Welcome back to day two of the introductions for the new release for Poshta Design. Remember, all of the new products will be available on October 1st at noon EST. Make sure you stop by the Poshta Design blog for all of the product information and details. I have two projects to share today, so let's get started...
For my first ornament, I used the new Simple Scalloped Circle Ornament Die. This basic ornament share is sure to become a staple in your collection! The simple Scalloped Circle Ornament includes three decorative medallions and circular window element that can be used the create a wide assortment of ornaments that coordinate beautifully without feeling to match-matchy.
I love this ornament!! It was so fun to create and the possibilities are endless. I know I will be making a lot more of these for the Christmas season. I think they are perfect to tie onto a gift!
Next, I used the Twinkle Light die to create a strand of holiday lights! Based on a strong of vintage lights this charming little die packs a whole lot of cute in a small package. The unique folder design makes it effortless to securely strong your sweet little bulbs onto twine or yard for garlands that will keep shining for year to come.
Here they are spaced out to create a garland and also a close up. Are they just so Cute?? I can't wait to create a strand in a rainbow of colors!!
Poshta Design will be doing a giveaway on each introductory blog posts for a $50 gift certificate to the website (for a total of 3 gift certificates) and one on the big reveal post for a free kit. Poshta Design will choose the winner from the blog comments on each of the introductory posts. The winner will be announced at 9am on Saturday 10/1 before the release goes live.
Thanks for joining me today. I will be back tomorrow with a few more projects to share so make sure you stop back by!!
Enjoy your day
So much fabulousness!!! I live the colors you chose!!!!ReplyDelete
These are so sweet Dana! Love the color combo on your ornament!ReplyDelete
Didn't know these were coming, and they sure did blow me away!ReplyDelete
The ornaments are especially wonderful. But the old school lights are really cute. We used to use these on our trees.ReplyDelete
Beautiful work, Dana! Lizzie’s designs never disappoint.ReplyDelete
What a cool surprise for holiday dies- beyond excited about the lightsReplyDelete
So cute andReplyDelete
Love the bulbs!
Carla from Arizona