It's always an exciting day for Picket Fence Studios when it's Release Day! New Paper Glaze colors, 6x6 stencils, Slim Line stencils, stamps, and more - including a sequin storage case, and an AMAZING Slim Line Die Cutting System that you are going to want to check out and buy PRONTO!! It makes up to 256 different combinations of card fronts. Yes, you read that right! All the links are below!
Today we are celebrating not only new products, but new team members! Welcome Larisa and Lisa! You can check out their creations for today in the hop list below. That's right, we are having a September Release Hop. And what's a hop without PRIZES? Two lucky winners will each get a $50 shopping spree! Isn't that cool??? Be sure to stop at each hop along the way to be entered. Winners will be announced on the Picket Fence Studios blog next week.
I am excited to show one of the brand new SLIM LINE stencils: Leaf. I love the shape and skeleton design - perfect for fall - and spring leaves!
My white cardstock (I use Hammermill 100#) is 3.5 x 8.5, and I cut my olive card base just a little larger. The new Slim Line Die Cutting System will do all of that for you! I used my Blender Brushes and my MAKE ART STAY-tion (Wendy Vecchi) to blend my colors through the stencil, which I angled off the cardstock. I chose three colors of Distress Oxides for my background: Crushed Olive, Twisted Citron, and Spiced Marmalade.I chose a sentiment from the previously released Neighborhood stamp set, and embossed it with Ranger Gold Embossing Powder. I added some of the yummy Spiked Cider Sequin Mix for sparkle and bling.
To finish today's post for me, I leave you with this sweet and adorable little 4.5" square card using the new Dragon Fruit stamp set, and the Slim Line Broken Fence Stencil. I only used about half of the stencil - ha! There is also a 6x6 version that would work on this little card as well.I stenciled first, using Spun Sugar and Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide Inks. I stamped the images with Hybrid Black ink, and then colored in with Copic markers. I had so much fun coloring this! Have you ever had dragon fruit? It's a tropical fruit native to Mexico and Central America. Its taste is like a combination of a kiwi and a pear. Yum!
Live on the sweet side of life!
Next up is the amazingly talented Becky Roberts!