Waffle Flower

New Release Blog Hop

November 5, 2020


Good Morning Friends! Welcome to Waffle's Flower's November 2020 Release Day! I am so excited to be participating in their New Release Blog Hop. Today Waffle Flower is rolling out their new release that includes 3 stamp sets, 1 stamp-n-stencil combo, and 14 stencils! All of the products from this month's release are already waiting for you on the website Here.

This month's Waffle Flower release is all about creativity boosters. For many of us, time in the craft room is all about clearing the mind and recharging. With that goal in mind, Waffle Flower packed this release full of stencils and silhouettes designed to feed your imagination. 
I have lots to share today, so let's get started... 


My first card uses the Paint Strokes Stencil. This is such a fun and artsy stencil with so many possibilities. Once I added my colors, I splattered my card panel with a little white paint and Red Velvet ink. For my sentiments I am using the Classic Sentiments Combo Set. This is such a great set of sentiments, perfect for so many occasions. 


My next card uses the Ring Builder Stencil. This is a unique stencil in that it creates a basic petal design. Though as you turn the stencil and add more colors you can create some amazing designs. It is definitely fun to play with and one that I will reach for often.


To finish my card I again added some white paint splatters and then trimmed my panel down. I then wrapped my card panel with some white embroidery floss. Lastly, I attached my sentiment and card panel to my A2 card base with foam adhesive. Such a sweet baby card, though by just changing the colors it will be fitting for lots of occasions.


For this card I am using the Infinite Petals Stencil Pack. This pack includes two stencils. It create the most fun wreath or ring design. 


Once my panel was finished I trimmed it down and attached it to an A2 card base. I added a soft gray strip of cardstock across the top and stamped my sentiment directly onto my card base. Such a clean and graphic design, I love it.


Are you still with me? My last card uses the Pine Trees Stencil. This stencil includes three trees and a mask to create a snow bank or the ground. I masked off the edges of my card panel and added ink to create my tree. I then used the tree mask and added a little Glitz Glitter Gel to some of the opening on the trees mask. 


Keeping my mask in place, I then used the snowbank stencil to create my ground and sky. Once my panel was finished I added a few white splatters to look like snow. Such a pretty Holiday card and perfect for mailing too.


Be sure to join the Blog Hop for lots of ideas and inspiration.
Blog Hop List:

Giveaways:
We can't have a Blog Hop without a Giveaway! 
For today's hop, Waffle Flower is giving away $25 gift certificates to three lucky winners. You can leave a comment on my blog and along the hop by 11:59pm EDT on November 8, 2020 for your chances to win. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any of the posts in this blog hop and will be announced on the Waffle Flowers Blog on 11/11/2020. 

There are more giveaways to enter on the @waffleflowercrafts Instagram account so make sure you follow along and don't miss out.

Specials:
From now till 11-8-2020, all orders over $50 placed at waffleflower.com will receive a FREE  Merry Bow Stencil Set (No code required; Limited 1 per customer; while supplies last).
Also, make sure you check out the Last Chance section on their website. There are many items for 25% off until they are gone. This would be a great place to start your collection. Also they will host an annual Grab Bag event with great saving from November 15th to November 30th.

I also wanted to mention that I used Gina K ink for all of my stenciling. The colors I used are Innocent Pink, Red Velvet, Lemon Drop, Applemint and Sea Glass.

Thanks for joining me today. I hope you enjoyed my cards! Please feel free to ask any questions and I will do my best to answer them. Thanks again to Waffle Flower for asking me to be a guest for their release. It has been a lot of fun and I can't wait to use these stencils again!

Enjoy your day,


39 comments:

  1. Beautiful stenciled backgrounds and I love the splatters!

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  2. These new stencils are amazing and I love what you've done with them, your cards are beautiful.

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  3. Awesome cards, love the colour combinations. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Love these, Dana! I think I need that paint stroke stencil (and the other two in the bundle).

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  5. I really like the color scheme you chose for your cards, I find it very soothing. The pine tree card is my favorite!

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  6. Absolutely loving that first card!

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  7. Love the stencils..you have made such lovely cards. Thank you for your inspiration!!

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  8. Love the backgrounds you did - they are just beautiful!!

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  9. Marisela Delgado said: So beautiful! Fabulous cards! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  10. Beautiful cards! I think the Christmas tree card is my favourite. I love all the soft colours!

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  11. Hi, Dana -
    I already ordered the "ring maker" stencil (or whatever it's called) and now I am thinking that I should definitely have ordered that tree as well! Your work is gorgeous and inspiring! Blessings now and always.
    Lori S in PA

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  12. Wonderful cards I really like that paint strokes stencil that I've seen on the hop. It offers so many cool background combinations.

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  13. Your stenciled backgrounds are so gorgeous looking! I also really love the splatters on the cards too!

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  14. Beautiful stenciled backgrounds. Awesome cards!

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  15. Gorgeous cards Dana. I love your choice of colours.
    Thank you for the inspiration.
    Keep well.
    T x

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  16. Such Beautiful & Creative Projects , such a great prize package to work with 💙

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  17. The petal stencil is so interesting. Kinda reminds me of the pictures you stare at and a pretty image appears. Looked a bit like a baby card, really pretty colors and backgrounds.

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  18. Your Holiday card is so peaceful!
    I love the colors and the lone Pine tree, It's so versatile you could send it any time during the Winter months too!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Your Congrats card is especially wonderful. I love the colors you chose to go with this cool stencil...

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  20. Very lovely cards! Love these build up stencils! great idea!

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  21. Loved all your creations, Dana. My favourite is the Pine Trees Stencil card. Thank you for sharing.

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  22. All the lovely stencils in the release... so wonderful!

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  23. Beautiful cards Dana! I am so intrigued by how the middle 2 stencils were used. I was a bit baffled when I saw them, but am truly impressed at what great backgrounds can be made with them! I love the lone pine tree and the soft background.

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  24. The pastel colors are beautiful and sweet!! Very nice cards!

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  25. Amazing cards! Those stencils are the bomb! I love how you used glitter gel on your tree!!

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  26. Wow! Just beautiful! I love all the color combinations and the glittery texture on the Christmas tree!

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  27. Love the designs you created with these awesome stencils! Beautiful cards! The pine tree scene is lovely!

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  28. Awesome designs! Love what you created! Magnificent colors!

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  29. Wow, all your cards are so beautiful! I love the softness using watercolor looks on all your cards!

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  30. I love these cards, and those colors!

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  31. Pretty colors and backgrounds.

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  32. Hi Dana :) Love your color palettes and compositions!!! Great cards! TFS :)

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  33. Such awesome cards! Love the vibrant backgrounds...
    Thanks for sharing

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