Monday, September 14, 2020

Picket Fence Studios September Release Blog Hop


Happy Monday!

Welcome to our blog hop celebrating the brand new Picket Fence Studios September Release. Be sure to visit all of the designers because there are two $50 gift cards up for grabs. So you get lots of inspiration and a chance to add some great products to your stash!

Here is my first card:


For this card I dry embossed the stencil onto my white card stock using my Spellbinders Platinum machine. I love the subtle look it gives. Then for my raised panel I used smaller blender brushes to apply my ink. I was going for a bright and cheerful Christmas card. I added some dots in coordinating colors as well as the sentiment and coordinating sequins.


And now my second card:


For this one, I spread the new Jade Green Paper Glaze through the same stencil. While it was still wet, I added fine glitter to the stenciled image. Once that was dry, I added my sentiment and sequins. The hardest part of this card was waiting for it to dry!

I've listed all of the designers below. You can start hopping and leaving them some love for your chance to win one of two $50 gift cards to Picket Fence Studios.



Oh! Before I go - have you seen the brand new Slim Line Die Cutting System? Here is a picture and all I can say is IT IS AMAZING! This is a pre-order item, but it will be shipping very soon!


Be sure to visit Picket Fence Studios to see all of the new stamps, stencils and dies - and so much more! If you would like to see the entire release, you can click right here. I have also linked the products I used in case you are in a shopping mood!

I'll be back tomorrow and I'll see you then!

Susie



26 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards! I love how you used the stencil in two very different ways.

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  2. Beautiful! What a fun thing to win too!!

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  3. These are gorgeous! Simply stunning creations.

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  4. Great cards! The new glaze colors are beautiful!! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  5. The glitter adds so much to that beautiful jade green glaze. And I’ve already preordered the slim line die set. Can’t wait for that!

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  6. Such pretty all in one place ! Love all the paper glazes and can't wait to try out the new colors. Gail T.

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  7. I'm beginning to see the value of having the glitter paste in my stamp room! Thank you for sharing. I love the colors you have chosen for your cards. Even the daring non-Christmas colors on the one.

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  8. Wonderful card inspiration using this fun release!

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  9. Marisela Delgado said: Hello, fellow Texan! Gorgeous Navidad card! So beautiful! �� Marisela in San Antonio, Texas mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  10. Love your cards! The colors are beautiful!

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  11. Love the cards you created! Beautiful colors and stencil designs!

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  12. Love your 2 very different cards from one stencil!

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  13. These are just stunning Susie, you have such an amazing eye for design. I'd love to see the glaze/glitter card in real life, it's just gorgeous! And a reminder to get my glitter out!

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  14. Gorgeous cards, love this new release.

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  15. Nice stenciled ideas. I like glaze and finishing touches.

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  16. Gorgeous cards!
    I like the extra sparkle the glitter gives the last card.
    I have never worked with the paper glaze but after seeing your card I'm inspired to try it!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  17. Beautiful cards I love how you use these stencils.

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  18. Love the colors on your card. And the glittering glaze!

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  19. Great cards!I hope to acquire your eye for balance and color coordination one day soon. I think I've fallen in love with the glaze, too! How fun! Thank you for sharing!

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  20. Beautiful!! Love the jade green color. I have never dry embossed a stencil... that us soooo pretty! Yay extra sparkle!

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  21. Gorgeous card!!! I've never thought to dry embossed a stencil before. Will have to try that. Thanks for the inspiration.

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