I miss getting together with my church cardmaking group. We have a card ministry for the shut-ins and people in nursing homes. We also take turns teaching techniques during the meetings. We are still sending cards to people, but I miss the personal connection of meeting with crafty friends.

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  75. I miss watching my kids play the sports they love, it’s so sad to not being running to games and such. I also miss the kids I work with and not getting to say goodbye.

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  76. Oooh I love these. Perfect for summer time done with some very happy color schemes!

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  77. The layering stamps look great! I could see so many uses for these.

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  78. The layering stamps are wonderful.

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  79. That layered plumeria is amazing!!!

    The very first thing we are going to do when everything opens up again is go to the library!! We are a homeschooling family and all the kids miss the library fiercely!

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  80. Wow! What an amazing new release. I love the plumerias and they go along beautifully with your hibiscus set. I adore the rose buds, they really compliment the rosy set that I love.

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  81. So pretty! We are going to see our son and daughter in law who are back at home while we have been snowbirds!

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  82. I miss seeing my parents and my husband's side of the family. We're all close and see each other weekly or more.

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  83. Love the layered stamps & love that flower pot!

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  84. So many beautiful cards! I especially love the plumeria and hibiscus. And I love all of your frilly frames - gorgeous!

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  85. My favorite is the Herringbone die!

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  86. SWOON!! I absolutely LOVE the NEW Products and the STUNNING Inspiration that you've shared!!
    I MISS Coaching Soccer and T-Ball through our local YMCA!! My husband Adam and I have been Coaching for the last 8 years and it's been REALLY hard knowing that we're missing out on the Seasons this year!! I KNOW its for the best, but it doesn't make it any less hard!! THANKS SO MUCH for sharing and for the chances to WIN!! Have a FABULOUS RELEASE WEEK!!

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  87. Love the new stamps and dies.
    One thing I miss the most now is playing with new craft supplies as in India, courier services are closed.

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  88. Beautiful florals! I miss seeing my family - especially my mom - and hiking in the mountains, as all our provincial and national parks here in Canada are closed to the public.
    ~carol

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  89. I'm always excited to see what you do with layering stamps, and I particularly love plumeria, so this is doubly fun. I also really like the idea of having a nice layering pot to go with all your pretty flowers.

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  90. These layering stamps are just gorgeous. Love this new herringbone die as well.

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  91. I miss being able to be with my family. Love the layered flower stamps.

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  92. Such pretty floral sets! Right now I don't miss anything bc of social distancing....however so far our seasonal trailer park is closed. Hopefully that will open soon so we don't miss much of glamping season!

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  94. I miss my kids' sports. I miss watching them play and hanging out with the other parents.

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