March 2018 Stamp and Die Release Sneak Peek Day 1

by Lydia Evans

Welcome to the March 2018 Stamp and Die Release Sneak Peek Day 1 post!

We are so excited to share sneak peeks of our new release and we hope you are as excited about these as we are.

So let’s take a peek at our new products:

There are certain times in our lives when we need a little hope. Remind your loved ones that you are there for them with this beautiful floral stamp set. It features a layered peony, leaves, and bud which you can stamp in a variety of colors. Additionally, the meaningful sentiments will help provide the light at the end of the tunnel for someone who truly needs it.

We knew you would love our latest cross-stitching stamp and die, so we had another one ready for you! Besides a beautiful large flower, this set also has a cross-stitch “Hello” and two little butterflies! You may stamp the images and leave them as is, or use the coordinating die to get a realistic cross-stitched look. If you are feeling adventurous, you may go a step further and stitch on the stamped image to create one-of-a-kind projects!

Create your own garden of wildflowers with this gorgeous stamp set. The solid images are perfect for background stamping and for techniques like watercoloring or embossing. We have also included a couple of sentiments to finish off the set. When you need those quick and simply stamped cards, this will be your go-to set!

Every now and then we need to support and encourage our dear friends. Along with meaningful sentiments, this stamp set includes 5 large leaves and spring flowers that can be combined in any way you like to create a special project for a special person.

This versatile background stamp can serve as either a succulent or a rose. Stretch the value of your stamp set by using it as both! The large size means it will make a big impact on your card or layout with minimal effort and the accompanying sentiments are great basics that you will reach for again and again.

This cover die will cut large holes on a 4.25″x5.5″ piece of cardstock. It is perfect for backgrounds and for cross-stitching. This die will create 30×40 squares which are great for simple cross-stitch patterns.

Add a bit of whimsy to your projects with this fun cover die! The doodled dots will add a bit of texture to the background of your project or go bold with a variety of colors. This die is sized to fit the front of an A2 card.

Want a different look for your die cut sentiments? This set is for you! This alphabet die set comprises of 11 full letters and 15 half letters – the half letters have a score line so you can bend them over to create the full letter. Such a fun way to add a personal touch to your next paper crafting project.

We hope you love and are as excited as we are about these new sets in this March 2018 Stamp & Die Release Sneak Peek Day 1 post!

Please let us know in the comments which ones you are excited to see the most. And don’t forget to come back tomorrow and join Jen who is sharing lots more sneak peeks of the new release.

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Lisa Ainscough March 20, 2018 - 05:18

Seriously altenew, just pick one?
Ok the Rose/ succulent just beautiful.
So many creative ideas swirling around in my head right now.

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Monique Van Duren March 20, 2018 - 06:22

Oh I totally love number 1!!! So pretty :o)

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Geneviève March 20, 2018 - 07:27

I give up my prefered one is the I want it all bundle.
Totally guilty of this ?

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Diana B. March 20, 2018 - 12:02

Love love love the layered peony.

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Barb Mc March 20, 2018 - 12:22

Flowers, flowers, flowers! LOVE ❤️ The alphabet is intriguing!

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Padma Santhosh March 21, 2018 - 07:02

Layered peony and the rose background stamps are absolutely mind blowing ?

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Laurie Stunkel March 21, 2018 - 13:44

I am always so excited when you release new items! I LOVE all kinds of flowers & your company fulfills that need to make cards with flowers!
I am excited to see what the new Peony Flower looks like in examples from the 1st Sneak Peek!
Love this time of the month!
Thanxs for sharing!!??
~Laurie

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