This month SEVEN new rubber stamp sets are being introduced. These sets are 20% off their regular price until March 3rd. All the new sets are available on Cling Mounted Rubber and as a digital image. Glasses #698 is the stamp set featured in This Month's Technique Video.
Here are the seven new sets:
all SEVEN of the new rubber stamp sets (or digi sets, if you prefer)
The winner of the blog hop will be announced on March 3 on Facebook, the SNS blog, and on our blogs. This month's Blog Hop order is:
(Tip: if you have a problem with a particular link, try clicking on the person's blog title to send you to their Home page.)
Don't forget to leave a comment with each Designer to be eligible for the Grand Prize. We love reading your comments and hope we have inspired you as well. If you absolutely can not leave a comment for some reason, please email email@example.com with your comment and the name of the blog or Designer you are commenting about.
The new SNS Creative Challenges also begins today, with lots of prizes and recognition badges. The theme is always Anything Goes using Loose Glitter, Embossing Powder, and or Flock.
We hope you enjoy the New Reveals as much as we do! Last month the winner came from Anita's blog. Wonder which Designer contains the Grand Prize winner this month?
So now you've got all the information, here is my card share today:
I decided to create a scene with the two sets and have the friends having a coffee at their favorite coffee shoppe after their shopping spree.
After I stamped the two images with Memento Tuxedo Black, they were cut out using my newly acquired Brother Scan N Cut (thanks to my MIL). They were colored with Copic markers. The table cloth and chair seats were paper pieced with some designer paper snippet.
I used a Versamarker pen with Clear Detail embossing powder to go over the metal of the chairs. Some Dimensional Glue was added to the coffee cups.
I ran dark brown cardstock through a Sizzix Bricks embossing folder and took my Brilliance Moonlight White ink and swiped it over the raised pattern. I applied Belgian Cream embossing powder over the ink and heat embossed to achieve the stucco look of the wall.
The sentiment (from another of the sets, Coffee Talks) was stamped in Versamark ink and heat embossed with Moss. This is one of the Tuscany embossing powders, which are my favorites for sentiments when you don't want to use black. They always give a clean detailed impression. I cut and embossed with the Spellbinders Fancy Tags, sponging on some Memento Pear Tart before removing the die.
The bricked background was layered to a white card base which had been edged with Versamark and heat embossed with another of the Tuscany embossing powders, Cayenne.
The images and sentiment were then attached to the card front with Dimensional Dots to complete the card.
So that's it from me for today. Here are a couple of sneak peaks, using some of the other coffee themed sets. Stop by my blog to get details on these soon. AND if you are local - you need to pop over to the brick and mortar SNS store for the "Main Street Shop Hop. Details below:
Main Street Shop Hop
If you live anywhere in the Tampa Bay area of Florida, Sparkle N Sprinkle is participating in the Main Street Shop Hop, along with other local crafting stores. The Shop Hop begins March 21st.
You can purchase a tote for $10 to participate. Included in the tote are lots of goodies, plus your shopping passport. Spend $5 at each participating store to get your passport stamped. Once you have all of your stamps, turn in your passport for a chance to win HUGE prizes! In addition to receiving 10% off your purchases, each store will be offering Make N Takes so you can fill your scrapbook with treasured memories.
For more information about this event, please visit the SNS Events Calendar. When you hover your mouse over the event, detailed information about that specific event pops up.
Hope you've enjoyed your stay today? Remember to leave me a comment before heading over to see what the talented Eret has brewed up for you today!