Hi friends! Today kicks off two days of product reveals for The Greetery’s New Hip Hip Hooray Collection. The collection arrives this Wednesday, and we are spending the next two days sharing product reveals and inspiration. Be sure to stick around to the end of this blog for information on fabulous giveaways! Let’s get started.
The new All Aglow stencil set makes beautiful backgrounds of candles. I used Salt Water Taffy, Barn Door, Carved Pumpkin, Spiced Marmalade, Aged Patina, and Uncharted Mariner Distress Oxide inks on the candles, and TE Pineapple inks for the background glow. I die-cut Poppy card stock with the new Make A Wish die for the sentiment.
The new Big Birthday Hot Foil worked perfectly with gold foil for a different look.
You can see how I put these cards together over on The Greetery YouTube Channel.
Now let’s talk about gifts… May is a BIG month in our house. Not only is it my birthday month, it’s also my best friend’s birthday month, my daughter’s, and my yom (my other mother)… oh- and Mother’s Day! So there’s a lot of presents that gets wrapped in May. The new Tear Strips Birthday stamps and Banners Die arrived just in time!
I wrapped two presents for my daughter and Yom. I found these wrapping papers at Target. The rainbow is super cute, but unfortunately, you can see right through the paper. I wasn’t too thrilled about that. Luckily I was able to hide the See’s Chocolate logo (my daughter’s first box of chocolates!) with a white Large Scallops Ribbon, which I die-cut out of white ribbon paper. I attached a red and pink loopy bow, and finished with a pink Tear Strips Birthday tag.
I am in LOVE with this white and black wrapping paper, and will probably be heading back to Target to get a couple more rolls. And btw- You can’t see through this paper. Lol… I made a simple side ribbon, using the Ribbon Maker: Small Stripes Die and white ribbon paper, and backed it with black ribbon paper. Since jade is Yom’s favorite color, I finished the package with a coordinating jade bow and tag combo.
I used the stamp set to stamp the candles, and a drop shadow for the die-cut words.
I also stamped matching envelopes. I used the detail stencils from All Aglow stencil set to decorate the candles.
I ended up making 7 Make A Wish cards and envelopes, and tucked them into this coordinating Make A Wish Stationery Box.
You can watch my whole process HERE:
New Products Used:
- All Aglow stencil
- Make a Wish stamp set
- Make a Wish die
- Big Birthday hot foil
- Tear Strip Tags Birthday stamp set
- Tear Strip Banners die
- Tear Strip Tag Toppers die
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 this Wednesday, April 28th, at 10am EST.
In celebration of The Greetery’s birthday, there are 4 $50 store gift cards up for grabs. Be sure to leave a comment before tomorrow night at midnight, CST down below for a chance to win.
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