Thursday, January 18, 2018

The Ton's 3rd Anniversary Release - Day 3


Hello and Welcome to Day3 of The Ton's 3rd Anniversary Release!

Are you enjoying our new release? All new release items are now available in The Ton shop!

Today we have five clear stamps inclusive two mini sets, one rubber cling background stamp and three Couture Mixes to share with you.

The Loose Tulips and Sweet Folk Hummingbird set are beautiful floral outline sets. Coloring the big flowers is a delight! The City Buildings Cling background stamp is a fun addition to our unique background stamp collection. The Smooched and XOXO mini sets were pre-released last week to give you more time to create your Valentine's day projects. Kind, Fierce and Brave mini set is a great sentiment set for an encouragement card.

Today's Couture Mixes are Pink Bokeh, Rose Champagne Sparkle and Cosmic Mauve. And we have a new sequins to share: the Rose Gold Sequins 2mm!





 




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  *This promotion does not apply to prior purchases. The threshold amount is calculated before taxes and shipping. This promotion will continue until January 28, 2018 at 11:59pm EST or until supplies last. Limit one incentive package per order. No coupon code needed. All incentive products will be added to qualified orders automatically (They will not show up in your cart but will be added to orders as we pack them). 

**There must be at least one new release stamp in your order to qualify for these GWPs. 

***If you placed an order for our Smooched or XOXO Mini set in the last few weeks, we will combine that order amount to your new order for a total qualifying threshold amount.  Please include your original order number (the order that included Smooched or XOXO Mini) in the notes of your new order.


 ALL NEW RELEASE ITEMS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE TON SHOP!

Today I have four cards to share with you. 

The first card is an almost one layer creation using Loose Tulips.


I started off by making masks for the flowers and leaves. I stamped the tulips in Rose Quartz and the leaves in Blue Diamond to create the tulip field along with masking when needed. I then colored the image using Copic markers. I used RV11, RV13, RV14 for the pink tulips, R20, R21, R22 and R24 for the coral tulips and BG11, BG32, BG13, BG15 and BG49 for the leaves. After done with coloring I blended Caribbean Turquoise ink on the bottom part of the panel and added white dots using a white gel pen. The sentiment from Loose Tulips was gold heat embossed on the panel. I trimmed down the panel slightly and foam mounted it onto a light gray cardbase. I finished off the card by adding some sequins from Mint Sugar and Misty Mint



On my next card I colored the tulip from Sweet Folk Hummingbird set using alcohol inks. 


The tulip image from Sweet Folk Hummingbird was silver heat embossed on a alcohol ink cardstock. I then dripped the alcohol ink on it and tilted the paper carefully to move and blend the colors. I used Flamingo and Shell Pink for the pink tulip, Valencia, Sunset Orange and Sunshine yellow for the orange one and Citrus and Botanical for the leaves. The background was created with Aqua and Citrus diluted using rubbing alcohol. The sentiment from the same set was white heat embossed on a dark gray cardstock. I added a strip of white cardstock on which I adhered Glossy Fine Transparent adhesive paper, underneath the sentiment strip to add some sparkle. My finishing touch was some sequins from Pink Bokeh and Cosmic Mauve Couture Mix and Glass Slippers sequins mix. 



My next two cards could be Valentine's Day cards :).


To create this card I made the background panel first. I loosely colored an A2 sized watercolor panel in cobalt turquoise and white heat embossed Delicate Polka Dots on it. I then cut the letters for "hugs" using Bold General Greeting and Bold Amazing Greeting Word Plate Dies from some watercolor paper and watercolored the letters in yellow. I borrowed "and" from Holiday Word Dies. I cut it from a transparent glitter paper made using our Glossy Fine Transparent adhesive paper and two more times from thick white cardstock to stack them together. The lips from Smooched set were stamped in Red Sangria Hybrid ink which is pinkish red. I clear heat embossed the lips after stamping to make them shiny. I foam mounted all the elements onto my card as shown in the picture and added some sequins from Glass Slippers round confetti



Today's last card is featuring Smooched and City Buildings


I silver heat embossed the  City Buildings background on a black cardstock and cut the upper part to create a skyline. The night sky was created by blending Deep Sapphire, Iris Blooms, Light Onyx  on the cardbase. I splattered white opaque ink on it and blended Hampton White pigment ink above the building line. I foam mounted the Ciry Building scene on the cardbase. I trimmed down the bottom part of it to show the silver glitter paper I adhered on the cardbase. I added yellow Pico embellisher on a window of a house I want to show off and colored the house in purple using a colored pencil. The lips from Smooched were stamped in Valentine Red and Lipstick Red and clear heat embossed. The hearts are from Beautiful Day Bicycle set. I stamped them in red as well clear heat embossed and cut with the coordinating dies. The sentiment from Smooched set was white heat embossed on a silver cardstock and added onto the card using foam adhesives. I added the hearts and lips and some sequins from Lilac Blossoms to finish off the card. The small heart on the sentiment panel needed some Glossy Accents :).




