Friday, January 19, 2018

Tupelo Designs LLC - Hello Winter!

I'm posting today for Tupelo Designs LLC! They're my favorite store AND it's their birthday! That means they've got some great deals going on. Until January 31, qualifying orders will receive :

  • One Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool (all orders) 
  • One distress mini ink pad and one roll of washi tape (all orders over $10) 
  • UP TO 25% off all items in your order (on orders over $20.18) Use Code 2018BDAY25 at checkout. 
  • Also you have a chance to win a Tim Holtz Tonic Craft Stamp Platform. One name is chosen at random every 48 hours from all orders over $50

They even have new CHA items in the store on sale! Click here to jump to the store! 

Tupelo Designs LLC has lots of my favorite brands - Concord & 9th, Waffle Flower, My Favorite Things, Altnew and LOTS more! Today I'm playing with Neat and Tangled from the shop. This stamp is called Hello Winter.
I inked up the sentiment with Versafine Onyx Black on Tim Holtz watercolor paper. Next I inked up the panel with Distress Ink in Shaded Lilac and Seedless Preserves. I splattered the panel with water, and some watered down Seedless Preserves.
I die cut the panel with the Avery Elle Wonky Stitches die. It adds a pretty detailed stitch along the edges and cuts the panel to the perfect size for mounting on an A2 size card (4.25 x 5.5"). The Hello Winter die cut contains an outline as well as a detailed word die that says "winter". I cut the larger outline / background from the water color panel, and then adhered the more intricate word die over the die cut background. 
Want to go shopping? You won't want to miss the birthday sale! Click here to jump to the store!

Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5"
Stamps | Neat and Tangled Hello Winter
Dies | Neat and Tangled Hello Winter, Avery Elle Wonky Stitches


~amy~ said...


Lisa Elton said...

I like the pretty colors you've surrounded this wonderful sentiment with!!

Kara Lynne said...

Your card makes winter look like a wonderland! I love the bold sentiment with what looks like purple frost!