Friday, November 15, 2019

Stampin' Up! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop | Toile Tidings Suite

Hello there stamping friends! Welcome to the Stampin' Up!Artisan Design Team Blog Hop, where this month we are all about the beautifully festive Toile Tidings Suite.


This suite is traditional in its Garden Green and Real Red colours. The Toile Tidings Designer Series Paper features traditional toile designs, the Toile Christmas Stamp Set has the gorgeous Cardinal Bird combined with sophisticated seasonal greetings and then the Tidings All Around Stamp set and coordinating dies have fun wreath tidings of comfort and joy to everyone! Combined with the two stamp sets in this suite and DSP is the beautiful and stunning Toile Tidings Gift Wrap, two gorgeous matching ribbons and cute embellishments. There is so much to love in this amazing suite!


One thing that really stuck out to me in this amazing suite is the stunning wreath die from the
All-Around Wreath Dies that coordinate with the Tidings All Around Stamp Set. I've got three different projects for you today with three different looks on creating with the wreath die.


My first project uses the wreath die cut from Water Colour paper and then 'coloured' over with Garden Green Ink and an Aqua Painter. I love the mottled look to the wreath with the variations of colour, from the lightest shade of Garden Green to the full strength. Once the wreath was dry I painted over Clear Wink of Stella to add to the shimmery and festive feel of the card.

Layered with the watercolour wreath is the wreath image, from the Tidings All Around Stamp Set,  embossed in Gold Stampin' Emboss powder on Shimmery White Cardstock, a Vellum Die Cut Wreath and then the watercolour Wreath on top. Don't you just love soft and pretty look?


The second project for today again layers the wreath die cut but this time I've embossed the top layer with the Subtle 3D Embossing Folder. This just give the die cut some added texture and dimension. How cute does the wreath look with some of the Cherry Cobbler Rhinestones from the Holiday Rhinestone Basic Jewels? Very Christmassy! Layer the wreath with some embossed vellum and some Gold Glimmer die cuts and you have one gorgeous project.


The last project is a gorgeous little gift box using the Gold Mini Pizza Boxes. These Pizza Boxes are so stunning and will make any gift look so extra. I've layered three different colours here for the wreath die cuts - Pear Pizzazz, Pool Party and Garden Green. On the top layer, using a sponge dauber, swipe the edges with Versamark Ink and then heat emboss some Gold Stampin' Emboss Powder over that.  Slide the belly band off with all the layers and then you'll be able to get to the gift inside.


I've stuck with the same elements, embellishments and trim for all three projects for a coordinated look. The sentiment banner just screamed out to me to use with the chalkboard technique and adding things like Linen Thread and Gold Glimmer Paper always add to that 'special' look. These projects I've created today would even make for a fun 'extra special' class or some projects for a customer/demo crafting day.


Its amazing how that we all are using the same products yet we all have created something very different from each other. So make sure that you hop on now to Stesha Bloodhart in the U.S. for her super amazing projects. I think I say this every time but you will not be disappointed with what she has for you today. That girl is just amazing!!!

https://stampinhoot.com/2019/11/artisan-nov-fb/



If you want to see some other projects using the Toile Tidings suite check out my post Here.

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2 comments:


  1. OH Rochelle! First I thought ... um it's a bit simple. After I read the article ... As always everything is in the subtlety and the delicate addition in your projects. Finally, I can say, I love these creations! xx

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Thank You for taking the time to comment on my creations! I really love to hear what you think and will try to respond as soon as I can! Rochelle xo

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