DAILY RELEASE GIVEAWAYS

For each Release Day (1 through 3), The Ton is giving away a stamp set of choice from the new release! So there are three stamps up for grabs! To qualify, you must leave a comment on The Ton's Daily Release posts. Leave a comment on each Design Team member's blogs to increase your chances of winning. The comment period will close on January 28, 5pm EST. Winners will be announced thereafter on The Ton’s blog.

THE TON CHALLENGE

The Ton's January Challenge is a cue word challenge! CHEERS is the theme! Play along and get a chance to win a $50 spree to The Ton’s shop!

(Gift certificates only apply to The Ton stamps, dies, ink, gilding and embossing powder.)





That's it from me today! And now you saw all the new release items. Did you find some favorites? I'm sure you did :). 

Don't forget to check out the gorgeous inspirations on my fellow DT members blogs before you go shopping :)! 
Thank you so much for your love and support!  A week long Blog Hop is starting tomorrow. There will be awesome lineup of amazing guest designers everyday on the blog hop! 
Hope you stop by The Ton's blog tomorrow and hop along! 

Have a wonderful day! 
Hugs,
TaeEun

36 comments:

  1. wow loving all your fab cards - the colors and designs are so creative and inspiring :)

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  2. You are so crafty!! Love the color choices for sure!! Your cards are pleasing to the eye.

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  3. Very cute Valentine's cards. I love the gorgeous
    flowers and the pretty colors you used.

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  4. The cards are so pretty I really liked the way you used alcohol inks

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  5. What gorgeous flowers!!
    I'm loving that sweet folk hummingbird set, too!

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  6. Love your night city card and the snarky comment that shows true love!

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  7. Fabulous projects. I am drawn to the flower project. Any Flower is one of my favorite images and you have colored them beautifully

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  8. My favorite card is the city scene with the kisses.... cool and can be use for ANY occasions!

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  9. love your loose tulips with the alcohol ink coloring - the cityscape embossed in silver is terrific!!

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  10. Great cards designs and coloring/colors.

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  11. my goodness your cards are absolutely beautiful!

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  12. All your cards are beautiful. I love the colors on the first two. Your use of the alcohol ink on the second one was so cool. I'm gonna have to try that!

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  13. What An amazing set of cards! You have the best inspiration!!!

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  14. I am mesmerized with such astonishing cards TaeEun. Wonderful products and amazing inspiration. :-)

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  15. TaeEun, may I share? While choosing the flowers that would make up my bridal bouquet, I caught sight of a fully opened white tulip and said: that's the one! Open, or still tightly closed, tulips are still my favorite - yours are exquisite, both ways!! a full gallery of gorgeousness today, my friend!
    =]

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  16. That’s a fantastic set of cards ! I really love your two florals, they’re completely amazing !
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

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  17. Beautiful cards! Your Sweet Folk Hummingbird is my absolute favorite!

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  18. Love those cards and the colours used!!

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  19. Absolutely gorgeous cards and colouring!!!

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  20. Fantastic cards! Love the night sky on the city buildings card and wow- the coloring on those flowers!!! Really like your Valentine's card, too. Thanks for sharing your gifts!

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  21. Your first card is just stunning... and then you did the alcohol ink one. Wow. I was just wondering about using alcohol ink on stamped images... thanks for sharing this!

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  22. I love your coloring! These look great!

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  23. Pinned your pretty flower card!! So many great looks! Like the hugs and kisses too! Great idea!

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  24. All four of your cards look great! I especially love the one you made with alcohol inks! Did you use Yupo paper for your alcohol ink cardstock?

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    1. Thank you, Angela! The paper is called Alcohol Ink Cardstock and it's from Ranger!

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  25. Amazing cards, I love the vibrant colors.

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  26. Wow, what a fabulous bunch of cards!! I LOVE the silver embossed flowers; so beautiful!!

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  27. I love the tulips. I think they
    are such wonderful flowers and your
    shading is excellent. The heat
    embossing on the other flowers is
    great. thanks for sharing.
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  28. So many fantastic cards! I love the soft colours with the no-line colouring - so beautiful!

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  29. Those loose tuplips are growing on me!

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  30. So beautiful, so much fun, and the last one is still cracking me UP! Thanks so much. (Still grinning!)

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