Isn't that the cutest release image ever?? It's Release Day over at Clear and Simple Stamps!! There are 9 New Sets in the store as well as one BIG exciting website makeover! Be sure to take a look around - there's lots to explore and still more to come in the future as new features are added in the new year - with still more exciting news to come too!! ;-)
I have a couple more projects to share with you today using the new Love set that is now available:
Even though this set may look strictly like a Valentine's set upon first glance, it really is extremely versatile. Here, I've used that adorable Koala bear image along with a sentiment from the Naptime set to create a quick baby girl card! I used Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla and Pink Pirouette textured CS along with DP from last year's American Crafts' Romance collection. The image was stamped in Momento Rich Cocoa and colored with Copics.
And this little thing is actually a gift card holder. I probably will hold onto this until Valentine's Day and then stick a Starbuck's or Borders gift card inside for Joel. I used that AWESOME stringed hearts image (seriously LOVE that!! - if you missed it, be sure to check out yesterday's post for the Anniversary card I made for Joel using this image). My gift card holder uses DP from Cloud 9 along with Kraft and Very Vanilla CS. The image was stamped in Momento Rich Cocoa and colored with Copics and my Uniball white gel pen thing (whatever it's called??). I'll be back tomorrow with a gift card holder tutorial as part of my 12 Days of Christmas post for Papercraft Planet (sorry, but I gotta keep you guys coming back for more somehow right?? LOL).
Speaking of 12 Days of Christmas, be sure to stop by Papercraft Planet today - Clear and Simple Stamps is the host for Day 10 and you could win some CSS goodies for playing along in a fun little scavenger hunt!!
Be sure to check out all of the fabulous sets available as part of the Well Wishes Collection!
Be sure to stop by the other DT blogs for some New Release eye candy with the other sets as well: