Winnie & Walter February Release Day 2

Welcome to Day 2 of the Winnie & Walter February Release Premieres! Today I have two more cards for you made with these upcoming sets: 
Scenery: Into the Woods, Wishing You with Evelin T Designs and True Multifaceted Border Cutaways. 

On the first card, I stamped and heat-embossed the birch trees from Scenery: Into the Woods onto my white card base and applied green and coral ink with an ink blending tool.  then I stamped the sentiment and the balloon, colored the balloon with Copics and finished the card off with cute sequins from Little Things from Lucy's Cards.

Here comes the second card:

I trimmed a panel from watercolor paper slightly smaller than my yellow card base and applied yellow watercolor to it. Then I die-cut the Multifaceted Border from it and created a shaker window with clear cardstock. Now I stamped the sentiment and the stars, filled the window with sequins (a special mix just for Winnie & Walter!) and adhered everything to the card. Finally I adhered some sequins to the front.

What do you think? The stamps and dies are so much fun, aren't they? I love them all! For your chance to win the new sets, be sure to visit the Winnie & Walter blog and comment there. And find the amazing samples of the other girls, too!
All the new products will be available for purchase on February 26, 2016, 10:00 p.m. CST.

I hope you'll come back tomorrow for more premieres of the Winnie & Walter release! Thanks for visiting!



Teresa Doyle said...

Love the Into the Woods card done in pastels.I would have never thought to do that! I LOVE bright colours so THAT I would think to do. This is stunning too! As a matter of fact, both of your cards are fantastic!

Stampnms said...

Using the new border as a shaker window is brilliant. The delicate lines are perfect for stability without obscuring the sequins.

SD said...

Beautiful cards!

MelissaF said...

Beautiful cards, love the soft ink blending and the border cutaway shaker, so creative!

Diane Jaquay said...

Love both of these, so fabulous!!

Unknown said...

Such beautiful cards! I couldn't decide which one is my favorite because both are so, so gorgeous.

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