United We Flourish: Stitched Together Stamp Set and Matching Die

on May 20, 2018
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United We Flourish: Stitched Together Stamp Set and Matching Die

Hello!! We are so excited to share an amazing set that we created with our friends from Ellen Hutson LLC! With some amazing designs by Frosted Pumpkin Stitchery we have have created a new layering cross stitch stamp set and matching die called Stitched Together. This set is exclusive to Waffle Flower Crafts and Ellen Hutson LLC for the United We Flourish program. To learn more about the UWF program visit our friends at Ellen Hutson by clicking HERE.

Let’s take a look at this fun and unique stamp set and matching die!

The Stitched Together Stamp Set and matching die is a wonderful addition to our stitched collection. Many of our other stitched products would work beautifully with the Stitched Together Combo, I even incorporate a couple in my cards. Let's check them out!

 

Stitched Together Stamp Set & Matching Die

Watch below or on our YouTube channel.

First, I die cut 3 globes using the Stitched Together matching die out of 110 lb white cardstock. I then used the cardstock I die cut the globes out of as a jig, place it in my MISTI, popped in one of the diecuts and then positioned the first stamp for the globe image. I chose to start with the "stand" layer and stamped this layer on each one of the die cuts.

Two I gold embossed and one I stamped in Versafine Onyx Black. With that layer stamped I then positioned the next layer (water) and then stamped that layer on all the die cuts.

For the water, I stamped two in New Fish in Pond and Peace of Mind and one in Versafine. I repeated this process for the remaining two layers.

I stamped the flowers in Tickled Pink and My Pleasure and the leaves in Distress Oxide Crack Pistachio and Distress Ink Lucky Clover. I also die cut and stamped 3 hearts using the same jig technique.

With my globes all and hearts stamped I moved onto adding some texture my panels.

I started with 3 panels (2 white, 1 black) die cut with the largest die from A2 Nesting Rectangles 1 Die set. I then used the stitched dies from the 7 Skeins Floss Bobbin Die set to add texture to all the panels.

Next, I stamped sentiments from the Stitched Together Stamp Set on each panel. Lastly, I adhered the panels to A2 top-folding card bases and then attached the globes with foam tape and the hearts with glue. 

I hope you enjoyed! Thanks for stopping by!

~Channin

 

PRODUCTS:

Stitched Together Stamp Set & Matching Die 

A2 Nesting Rectangles 1 Die 

7 Skeins Floss Bobbin Die 

Ink - Dye - New Fish in Pond 

Ink - Dye - Peace of Mind 

Ink - Dye - Tickled Pink 

Ink - Dye - My Pleasure 

[Interactive] Let Love Grow Pull Tab Card by Channin

on May 15, 2018

[Interactive] Let Love Grow Pull Tab Card by Channin

Hello all! It’s Channin here with a new card video to share. In today’s video I demonstrate how to create this happy pull tab card with the new Let Love Grow set and Pull Tabs Die.

[Interactive] Let Love Grow Pull Tab Card by Channin

Watch below or on our YouTube channel.

To start, I first stamped the two strawberry sprites and a butterfly from the Let Love Grow Stamp Set in VersaFine Onyx Black on Canson Coldpress watercolor paper. I then watercolored the images with Distress inks; Candied Apple, Scattered Straw, Spiced Marmalade, Lucky Clover, Crushed Olive, and Cracked Pistachio.

Once I finished watercoloring all the images I die cut them out with the matching dies. Next, I ink blended WFC’s Tickled Pink Dye Ink at the upper quarter of an A2 panel of pink cardstock. I then stamped my sentiment in VersaFine Onyx black at the bottom right corner of a 2 1/2” x 5 1/2” scrap of green cardstock. Next, I ink blended Lucky Clover at the upper portion of the and then die cut the scrap with the Scenery Die to create a grassy hill.

I then constructed my pull tab on the pink panel using the Pull Tabs Die. With my pull tab complete, I then adhered my panel onto an A2 card base and then adhered one of the sprites to the pull tab. Lastly, I adhered the grass/hill and the rest of the images to the card front with foam tape.

I hope you enjoyed today’s video and card! Thanks so much for stopping by!

~Channin

 

PRODUCTS:

WFC178 Let Love Grow Combo, stamps & matching dies (images & sentiment) 

271178 Let Love Grow Stamp Set (images & sentiment) 

310218 Let Love Grow Matching Die (images & sentiment) 

310173 Pull Tabs Die (pull tab) 

310160 Scenery Die (grass) 

120009 Ink - Dye - Tickled Pink (pink)

Sweet Ice Cream Shop by Channin

on May 08, 2018

Sweet Ice Cream Shop by Channin

Hello everyone! It’s Channin here with a new video demonstrating how to create this sweet ice cream shop scene using the new Sweet Ice Cream Set and the Apartment Builder Die.

