It's the most wonderful time of the year! The time when Papertrey Ink releases new Christmas products :). Today I get to share with you one of these new sets, the Season's Greetings stamp set. It's filled with sentiments to last you through the holiday season.
One thing that I love about sentiment sets is combining them with my favorite, previously releases stamp sets, such as the Tremendous Treats: Christmas set, used here. My bird is paper-pieced and also colored using Copics.
My sentiment, from the Season's Greeting stamp set, and my bird, were stamped and adhered to a die cut Tag Sale #5 die. I also used the holiday postmark image from the 2010 Holiday Tags stamp set. The vellum snowflakes are from the Snowflake Medley die collection.
After stamping and coloring my images with Copics, I added a double wreath using the Rustic Wreath die and embellished it with tiny snowflakes cut using the Winter Penguin die collection. I also used a Scarlet Jewel button and Simple Chartreuse die cut Holly Jolly felt leaves to dress up the wreath.
Next up is a gift tag created using a die cut, silver glittered, Fancy Flake.
The Season's Greeting sentiment is stamped on a vellum Limitless Layers: 2 1/4" Oval, which is attached to a white Limitless Layers: 2 1/4" Oval. They just have different scallops around the edges, making them fun to layer. I then embellished the tag with die cut Holly Jolly leaves from Limeade Ice felt.
Lastly, I pulled out my Bells & Boughs stamp and die set for this card. I started with a Pure Poppy Tag Sale #4 die, and then added a Simply Chartreuse stamped Limitless Layers: 1 3/4" die cut circle.
I stamped images from Bells & Boughs near the top corner using Spring Moss and Pure Poppy.
And added die cut and gold embossed Bells & Boughs bows near the bottom of the tag. I finished it off with a rusty jingle bell, satin leaves, and gold sequins.
So, are you ready to get crafting for Christmas yet? I'm loving every minute of it :).
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