Welcome to the Spring Fling Blog Hop! There is a giveaway too! I am pleased as punch to introduce you to a whole new line of Catherine Pooler inks and products!!! There are new inks!!!! (they are a lighter more pastel versions of the previous released Party Collection inks and work wonderfully together)!!!!!! We also have THREE new die sets and THREE new stamp sets!!!! The new release is available now (click HERE to shop) and comprises of:
- 8 new inks (sold individually or in a bundle) – Bellini, It’s a Girl, It’s a Boy, Mint to Be, Garden Party, Pixie Dust,
Sweet Sixteen, Melon Ice
- Dotted Circle Dies
- Circle Dies
- Spot on Sentiment dies (these will be available for purchase as individual dies as well as the set)
- Simply Stated stamp set
- Beautiful You stamp set
- Modern Damask stamp set
I made a couple of cards to share with you all today! I am using ALL of the new ink colors because I just couldn’t put them down! My first card uses the Dotted Circle dies, the Spot on Sentiments: Wishes die set and the Simply Stated stamp set.
I used my scoring tool to add score lines to the card base. I thought it paired nicely with the embossed dots from the Dotted Circle die. I LOVE all the new ink colors! Perfect for the Spring and a perfect addition to the Party Collection line.
For my second card, I stamped the congratulations image from the Simply Stated stamp set in all new ink colors, cut them all out and mounted them onto one card base. Then I die cut it out using the Circle Die and mounted them onto a card base I inked up with the Pixie Dust ink.
I popped up the center circle and the birthday sentiment strip to add a little bit of dimension to the design.
I mentioned earlier that I am part of a super fun blog hop! Here is the complete Blog Hop Order:
- Laurel – YOU ARE HERE
How would you like to win the new inks??? Catherine Pooler will randomly choose 3 winners from ALL the blog hop comments to win a set of ink (if you already purchased the new inks, a a gift certificate equivalent to the amount of the inks will be given). You have until Monday, 4/24 at noon to get your comments in!