Sweet Ice Cream Shop by Channin

Watch below or on our YouTube channel.

First, I die cut a panel using the A2 Grid Panel Die out of turquoise paper. I then die cut windows, balcony, curtains, and awning from white, pink, and peach cardstock with the Apartment Builder Die. Next, I stamped a sentiment from the Sweet Ice Cream Stamp Set onto pink cardstock and then die cut the awning from the stamped cardstock. I then stamped and copic colored some of the mice and an ice cream cone from the Sweet Ice Cream Stamp Set. Once I had finished coloring the images I die cut them out with the matching dies.

Next, I ink blended some You Said What Dye Ink onto an A2 top-folding card base and then assembled the shop onto the grid panel using liquid adhesive to hold all the pieces in place. Next I added foam tape to the back side of the grid panel and then adhered the panel to the card base. Lastly, I adhered the panel to the card base and then added the mice and ice cream. And for the final touch I added some wink of stella to the the ice cream cones.

I hope you enjoyed! Thanks so much for stopping by!!

~Channn

 

PRODUCTS:

WFC182 Sweet Ice Cream Combo Set, stamps & matching dies (images & sentiment) http://waffleflower.com/products/sweet-ice-cream-combo

271182 Sweet Ice Cream Stamp Set (images & sentiment) http://waffleflower.com/products/sweet-ice-cream-stamp-set

310222 Sweet Ice Cream Matching Die (images & sentiment) http://waffleflower.com/products/sweet-ice-cream-matching-die

310210 Apartment Builder Die (shop) http://waffleflower.com/products/apartment-builder-die

310208 A2 Grid Panel Die (panel) http://waffleflower.com/products/a2-grid-panel-die

120002 Ink - Dye - You Said What (background) http://waffleflower.com/products/you-said-what

[Technique] Contact Paper and Ink Lifting by Channin

on May 01, 2018
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[Technique] Contact Paper and Ink Lifting by Channin

Hello everyone! It’s Channin here with a new technique video! In today’s video I expand upon the ink lifting technique by incorporating contact paper masks!

[Technique] Contact Paper and Ink Lifting by Channin

Watch below or on our YouTube channel.

To start I die cut several flowers and leaves from a 6” x 6” piece of contact paper with the Bouquet Builder Matching Dies. Once die cut I saved the die sheet as well as the die cut flower and leaves.

Next, I ink blended distressed oxides (1:Peacock Feathers, Salty Ocean, Wilted Violet; 2: Picked Raspberry, Wild Honey, Spiced Marmalade) onto 2 A2 panels of Bristol paper die cut using the largest die from the A2 Nesting Rectangles 1 Die set.

I then heat set the panels and then removed the backing on the contact paper die cuts and adhered them to the panels. I adhered the sheet to one panel and the die cuts leaves and flowers to the other.

Next, with a wrung out chamois cloth, I lifted the ink off the panels by pressing the chamois to the paper. Once I finished lifting the ink off the surface, I removed the contact paper and then stamped and white heat embossed some flowers and leaves from the Bouquet Builder Samp Set onto the panels.

Next, I created my sentiments by stamping and heat embossing sentiments from the Rainbows Stamp Set onto strips of black cardstock. To finish the cards, I adhered the panels onto A2 top-folding card bases and then adhered the sentiments with foam tape.

I hope you enjoyed today’s video and technique! Thanks so much for stopping by!


~Channin

 

PRODUCTS:

WFC172 Bouquet Builder 1 Combo, stamps & matching die (flower & leaves) 

271172 Bouquet Builder 1 Stamp Set (flower & leaves) 

310212 Bouquet Builder 1 Matching Die (flower & leaves)

310204 A2 Nesting Rectangles 1 Die (panel) 

271176 Rainbows Stamp Set (sentiment) 

[Fun Friday] Shaker Card with Suspended Element by Amanda

on April 20, 2018
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[Fun Friday] Shaker Card with Suspended Element by Amanda

Hi here everyone! It's Amanda here and today I'm making a really fun shaker card using the adorable stamp set "Toadally".

I started by stamping and coloring a bunch of images from the Toadally Stamp Set, colored them with Copics and cut them using the matching dies. I used the dies "Nesting Circles 2" to create a window and added color to the the base card with Distress Inks.

To finish up my card I closed the window with acetate, laid foam tape on the back of the panel and added clear sparkling sequins. I also created a suspended element inside the window following a really cool (and easy) tutorial by Jennifer Mcguire. You can watch the video below for more details.

[Fun Friday] Shaker Card with Suspended Element by Amanda

Watch below or on our YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!

