Welcome to the Autumn-Winter Catalogue...or should that be our
Welcome. I trust that you are well and enjoying your blog hopping through some wonderful makes using products from the AMAZING new Stampin' UP autumn-winter catalogue that went live on the first of September.
My makes today involve the Jolly Friends Bundle.
This is my favourite bundle in the whole catalogue. I was drawn to it when my catalogue arrived. The bundle is comprised of the Jolly Friends Photopolymer stamp set and the Jolly Hat Builder punch.
I have had some time off over the summer and so am just getting back into the crafty zone. I have kept today's projects simple, but I hope, effective.
Hope you like today's Jolly Friends (with a little help from annual catalogue products Peaceful Pines and gold wink of stella) Christmas ornaments.
Jolly Friends Elf on slate heart Christmas Tree Ornament
Slate Heart. Elf face stamped in soft suede ink, scarf in real red ink (both then 'fussy' cut and stamped onto very vanilla cardstock) and the hat is old olive stamped onto pear pizzazz card stock and punched out using the Jolly Hat Builder punch. The trim on the hat is silver glimmer paper. The sentiment is from the photopolymer stamp set Peaceful Pines, stamped in versa mark and embossed using silver embossing powder. There is also a silver bell from the Mini Jingle Bells, which jingles when you shake the heart.
The finished slate heart Christmas Tree Ornament
WARNING -the slate gets VERY hot!
Jolly Friend Christmoose Tree Ornament Number 2
Wicker Heart. Moose stamped in soft suede onto crumb cake card stock, blender pen use to colour in antlers, tuft of 'hair' and inner ears. Moose 'fussy' cut. Thin strips of real red card stock adhered to the wicker heart using hot glue gun to 'lift' the moose and make him 'pop'.
Once again, the sentiment is from the photopolymer stamp set Peaceful Pines, stamped in soft suede onto very vanilla cardstock and mounted on pear pizzazz cardstock. Cut using stampin' trimmer. The little snowflakes on the sentiment were stamped in pool party ink using the mini snowflake from Peaceful Pines. The heart was then threaded on a strip of real red cardstock
Completed wicker heart...
Sentiment from Peaceful Pines...
Both makes together;
Thank you so much for st-hopping by! Hope to see you next month -take care!
Click below to go the wonderful makes from Sharon and if you started the blog hop here, why not go back a blog and see the crafty creations from Gill.
Grab a cuppa and make your way through the whole blog hop -there are some fabulous makes, some real JEMS.