Christmas Cards

The Greetery’s Recollective Collection Product Reveals- Day 1

Hi friends! Can you believe Christmas crafting season is almost here?? The Greetery is celebrating the upcoming season with a new release. For the next three days, I’m joining The Greetery team to showcase the new Recollective Collection. There’s a giveaway happening on each day, so be sure to stick around to the bottom of this post to get all of the details.

Let’s start with the new Wrapped In Love stamp set and coordinating die set. The large stamp set has wrapping paper stamps (so clever!) and lots of sentiments to mix and match with. The die set die-cuts all of the accessories you use when wrapping presents. I decided to use make my own background with those die-cuts, and finished the card with a Wrapped In Love sentiment. I stamped the sentiment onto a Hoopla Round Inserts die-cut, and framed it with a red Hoopla Round Frame. I did the same for the tag, this time inking the frame with Ground Espresso Distress Oxide Ink, and attached the frame to a matching Crimped Circle Tag.

There’s also a Wrapped In Sentiments Die that will die-cut the large words in the stamp set. I used one of the dies to die-cut the word Wrapping, and used thin foam squares to attach it to the frame.

Wrapped In Love Sentiment Additions stamp set has the same fonts as the larger stamp set, and is perfect to make tags with. This is a stamp set I am really excited about, and can’t wait to play with it more.

My next card features the new Winterland Layers stamp set, and Comfort And Joy stamp set.

This stamp set has several different branches. Two branches are layered, and two are single. I stamped the two layered branches in black, and stamped the berries with Passion Fruit ink. I stamped the single branches with the lightest ink in my collection, The Stamp Market’s No Line. I ink-blended the edges of the panel with Warm Buff ink to age the panel, and splattered a little bit of white paint over the branches. I added a few white gel pen highlights, and finished the berries off with Rock Candy Clear Glitter.

The Comfort and Joy stamp set is another lovely sentiment stamp set that you can mix and match to make different sentiments. I chose 3 different stamps for this sentiment, and die-cut the middle sentiment with the coordinating die set.

My last card features three new dies: Big Beautiful Bow Die, BotaniCuts Juniper Die, and BotaniCuts Rowan branch Die.

I can not express how much I love this bow! It has 7 pieces to glue together, and I inked them with brown inks before attaching it together. There’s also a stitched strip, which I die-cut twice and glued to a Pine and Berry panel. I made a Juniper and Rowan branch arrangement, and glued it onto the panel, then topped it with the bow. I finished the card with a Comfort And Joy sentiment.

So that finishes day one of reveals. Be sure to check back tomorrow for day two! Now onto the giveaway details…

The Greetery will be giving away two $50 gift certificates these next three days. For a chance to win, leave a comment at each blog stop. Winners will be announced Friday morning on The Greetery Blog (Comments on all posts will close at 11:59pm EDT Thursday night, October 5th.)

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 Friday, October 6th, at 10am EDT.

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165 Replies to “The Greetery’s Recollective Collection Product Reveals- Day 1”

  1. In Day 2 of your Greenery reveal blog, in Love for paper blog, you showed a dainty scalloped die incorporated in the design. Who makes the scalloped rectangular dies that you used? The scallops had holes. I love the look you created. Thank you for your help in locating the scalloped dies you used.

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