Amanda

 

PRODUCTS:

WFC163 Toadally Combo Set, stamps & matching dies (images & sentiment) 

271163 Toadally Stamp Set (images & sentiment) 

310197 Toadally Matching Die (images & 

310207 Nesting Circles 2 Die (circle window) 

[Fun Friday] Summertime Love Notes by Therese

on April 13, 2018
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[Fun Friday] Summertime Love Notes by Therese

Hello everyone! Therese here and today I share an easy way to use the Love Notes Die on a card! This is a great way to add a personalized sentiment or even a gift card to your project.

[Fun Friday] Summertime Love Notes by Therese

Watch below or on our YouTube channel.

My striped background was stamped using the Plaid Play stamp set.

And the images for my sentiment greeting card were from both the Summer Time and Balloon Messages stamp sets.

Finally, just in case, I added some instructions on the envelope using the Open Here Stamp Set.

Thanks for stopping by, I hope you have a great day!

Therese

 

Products:

Love Notes Die  (envelope) 

Summer Time Stamp Set (images) 

Summer Time Matching Die (images)

Balloon Messages Stamp Set (sentiment inside envelope)

Plaid Play Stamp Set (striped background)

Open Here Stamp Set (sentiment on the front of envelope)

You Said What Dye Ink (yellow) 

Oh Happy Day Dye Ink (orange)

New Fish in Pond Dye Ink (aqua)

[Technique] Ink Extracting with a Chamois by Channin

on April 10, 2018
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[Technique] Ink Extracting with a Chamois by Channin

Hello all! It's Channin here and I have a really fun technique that I’m super excited to share with you all today! In today’ s video I will demonstrate how to create some beautifully textured backgrounds with a very simple ink extracting technique. Best part is you most likely already have all the supplies you need to give this a try!

[Technique] Ink Extracting with a Chamois by Channin

Watch below or on our YouTube channel.

First, I die cut an A2 panel from Bristol paper using the largest die from the A2 Nesting Rectangles 1 Die Set.

I then ink blended either distress inks or oxides over the entire panel.

I then bundled up a wrung out chamois and bounced it over the surface of the blended panel.

I then stamped, copic colored, and then die cut with the matching dies several images from the Bouquet Builder Set.

Next, I stamped and white heat embossed sentiments from the Rainbows Stamp Set onto black cardstock.

Lastly, I adhered the panels onto A2 top-folding card bases with liquid adhesive and then adhered the flowers and sentiments with foam tape.

I hope you enjoyed today’s technique and will give it a try yourselves! :) Thanks for stopping by!

~Channin

 

PRODUCTS:

WFC172 Bouquet Builder 1 Combo Set, stamps & matching dies (images) 

271172 Bouquet Builder 1 Stamp Set (images) 

310212 Bouquet Builder 1 Matching Die (images) 

271176 Rainbows Stamp Set (sentiments) 

310204 A2 Nesting Rectangles 1 Die (panel)

[Technique] Letter Substitution, Teacher Thank You Cards by Channin

on April 03, 2018

[Technique] Letter Substitution, Teacher Thank You Cards by Channin

Hello all! It’s Channin here with a new technique video to share. This week I decided to revisit one of my absolute favorite techniques, letter substitution. Several of the new sets from our spring release work so well with this technique but today I focus on the Pencil In set and create some teacher appreciation cards.

[Technique] Letter Substitution, Teacher Thank You Cards by Channin

Watch below or on our YouTube channel.

First, I stamped a background with small stamps from the Pencil In Stamp Set onto an A2 panel die cut using the largest die from the A2 Nesting Rectangles 1 Die set. I used a patterned stamping technique to make stamping the entire panel quick and simple. I arranged several small stamps from the Pencil In set within the lower right quartered section of the panel and then stamped the images in Coffee Loves Milk. Next, I rotated the panel 180 degrees and then inked the stamps and stamped again. I then rearranged the small stamps into the lower left quarter of the panel and repeated the above process again.

I then stamped, copic colored, and then die cut out with the matching dies the standing boy and girl from the Pencil In set. Next, I arranged the letters T-H-A-K and O-U from the Cutaway Alpha Stamp Set onto my panel to spell out thank you but I substituted the girl and boy for the letters N and Y. Once arranged correctly I inked the letters in Memento Tuxedo Black and then stamped. Lastly, I adhered my panel to an A2 top-folding card base with liquid glue and then added the girl and boy with foam tape.

I hope you enjoyed today’s technique! Thanks so much for stopping by!

~Channin

 

PRODUCTS:

WFC164 Pencil In Combo Set - stamps & matching dies (images)

271164 Pencil In Stamp Set (images)

310198 Pencil In Matching Die (images)

310204 A2 Nesting Rectangles 1 Die (panel)

271066 Cutaway Alpha Stamp Set (sentiment) 

120003 Ink - Dye - Coffee Loves Milk (background) 

[Technique] DIY Pop Up Watercolor Card by Channin

on March 27, 2018
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[Technique] DIY Pop Up Watercolor Card by Channin

Hello all! It’s Channin here with a new technique video! Today I’m creating a pop up card using several images from the sweet Spring Time and Hoppy Sets. After some simple watercoloring using Tombow Dual Brush Pens, I created my own pop up mechanism for the inside of the card and adhered the images to it to create a festive easter scene.

