It’s the 15th, and the JULY Release is now available for purchase in The Greeting Farm Store. We are so excited to introduce 4 new stamps this month! Our first set, called TAKE A HIKE features the cutest couple ready to go on summer adventures. Our 2nd set called MISS ANYA SAMOYED features some fabulous big Anyas and an adorable Samoyed dog. Next, we have SLUMBER PARTY with 3 girls all ready for their sleepover. And lastly, we have a new sentiment set called THIS DAY perfect for those planner and calendar pages.
To celebrate our release, we are having a short BLOG HOP!! You have until JULY 18th at 12pm CST/1pm EST to leave your comments on each Designer’s Blog and The Greeting Farm Blog (letting us know you completed the hop). The winner wins this entire release!**NOTE: Please use the same name on all the blogs when leaving a comment. Also, please do not pick the Anonymous option when leaving a comment (otherwise we won’t be able to verify that it’s you). Thank you!
This is a short hop, and definitely worth playing along! Of course, if you can’t wait for the hop to be over, you can purchase these stamps HERE. We will have more cards featuring the new stamps from our Design Team Leaders on the16th so be sure to stop back by The Greeting Farm Blog to see more inspiration. Happy Hopping!
Hey everyone! Welcome to previews for the July 2019 release! We are kicking things off with Take A Hike!
I coloured these two little cuties up with my copic markers, then fussy cut them out. I really love how adorable this set it!
I have a pile of alcohol inks kicking around, and a bunch of yupo. But I don’t use them, well I have been on this mission to use all these things I have. DO I used some blues, and the blending solution to create this fun water looking background for these little ones in their canoe.
Hey everyone! Today I have a sweet little fish card. Using some My Favorite things products!
I pulled out my Schminke watercolours and painted up all the fish in the Friends with Fins stamp set. I stamped them out with Distress Ink Antique Linen. Then I fussy cut them all out once they were painted.
The background started with a blend from light to dark blues. Adding the white rays over the top with the pigment ink, then giving it a bit of a finished edge with the brown distress oxide.
Adding a few sequins and tiny enamel dots finished off this card.