Hello friends! I am so excited to share with you projects I made with the new All Wrapped Up Collection. Betsy has really outdone herself, and this is my favorite release yet! There’s so much inspiration and ideas to see, and video tutorials to watch… you’re going to have a lot of fun on the hop today! And don’t forget to leave a comment at each stop for a chance to win one of two gold $50 gift certificates. More details on that can be found down below. Let’s get started!
The first set of dies we are going to look at is the new BotaniCuts Mistletoe die, and The Loopy Bow Builder die. I die-cut The Stamp Market colored card stock with the Mistletoe Die, lagoon being the mistletoe, Aqua Sky for the lighter leaves, and Cherry for the berries.
Now let’s talk about the Loopy Bow. This die set cokes with four loop dies, all in diferent sizes. you can pick to use all the loops, or just two. The choice is yours! I made two simple loop bows for these first two cards, and I also show how bigger bows look over on The Greetery YouTube Channel.
I added a simple Sentiment Suite: Christmas greeting tag to the bows, attached them to the mistletoe, and made a Pine and Berry Background for them to lay on.
Now let’s look at the gorgeous Round About Winter Foliage die.
This die has a half circle of foliage, so you can layer the wreath to make it as full as you want. I used three layers for these first two projects. I inked the wreaths with Speckled Egg, Candied Apple, and Rustic Wilderness Distress Oxide inks, then glued them together. I splattered white paint onto them, and added sparkle and shine with Rock Candy Glitter and Nuvo Crystal Glaze.
This wreath looks great on cards, and look gorgeous on presents! I stamped a Tagged Elegance sentiment in the middle of the wreath, and attached it to the present with a small strip of Scor Tape. . I also paired the wreath with coordinating scrapbook paper to bring in some extra color.
I also made a solid color wreath, using only two circles so you can see the different fullness between the two and three layers.
I have a few more wrapped present ideas to share, starting with this small one. The tags were made with the new Tear Strip Tags stamp set and dies. This duo is so clever! Betsy created the stamps to be for Christmas gifts, and for gifts to give throughout the year. I also decorated the box with Dried Citrus Slices die, Big Branches Pine Die, and a strip from the new Black Ribbon roll. And those little black trees? I pulled them for The North Pole stamp set, and stamped them onto packing paper before wrapping the box with it. Such a fun way to decorate your own paper!
This next box has the same Citrus and Pine die cuts, and I attached them on top of red ribbon i die-cut with the new Ribbon Maker Pinked Star Die.
I used the new Ribbon Maker: Large Scallop Die for this next present, and paired it with a gorgeous Big Branches: Ruscus die-cut, colored with Mowed Grass Distress Oxide ink. I also added a candy cane (beacause why not?? :), and a Tear Strip Tag, this time picking a more general present sentiment for the tag.
I am obsessed with these ornaments, and am still making them, trying out different colors and waxes.
New Products Used:
- BotaniCuts Mistletoe Die
- Loopy Bow Builder Die
- Round About Winter Foliage Die
- Dried Citrus Slices Die
- Big Branches: Pine Die
- Big Branches Ruscus Die
- Tear Strip Tag Stamp Set and Die
- Crimped Circle Tags Die
- Tagged Elegance Stamp Set
- Banner Gift Tag
- Ribbon Maker: Large Scallops Die
- Ribbon Maker: Pinked Stars Die
- Paper Ribbon Rolls
Be sure to stop by The Greetery Blog to see the beautiful creations Betsy has made for today, as well as full details for each of today’s products. Everything you see this week will be available in The Greetery Shop tomorrow, November 22nd, at 10am EST.
The Greetery will be giving away two $50 gift certificates. For a chance to win, leave a comment at each blog stop. Winners will be announced tomorrow morning on The Greetery Blog. (Comments on all posts will close at 11:59pm EDT tonight, November 21st.)
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