Hi there! I am taking part in an exciting introduction today that celebrates two fabulous companies coming together under one roof: Spellbinders and Fun Stamper’s Journey. If you’re unfamiliar with Fun Stamper’s Journey, let me introduce a bit of information about them:
1) FSJ stamps are made in the USA of deeply etched red rubber for a perfect impression every time.
2) Our thin metal dies are made of steel to give you clean cuts time and time again, without warping or dulling. And, they’re coated in FSJ green so they’re easy to find!
3) We offer over 50 exclusive colors – matching cardstock, ink, ribbon and accessories makes creating easy!
4) Over 50% of our stamps have coordinating dies – no more fussy cutting!
So much fun, right? If you’re unfamiliar with this company, you definitely should go check them out here! I was able to create a trio of simple, but elegant, holiday cards in a relatively short amount of time using the new It’s Wonderful stamp set and Branch & Cone dies. Let’s get started with the details!
I began by heat embossing that huge, beautiful calligraphic greeting from It’s Wonderful in silver on to some lilac, mint, and blue card stock. (I used my MISTI, so this came together lickety split!) I then blended some coordinating inks to highlight the sentiment a bit using the Life Changing Blender Brushes. (Let me tell ya, those things are amazing for soft blending like this!! Total game changer!)
After heat embossing my greetings, I die cut several different foliage elements from silver glitter, foil, and shimmer papers using the Branch & Cone dies. I then arranged them in the upper corner of the embossed panels and adhered them with liquid adhesive.
The final step was to add some of the Holiday Sparkles as “berries.”
Well, that’s all for me today! I hope you enjoyed my project and are enjoying exploring this new company! Fun Stamper’s Journey is fairly new to me, so it’s exciting to get to see all of their new products and add another company to my arsenal of goodies!
Thanks so much for stopping by today, and have a marvelous day!