Saturday, 7 September 2013

SNSS September Release Blog Hop Day 1



Hello and welcome to Day 1 of Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Mini Blog Hops celebrating the September Releases - today we're showcasing the matching stamp and die sets:

and

My goodness, what a fabulous and versatile set, this one will get 
you all the way through the year for nearly every occasion!
For my first card above I created a birthday card with sponging and stitching.  
This particular wreath is extremely easy and quick to color and with the
 matching die, it makes creating even easier!



For my second card, I created a door with the negative die cuts from a window die. 
 I got this idea from Ruth Hamilton's blog.  I popped up the 
negative die-cuts on a white panel, 
scoring around the edges, then framed it in black.
 The gold brad was one I stole from my husbands desk, but it works just fine for a door handle!  The wreath is coloured with copics and popped up.

Now check out all of the fabulous wreaths and sentiments below along with the matching dies:





Stamp set includes 5 images and 19 mix and match sentiments
Set measures approximately 6" x 8"
The wreath images measure approximately 2 1/4" wide
Designed by Korin Sutherland
Stamp set is $26
Die set is $33.25
Bundle (a $59.25 value) is $53

Check out some of the wonderful samples made by our 
very talented DT in the thumbnails below.

Be sure and leave a comment on each of the blogs along the way as Korin is giving away 
(6) $15 store credits (1 winner will be chosen from each of the 6 blog hops).
The deadline to comment for a chance to win is midnight EST Friday, September 13th.  The list of winners will be announced on the
website homepage by Monday, September 16th.

Thanks so much for stopping by, enjoy the hop!

35 comments:

Kristen said...

You show how versatile this set is! Love the door idea. Great cards!

merrymstamper said...

LOVE the door!! Bridget, your wreaths are absolutely beautiful!

guilinger2 said...

I love this card! and thanks for sharing how you made the door

Sue D said...

I like the pretty color combo on the first and the door you created on the second.

Janis said...

Oh...how lovely!! Your birthday wreath card is just so pretty.
<3 J

Ceal said...

Love the colors on the birthday one and your door is Gorgeous!

Heather said...

These are both so beautiful!! That birthday card is so spring-like, but is also perfect for an anytime birthday card. And I love the Christmas card! The wreath is stunning on all that white!

Lee Ann Barrett said...

Both cards are just stunning, Bridget! Love the colors in the floral wreath and love the creative use of the window die on the Christmas card.

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

Wow...you really rocked this set!!!

JD/ Jill said...

So beautiful! I wish I could have a class with you that you could show me how your put your fabulous color comos together...You are so good at that! It my book the best!

craftymom205 said...

Beautiful cards.

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Scrappin' Diva said...

Gorgeous cards! Love the stitching on the first card and love the use of the negative die cuts from the door die. Both cards are so striking!

Tenia Nelson said...

What gorgeous cards!! :)

diane (cookiestamper) said...

Bridget, your door card is stunning! I love how you used the negative diecuts! So clever.

Cathymac said...

Love the beautiful colors on your first card, Bridget, and the door card made with the window dies is so creative! Your cards are always so clean and striking...I can always tell a Bridget card! Hugs!

Pam~ said...

Fabulous cards! Lovin' your door and your coloring is beautiful! Great inspiration here!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Beautiful projects. I love the layout and colors of your first card. TFS

Pati said...

Very pretty wreath cards! Lovely spring colors on with the flower wreath, pretty papers & layout with the banner & bow, all that stitching! Very cool Christmas wreath card with the door background. I like your use of white, the black frame to separate it from the base & the pop of color from the wreath!

Mary-Anne V said...

wow what great cards...love the colours on the first and how you made the door on the last. Great stamp set!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Beautiful cards Bridget. Love your coloring and the crisp look on both cards. The door looks fabulous with the wreath image! Neat idea.

Lynne said...

You did such a great job on both your cards. This set looks so versatile.

Susie said...

*sigh* They're both gorgeous! I really like this set and you're so right, tons of ways to use these wreaths. Your coloring and choice of papers ~ lovely! And how cute is that door!? : )

Jennifer Garvin said...

beautiful cards!

Dawn Barrett said...

I like how you show cased a spring and a winter card...using this set. Love the fresh spring colors!

Indy said...

What beautiful cards! I especially like the layout and colors of the birthday card...they work so well together!

Julie S. said...

Your cards are beautiful! That door card is very creative!

Stamping with grace said...

I love your cards. the card with the door is very creative.
Good job

Mrs. GraceWorks said...

GORGEOUS cards! I love that door! And the pretty pink on the first card. Sigh!

BTW thanks for your sweet comments on my DD's cards. It made her day!!

Tricia

Sabrina said...

Both cards are gorgeous!!

Janeen said...

these both brought a smile to my face. nice creativity.

Patricia H. said...

Both of your cards turned out wonderfully, and your coloring is as gorgeous as always! But the door card stole my heart - the white door with the rounded fanlight at the top and the wreath on the front reminds me of the front door of my parents' home, where I grew up.
Oh - and you did not "steal" the brad. You "permanently borrowed" it. Doesn't that sound nicer? ;)

Laurie said...

What a fabulous door you've created! Stunning!

Debbey Kouri said...

Wow, I love both of these..very versatile set..going on my wish list...

mypurplehouse said...

I love them both! They both just make me oohh and ahh! great inspiration! Thanks!
lyn

JoyfulMom1216 said...

Wonderful card & your door is so unique. Using the negative pieces from your window die was genius.