Good evening folks - how are you? We're getting the WMS October stamp release underway and tonight the Design Team and I are bringing you samples showing a new 6x4 stamp set called Flurries. Flurries will be available from the WMS store from 7:00pm on Tuesday 28th - our new static release date.
This set is packed with possibilities and all my samples this evening revolve around only one or two stamps from the set - it's the sort of set that encourages you to play with your inks.
Before I show you my samples, here are the ladies who are previewing with me today, can't wait to see what they have created! Don't forget you can see all the DT cards in one place here on the DT inspiration blog.
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One of the stamps in this 26 piece set is this row of trees, if you are thinking that they look a little familiar that's because they are related to the snowflake one die and also to some of the snowflake stamps that give this set it's name - Flurries.
I included some tear drop shaped stamps in the set that can be used to add colour behind the tree branches, this is a shot of my little row of trees half coloured.
There are also single trees in the set - added flexibility.
I love this little row of stars - perfect for making little starry skies above the mini woodland. Here everything was clear embossed and then cream ink was wiped over.
It's kinda hard to stop stamping these trees once you get started, I love them in Autumnal shades.
Perfect for creating little Autumn forests like the one on this Thansgiving card.
This is a particularly versatile winter set - and I have not even shown you the snowflakes yet!
Hope it tickles.