I’m beyond excited to join The Ton’s 3rd Anniversary Release Blog today! Congrats to Effie for this important milestone!
The Ton has 23 new stamps for their Third Anniversary Release which includes up to two free gifts with purchase (Daisy Duet and Peony Notes Bundle A+B+C). For more information on The Ton’s incentive gifts, head over to The Ton’s blog. All new release products are available now!
The Ton celebrates the anniversary with several mini blog hops and today’s is the last one. You probably saw already the new amazing and creative products along with fantastic projects other designers created with them.
I have two cards today made using newly released products.
For my first card I used amazing City Buildings Cling Background stamp. It has a lot of buildings and reminds me East Village, a neighborhood in Manhattan.
I started making my card by stamping the background onto a watercolor panel using waterproof ink. Then I colored the city scene using watercolors.
I stamped the sentiment using Seriously Amazing Sentiments Stamp Set stamped in black and then heat embossed with black sparkling powder.
Lastly I adhered the panel onto a white card base.
ENGRAVED IN WOODGRAIN
For the second card I used amazing Buildable Woodgrain Stamp Set. I like woodgrain a lot, and this smart set, which allows you to build a custom woongrain is just awesome.
I started from clear embossing the sentiment using stamps from Seriously Amazing Sentiments Stamp Set onto a kraft panel. Next I stamped the same sentiment using brown ink over clear embossed one with small shift to the right and bottom, to create the shadow.
I stamped the woodgrain pattern using brown ink and blended light brown ink onto the whole panel, kind of tying the stamping together and making it look more cohesive. After that I ironed off clear embossing from the sentiment.
I stamped, colored with COPICs and hand cut several flowers from Wishful Wildflowers Stamp Set and adhered them onto the panel. Which in turn got adhered onto a white card base.
I like the most on this card is how the sentiment turned out. It does look like engraved in a woodgrain, doesn’t it?
For each day of The Ton’s blog hop festivities (1/19 to 1/26), Effie is giving away a stamp set of choice to a lucky commenter. To qualify, you must leave a comment on each blog stop for the respective giveaway day for which you are entering. The comment period for all giveaways closes on January 28, 5pm EST.
The next stop in the blog hop will be very talented Taheerah Atchia. If you got lost, please go back to The Ton’s blog.
Svitlana Shayevich (you are here)
So pretty! Loving that build able Woodgrain stamp!
Wow..your cards are AMAZING !! The woodgrain is mind blowing on your second card.
Svitlana, your cards are beautiful. I love your how your woodgrain looks!!
Great cards, both of them, I especially love the second one – very unique, and I love the blue flowers against the background – pretty striking!
wonderful cards, Svitlana – your city buildings are so lovely in those colors and the woodgrain on your second card is stunning with the blue flowers.
Love both of your cards! The city buildings card is a real eye catcher; love the colorful buildings contrasted with the bold sentiment! And the wood grain card is amazing! It looks like the sentiment was carved in wood!
I like the colorful buildings and the wood grain is fabulous.
Love your cards- they are so unique The first card is so fun?
Awesome cards, I love that colorful city and the Buildable Woodgrain card is great!
Both lovely cards, but the wood engraved card is brilliant! At first I thought it was the hidden die cut technique. Love this idea… need to try this. Thank you for sharing.
Wow! Beautiful cards!!! I’m totally in love for the second one!!!
Such gorgeous cards!! Love the city scape you made.
Love the woodgrain card. Very cool!
Beautiful cards! Love the colorful cityscape on the first card and the wood-grain on the second card.
Gorgeous cards as always Svitlana! I love the wood grain card!
I really like that colorful city!
Great cards! I love the wood one!
Beautiful cards! I am completely in love with the City Buildings background stamp!
I love the cards you made – I think the city background is so vibrant and would lend itself to many interpretations!
I can’t get over how real the wood grain looks and it makes those blue wildflowers pop! Love your colored city background!
Beautiful results from those houses stamp, love how bright and happy you’ve coloured them in.
Awesome fun cards!!!
Love your wood grain on the second card.
Amazing cards! I love the blue flowers!!
Awesome cards! I love the city buildings background stamp, and the fun colors you used on your card! And that woodgrain stamp on your second card looks fabulous… very realistic!
Your cards are so pretty! Love the pop of color against the wood grain!
Such lovely cards! I love the colorful background. So pretty. The second card is a stunner!
Gorgeous cards, they are both amazing!
Wow, I really like that woodgrained card! It is fantastic. I am going to have to go to You Tube to see how to do that iron off technique. I love all the colors in your cityscape card. Great job!
Thanks for the great inspiration! Love all the pretty colors in your colorful city card!!
Your city card is wonderfully cheerful!
Your cards are great ! The blue flowers on the second are absolutely stunning !
So love your colorful city
Great cards! Love the colorful city card. Thanks for sharing!
Gorgeous cards! I love all the pretty colors
of the ‘city’ card.
Lovely second card
but I love the colors
and cityscape of the
Carla from Utah
Amazing cards. Thanks for sharing..
Two fabulous cards! I can’t believe you colored in all those buildings! It must have taken forever, but the end result looks amazing!
love that colorful city!
Great coloring of the city scapes, so bright and cheery!
Fabulous and amazing, just as your cards say! 🙂
What a clever way to create the sentiment. I agree…it turned out amazing. I love the bright colors of the first one. I will look at city-scape stamps differently now, for sure. Thanks so much.
Wow! Such beautiful cards. Love the woodgrain background.
Great cards! Love the bold sentiments so fun and pretty.
Oh my gosh, I love them both! The bright contrast of the first is stunning, and I adore the subtle sentiment in the second one.
Fabulous cards! I totally love the bold sentiments on your cards.
AWESOME cards and WOW the coloring is STUNNING, that must of taken forever, it turned out so wonderful. I just really enjoy your blog, Thanks and have a great weekend.
Two fabulous cards! Love the colorful city scape. And the woodgrain stamp set IS awesome; definitely on my wish list. The way you stamped and colored it is awesome – perfect job. TFS your talent and inspiring projects.
The woodgrain card is awesome! I have to check out the iron off technique 🙂
I love that you colored the city in! I’ve mostly seen it as texture, but now it looks like an incredibly charming little neighborhood. And what a gorgeous blue combination you chose for those flowers. They pop beautifully against the woodgrain. I really enjoyed these cards; thanks for sharing!
I love the City Building background stamp – the watercoloring of it is perfect. So happy and cheery. The woodgrain is so cool as well. You have an amazing ability to create such different looks with your art, Svitlana! I really enjoy seeing what you create!
Both cards are fantastic. I love the city on the first
card. All of the colors of the buildings are fantastic.
The wood grain on the second is wonderful – makes
a great backdrop.
thanks for sharing
Beautiful projects. Love your colorful buildings. TFS
Сколько же работы проделано в открытке с домиками! Столько покрасить таких мелких деталей!!
Но вторая просто огонь! ты открыла для меня имитацию дерева в кардмейкинге, и эта открытка прям любооооовь!