[Technique] DIY Pop Up Watercolor Card by Channin

Watch below or on our YouTube channel.

First I stamped the inside and front of an A2 card base made from Canson cold press watercolor paper with images and sentiments from the Spring Time and Hoppy Stamp Sets in Versafine Onyx Black (a waterproof ink).

Next, I watercolored the images in with Tombow Dual Brush Pens (173, 132, 743, 925, 493). I then stamped more images on watercolor paper in Versafine and watercolored them with my Dual Brush Pens as well (173, 132, 743, 925, 493, 993, 055, N89, 636, 603, 977, 879).

 

When dry I die cut them out with the matching dies. Next, I scored and folded my pop up mechanism (2”x 5 1/2” and scored lengthwise at 1/2”, 1”, & 1 1/2”) and then adhered it inside the card. I then adhered by scene to the mechanism. Lastly I added some images to the card front with some foam tape.

I hope you enjoyed today’s video and card. Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!

~Channin

 

PRODUCTS:

WFC154 Spring Time Combo Set - stamps & matching dies (images) 

271154 Spring Time Stamp Set (images) 

310188 Spring Time Matching Die (images) 

WFC165 Hoppy Combo Set - stamps & matching dies (images & sentiment) 

271165 Hoppy Stamp Set (images & sentiment)

310199 Hoppy Matching Die (images & sentiment) 

[Technique] Faux Bejeweling with Cross Stitch Stamps by Channin

on March 19, 2018
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[Technique] Faux Bejeweling with Cross Stitch Stamps by Channin

Hello all! It’s Channin here with a new technique video to share. This week I have a new spin on Waffle Flower’s cross stitch stamp sets. In today’s video I combine Nuvo Jewel Drops with several WF cross stitch stamp sets (Stitched Cacti, Stitched Cup for Tea, Stitched Peonies) to create a fun bejeweled look.

[Technique] Faux Bejeweling with Cross Stitch Stamps by Channin

Watch below or on our YouTube channel.

First, I stamped a cactus from the Stitched Cacti Stamp Set in distress oxides (cracked pistachio, twisted citron, abandoned coral, wild honey). Then with Nuvo Jewel Drops, I made small drops on each one of the x’s in the image with the corresponding jewel drop color (Key Lime, Strawberry Coulis, Limoncello).

Once the drops were dry I added Black Tie Enamel Accents to the eyes. When the entire image was dry, I fussy cut the cactus out. I then stamped a sentiment from the Hello Stamp Set in VersaFine Onyx Black onto a yellow A2 top-folding card base (4.25” x 11”, scored and folded at 5.5”). Lastly, I added the cactus with foam tape.

 

For these two cards, I used all the same distress oxide inks as before except I didn’t use Wild Honey and stamped the pots in WF’s Daydreaming Dye Ink instead. I used all the same Nuvo Jewel Drops as previously with the addition of Sea Breeze for the pots. I also used a sentiment from the Hoppy Stamp Set.

 

For this card I used the Stitched Cup of Tea Stamp Set and WF inks Tickled Pink, My Pleasure, You Said What, and Oh Happy Day for the images.

I used Strawberry Coulis, Limoncello and Rosewater Nuvo drops and the sentiment is from the Books & Coffee Stamp Set.

 

For this last card, I used the Stitched Peonies Stamp Set with WF inks Tickled Pink, My Pleasure, and Oh Happy Day and Distress Oxide Cracked Pistachio for the leaves and stems. This stamp set has a matching die so I used the die instead of fussy cutting these flowers. 

I also used Strawberry Coulis, Limoncello, Rosewater, and Key Lime Nuvo drops and the Embroidered Greeting for the sentiment.

I hope you enjoyed! Thanks for stopping by!

~Channin

 

PRODUCTS:

271096 Stitched Cacti Stamp Set (images for cards 1-3) 

271097 Stitched Cup of Tea Stamp Set (images for card 4) 

271130 Stitched Peonies Stamp Set (images for card 5) 

310164 Stitched Peonies Matching Die (images for card 5) 

271167 Hello Stamp Set (sentiment for card 1) 

271165 Hoppy Stamp Set (sentiment for cards 2-3) 

271132 Books & Coffee Stamp Set (sentiment for card 4) 

271170 Embroidered Greetings (sentiment for card 5) 

120002 Ink - Dye - You Said What (yellow) 

120004 Ink - Dye - Oh Happy Day (orange) 

120009 Ink - Dye - Tickled Pink (pink) 

120012 Ink - Dye - My Pleasure (red) 

120006 Ink - Dye - Daydreaming (blue)

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