Jun 5, 2019

Waffle Flower June 2019 Blog Hop + Giveaway!

Hello everyone! Welcome to the June 2019 Waffle Flower Release Blog Hop! Here are all the hop participants:


To celebrate the blog hop, Waffle Flower is giving away $25 gift certificates to THREE lucky winners. You can leave a comment on this blog and along the hop by 11:59pm ET on 6/8/19 for your chances to win. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any of the posts on this blog hop and will be announced on the Waffle Flower blog on 6/10/2019.

Ok, let me show you what I made with the new release! First up, I created this card using the Iris You Stamp Set.
I did some very light ink blending on the background and then Copic colored the flowers.
For this one, I colored the flowers the same way but I created a darker ink blended background with Wilted Violet Distress Oxide Ink and then spritzed some water on it.
The frame is from the Waffle Flower Picture Frames Dies.
Next up, I created this card with the Konnichiwa stamp set. I cut pieces of cardstock at an angle and then used all the characters and most of the scene building items too.
This color combo is a favorite of mine.
I also created this little card with the same set. I die cut a circle out of red cardstock and popped it up on white paper to mimic the Japanese flag.
I love that the sentiments in Konnichiwa are in English and Japanese.
Next up is P-ARR-TY Time. I love the cute mice dressed as pirates and all the little accessories you can have them holding.

I used the Wave Texture Die to create that stitched looking background.
I also have this little number made with Plant Kindness. I had so much fun coloring the little cup of plants.
I covered the water with Tonic Studios Nuvo Crystal Glaze to make it look shiny.
For the Vine Frame Die, I turned it into faux chalkboard art by adding colored pencil elements over dark grey cardstock.
I used Polychromos Pencils for this technique.
Last, but not least is the Coffee Cup die and Stamp set. I went a little crazy making several coffee cups to share all the different stamp options.
On a couple of cups, I created a cup holder using Kraft cardstock and a paper crimper!
So that's it! I know I went a little overboard this month! So leave me a comment below. You can tell me your favorite set this month, or your favorite card I made. Don't forget to leave comments on all the blogs by 6/8 for a chance to win one of three $25 gift cards! Thanks so much for stopping by today!