Monday, February 10, 2014

Inspirational Words by Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps

Hello, and Welcome!  
Today is Day 3 of Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps
 February New Release Blog Hop!

Today the DT is thrilled to share the new Inspirational Word Art 1 with you.  This 4"x6" set includes 6 inspiring sentiments that are sure to encourage any recipient and go nicely with any stamps you already own.  This set is the first in it's series!

I love the encouraging words in this set!  This one in particular, is perfect for my 21 year old son, who, until now, has not taken the straightest path in life.  I made this for him as encouragement when the going gets tough.  And he knows how much I love the mountains and hiking and how I love to drag him with me!
I used Inktense pencils to color in a sky, then stamped the mountains from the Landscape Silhouettes Set in Basic Gray. Using my Versamarker, I added a bit a Versamark ink to the mountain tops and then embossed with white embossing powder.  The edges were sponged with Scattered Straw and the sentiment stamped with Versafine ink.

  • Key sentiment measures approximately 1.75" x 2"
  •  Designed by Korin Sutherland
  • Stamp set is $15
The DT has shared their gorgeous samples in the thumbnails below.  Stop by each of their blogs and comment for a chance to WIN one of (2) $20 gift codes to our store!
Don't miss these other opportunities to win:
(1) $20 gift code drawn from all comments on Friday's release blog post
(1) $20 gift code drawn from all comments on full reveals in our SCS forum
(1) $20 gift code drawn from all participants in our release challenge hosted on blog
The deadline to comment for a chance to win is midnight EST Friday, February 14th.  The list of winners will be announced on our blog by Monday, February 17th.

Thanks so much for joining us!  Enjoy the hop!

Lee Ann  :)

Supplies Used-
Stamps- Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Landscape Silhouettes, Inspiration Word Art 1
Paper-Watercolor paper, SU Old Olive, Brown Sugar, Basic Gray, SoHo Subway dsp
Ink-Tim Holtz Tattered Straw Distress Ink, SU Basic Gray, Versafine Black
Other- Versamarker, White ep, Inktense Pencil, Wood grain embossing folder, Tim Holtz Pine Tree Bigz Die, SU faux wood button, washi tape


  1. What a wonderful card! So well put together and thought provoking.

  2. so beautiful a scene, it reminds me of the adirondocks.

  3. Wow! A wonderful job designing this card.

  4. How inspiring, Lee Ann! What a wonderful card design! Love the use of the mountains with this sentiment! Hugs!

  5. Wonderful! Love the woodsy colours and masculine design.

  6. Very pretty. Unique idea to have the trees off the card but folded back when mailing. Love it.

  7. I am lovin' these new stamps, AND your card. Great inspiration, thanks so much!

  8. This is a gorgeous card! Very masculine design.

  9. What a great masculine card - as soon as I saw it I thought masculine - great job.

  10. This is a card we all need to have on hand. Great theme and embellishments!

  11. Great card.

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  12. Very cool card for your son!! I love your mountain scene with snowcap mountains, the coloring and that cool colored paper underneath!

  13. Love the outdoor theme on this card...great sentiment.

  14. Beautiful card! Love all the scenery you created!

  15. I think I love this verse the best out of all of them -- it says so much! Your card is beautifully done.

  16. Very pretty. Great way to showcase that sentiment!

  17. Love the sentiment - fabulous card!!!!

  18. What a beautiful card! Love the rustic feel!
    Hugs, Debbie!

  19. I love the colors and the layering on this very inspirational card. Your work always delights!

  20. Ooo . . . what a gorgeous card! I love the "scene" you have created with the mountains and that tree. Your patterned paper almost looks like water; it could be a mountain lake.

  21. Love this card. So rugged-looking, and definitely has an outdoorsy feel!


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