Hello Friends! It’s time to reveal the new All That Glitters Collection from The Greetery. This is the last collection of the year, and it is FABULOUS! I am so excited to finally share the projects I’ve been creating these past couple of weeks. I will have links to all of the products used down below, as well as information on a Giveaway.
We’re going to start with wrapped presents. I used the new Rustic Star Large Die to make this star. This die set has 3 pieces to make this lovely star. (There’s also Rustic Star Small Die.) Instead of die-cutting card stock like I usually do, I opted for bright Christmas paper. The red tag was made with Tear Strips Banner die, and topper die. The sentiment is from Tear Strip Tags stamp set.
My next package features the new Four Square Holiday Tags set.
If you like to make tags, you’re going to LOVE this set. Betsy has a full tutorial over on The Greetery YouTube channel, so be sure to stop by there to see how to use all of the products in this line together. I picked a sentiment and background from the Four Square Holiday Tags stamp set to stamp on a 5 1/2 by 5 1/2 sheet of white card stock. I lined my stamps up with the guide that comes in the Four Square Tags die in my MISTI, then ran the stamped paper through my die-cut machine with the Four Square Tags die. Super quick and easy. I did die-cut green card stock with the die so I could trim off the top and glue onto my white tag to match my ribbon. I finished the package off with a glittered Pine Wisp.
The Four Square Holiday Tag stamp set comes with a coordinating die, which I used to die-cut Merry Christmas for a quick Christmas card.
I die-cut Mint Julep and Spearmint card stock with the new Magnolia Wreath Die. I attached them to an Evergreen Herringbone background with thin foam squares, and finished the card with the die-cut sentiment.
Talking about Magnolias…
The new Magnolia Bloom die is a stunner! I attached a white magnolia to a Magnolia wreath for a present topper. I also used the new Ribbon Maker: Wood Bead Garland die to die-cut Kraft paper ribbon to wrap around the present. There is a tutorial on how to use the Magnolia Bloom die over on The Greetery Youtube Channel.
Now we are going to get into a few home decor projects. The first one is a wreath inspired by one Miss Kelly made last year.
*I will be uploading a tutorial for this wreath on my YouTube channel tomorrow. You can find my channel HERE.
I’ll be honest… I used a lot of dies to make this wreath. From the new All That Glitters Collection, I used Large Leaves: Magnolia die, BotaniCuts Pinecones, and Magnolia Bloom die. From my stash, I pulled Dried Citrus Slices die and Pine Wisp Die.
I did make a video tutorial for this wreath, but I unfortunate got really sick a few days ago. It happened suddenly, and I needed medical attention. I will do my best to post the video tomorrow if you would like to see it. Just let me know in the comments.
My last two projects I did make a video for. These feature the new Snipped Snowflakes dies.
I used Snipped Snowflakes 1 die for these first two ornaments. I die-cut 12 snowflakes, folded them in half, and glued them together. once they were complete, I added silver embroidery floss to hang them with.
My second project features Snipped Snowflakes 3 die.
I made 5 x7 framed snowflakes. I used Distress Crackle Paste on the background, and finished the scene with die-cut words using Slim Alphabet Dies.
You can watch how I put these Snipped Snowflake projects together HERE:
That’s all that I have for today. I hope was able to share some inspiration for this gorgeous collection.
Now onto the GIVEAWAY…
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 20th.)
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 21st, at 10am EDT.
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