Welcome to another Monday Montage blog hop! We are a group of nine stampers who love to share what we create with you, and all you have to do to follow along is click on the links at the bottom of each post.
There is a new bundle that will be coming out soon (August 1) called Blended Seasons. It is a stamp set that has images from all four seasons and coordinating framelits, including some new stitched label-style framelits. I couldn’t wait to play with it, so here is the first card I made with the bundle.
I started out by adhering one of the patterns from the Delightfully Detailed Laser-Cut Specialty Papers. I love the detail on these sheets, and they make easy work out of creating a pretty background.
I stamped the floral image from Blended Seasons onto some thick Whisper White card stock and colored it with watercolor pencils. As part of this promotion, there will also be a new collection of watercolor pencils available! I used a blender pen to blend the colors, and then cut out the flowers.
Some Share What You Love Artisan Pearls and Linen Thread were added as embellishments.
You’re ready to hop on over to Breelin Renwick’s blog. I always love seeing what she makes! If you prefer to work your way backwards, you can jump back to Wendy Weixler’s blog. Either way, be sure to work your way through all of the blogs so you don’t miss a thing.
If you should happen to get lost in the blog hop links, here is a list of all of those participating:
Amy O’Neill —> you are here
Enjoy your Monday! Thanks for stopping by!
6 thoughts on “Blended Seasons Sneak Peek — Monday Montage #120”
We must have been on the same craft wave length today!!! Wait until you see my card for my post on Tuesday 🙂 This is beautiful with the Delightfully Detailed DSP in the background!
This is gorgeous, Amy! So soft and pretty!
Amy this is gorgeous! Love that laser cut background!
Your card is so pretty, Amy, I love it! Your coloring job is absolutely lovely, too! TFS!
c’est magnifique, bravo
Thank you so much for this sample for Blended Seasons. I plan to use it for my next workshop if you don’t mind.