Two Scattered Seasons

I have two more convention display board samples for you today.  They both feature the stamp set, Seasonally Scattered, which will be in the upcoming Holiday Catalog and has three stamps — one for Thanksgiving, one for Christmas, and one for Valentine’s Day.  Now I know it’s way too early for any of these holidays!  But I just wanted to share what was on the display boards.

SS Card 4I used a combination of lots of pinks on this card — Strawberry Slush, Crisp Cantaloupe, and Calypso Coral.  I also used some of the Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper for the heart, and the cute little heart punch included in the Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack for the strip of punched-out hearts.

SS Card 4 Close UpI used a sponge dauber to apply the different colors of ink directly to the stamp before stamping on the white card stock.  It’s subtle in the picture, but more noticeable in real life.

SS Card 3Here’s a Christmas card on which I used an ombre effect.  I embossed the image with white embossing powder on white card stock.  I then used  a sponge dauber and started by swiping Marina Mist ink across the top of the panel.  I then followed this with Coastal Cabana and then Pool Party.

SS Card 3 Close UpI added some punched scalloped borders and a layer of vellum over the dsp.  I think this is a fun technique, and it really is quite easy.

All of the convention display stampers are posting their projects to a special Pinterest board so you can see all of the display projects in one convenient place.  Just click on the button below to see it.

I hope you enjoyed the sneak peeks.  Enjoy your Saturday!  Thanks for stopping by!

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