Friday, 31 October 2014

Introducing ..... Stampets

 Winnie and walter

I have lots of cuteness from Winnie and Walter  today.
These new stamps were a real surprise but one im sure you are going to NEED in your stash :)
I have five cards as i couldn't help but get all these images coloured in.

This little, guy is from a new line called stampets and this set is called the gift
I stamped the big the bang flurries in silver straight onto my card base before layering up some echo park paper tags.
The little pup and the present were masked to get the images on one flat piece of card before i coloured them with copics and a white gel pen
I added the sentiment from Winter woodland and some sequins to finish.

Also from the stampets the gift
I have also used masking to make this little fella in the stocking.
I have coloured him with copics.
I have used the rectangled  creative screenings with some distress ink on my  card panel before adhering the doggy on some foam tape.
A bit of glitter card and some sequins bling it up for a festive feel and the sentiment is kept simple from the big the bold the merry.

This stampets penguin...cos everyone needs penguins in their stash :)
He is coloured with copics and a white gel pen as is the little North pole.
He doesn't come wearing the scarf i stamped that first and then masked it before stamping the penguin.
I place him on a starry background created using the classic stars creative screenings and some texture paste and glitter ....boy was that  a mess lol but i love the sparkly stars :)

Another of the stampets is this fun turkey.
I'm not really sure what colour a turkey is lol guess i should have googled it. 
I went with these colours anyway :)
The leaves on the kraft card and the sentiment are all from the same set.
I made the background using the classic diagonal creative screenings and some texture paste.
Once it had dried i placed the stencil back in place and coloured with an ink blending tool and distress inks.
I added  a scattering of sequins to finish.

And one final penguin...cos i can ;)
He is coloured with copics and i fussy cut him out. 
The peppermint zone stamp is heat embossed in a sparkly black powder.
The sentiment is from the penguin set.
I kept it simple and added just some glitter icicles. 
I really hope you have enjoyed this release week there has been so much inspiration everyone has really done an awesome job.
I think Julie and Shay are gonna need a holiday after all the planning for this week but want to thank them for having me along.

Click the images to go to the products :)

Scenery: Big Bang Classic Star Creative ScreeningsScenery: Classic Diagonal Creative ScreeningsScenery: Rectangled Creative Screenings

Stampets: TurkeyMini Scenery: The Peppermint ZoneStampets: Penguin

Stampets: The GiftWinter Woodland

Everything you have seen this week will be available to buy HERE  in the evening of 31st October.
Thanks so much for looking.


  1. Kate, you totally rocked it!! Wow, what a lot of goodies to look at here. I'm a big fan of your brick chimney screening with the puppy in the stocking (so smart) and the layered patterned paper tags. Oh, and the penguin in the starry night is super-cute too. Happy Halloween!

  2. Wow, Kate! What a lot of awesome projects! They are all so fantastic, I can't even pick a favorite! Great work! Hope you have a wonderful day!

  3. Simply blown away, Kate! You have truly outdone yourself...seeing your take on our Stampets is like a dream come true. We really can't thank you enough for your work as a guest shine like the sun. :-)

  4. These are so sweet, Kate! I love the glittery starry background on the penguin card :)

  5. Hi Kate ... catching up with goings on in blogland after the BABES adventure and popped over to say congratulations on your GD spot at W&W! You've showcased all the new goodies so brilliantly over this release week ... I particularly love the peppermint zone Christmas tree, the watercoloured creative screenings and these oh so cute penguins! Thanks for the inspiration ... and for the additions to my wish list!! Anita :)


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