Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Winnie & Walter November 2016 Release (Day1)

Hello friends!
I am absolutely delighted to share a NEW project with the new  release from Winnie & Walter.
Let me tell ya, the new release is amazing! 😍
If you like to check out the new release giveaway, click here.
Here is the post about all the sneak peeks.

There are many sets of Cutaways/dies in this release.
I used one of the set The Big, the Bold and Greetings Cutaway.
The Big, the Bold and Greetings Cutaways
Wafer Thin Steel Dies
Available for purchase the evening of November 18, 2016
Each retail for $14.00
Includes three (3) dies
season's Greetings

Since I have been on a DIY plaid kick, I thought it was perfect to create a background that compliments the beautiful sentiment "greetings". I did all my watercoloring with the Zig Kuretake Gansai Tambi (36). I could not recommend this watercolor set enough as I love the ease of mixing colors and the color choice is awesome.

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Isn't the greet foil sentiment gorgeous!? For the word "season's", I used the sentiment from last year's release "Comfort and Joy".

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I will be back for more awesomeness from this release.
Thanks so much for stopping by!

9 comments:

Karen B. said...

The new sets are amazing as is your festive card!

Harriet said...

Lovely, joyful, colorful card. I especially like the sentiment.

Anita in France said...

Great to see you at W&W, Virginia ... what a brilliant showcase plaid for that shimmery Big Bold 'greetings' ... fabulous! Anita :)

Deborah Frings said...

I love, love the plaid background you created. And that foil die cut greetings is stunning! Lovely work!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Your plaid background really sets the stage for that elegant Greeting sentiment. Great card design.

Sue Smith said...

Very striking card. I love the plaid look and the font of Greetings is very nice. Super card ;)

Melissa Friedrich said...

Love the plaid and bold greeting! Awesome card!

Sharron said...

Oh, I love your plaid! Your simple design looks gorgeous with the bold sentiment!

Miriam Prantner said...

I love that plaid you created!!!