Thursday, May 24, 2018

Catherine Pooler Designs Wild and Wonderful Release Blog Hop - Day 3

Hi Stampers! 
Welcome to Day #3 of the Catherine Pooler's new release! The new Wild and Wonderful release is now LIVE in Catherine Pooler’s online store. This release consists of couple new inks, new stamp sets (with available coordinating dies),  two background stamps, and two stand alone butterfly dies.
Since there are so many new items, check out What’s New section in Catherine’s store to find the new items this release. 
You should have arrived here from Melissa's blog, but if you didn’t, you can find the whole blog hop list at the bottom of this post. 
And since I am the last stop in the hop, you can go back to Catherine's blog if you didn't start from the beginning. 

PRIZES: To celebrate the new release Catherine is so awesome and 5 random winners chosen to receive two free ink pads (and free shipping!)  Announced Friday, May 25.

All supplies and overview of the release are at the bottom of this post!

For the first card today, I used the Wonderful Wildflower set, along with the Kaleidoscope background stamp. To make the card, you will want to start by stamping the images from the set on white card stock using the Midnight ink pad. Once stamped color them with Copic markers or any other alcohol based markers of choice. Cut them out, then using black brush pen, such as Copic go over the edges to mask off the white card stock, so it would blend nicely with the black background. Set them aside.
For the background, stamp the image onto Midnight card stock with Versamark and emboss with White embossing powder. Trim down to 4" x 5 1/4".
Die cut the Hello die from white card stock and fun foam, adhere them together and apply shimmer pen. Assemble your card and you're done :)


For my second card today I used two sets: Focus on the Good and Note of Thanks. To make the card you will want to start by stamping the images from the set on white card stock using Midnight ink, next you will stamp the 2nd step images using the following inks: Limoncello, Be mine, All that jazz, Lime rickey. Die cut them using the coordinating dies. Set them aside.
Make a top folding note card using Premium white card stock and trim the bottom of the front side. Adhere Black Tie Gala paper on the back. Next, you can stamp the sentiment using Midnight ink, adhere the flowers and leaves and you are done ;)



Blog Hop List:
Ilina Crouse - that's ME



Hello Card 

Thanks Card 

45 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards Ilina. That first one is just stunning! :)

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  2. Very pretty florals and color combos!

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  3. Beautiful! Love the pop of color against the black and white.

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  4. Lovely cards! I love how these backgrounds work so well with black ink!

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  5. Love the contrast of the b/w patterns and the colorful flowers.

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  6. Black and white with pops of vibrant color...love it!

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  7. Love the white design on the black in
    the first card. The flowers ground
    the card. The diagonal cut on the
    second card is a fun idea.
    thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  8. The background makes everything pop! Great cards.

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  9. Wonderful cards. Love the 1st one on the black background.

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  10. You’ve made two beautiful florals cards. But I really adore the first one with the black and white background !!
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

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  11. Simply beautiful cards. Just love them.

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  12. Gorgeous cards, Ilina! I love how you used the Black Tie Gala paper on your second card. The black just makes the colors of the flowers pop even more.

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  13. Both of these cards are stunning! The black and white on the first card is gorgeous, then the bright flowers is such a great combination. Of course, you used my personal favorite "hello" die (one of the most used dies in my collection)! I'm so glad you used that particular pattern from the Black Tie Gala paper. It's the one I have left because I thought it was too bold! Opps - that's obviously the point! I'll be using that now for sure! Thanks for sharing your creativity and talent with us!!

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  14. Awesome cards. Looking forward to playing with the background stamps and flowers like you did. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  15. Your first card is just stunning! Wow! Love then both! Thanks for sharing!

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  16. Just gorgeous!
    Love the background
    stamp and the beautiful
    colors.
    Carla from Utah

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  17. I love everything about these cards. Stunning!

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  18. Very cool cards! i love the background on the first one!!

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  19. BEautiful cards! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  20. Great cards! I love how delicate the background looks on the first card.

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  21. Both of these cards are fabulous!

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  22. Gorgeous cards. Love your color combos. I Can’t wait to get my hands on these wonderful new products.

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  23. Wow! your first card is so stunning,gorgeous. The flowers are so pretty and colorful. Thank you for sharing your amazing talent.

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  24. Love that black and white corner piece - really sets off those flowers

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  25. Two very eye-catching cards with the contrast of the black and the vivid colours ! This kaleidoscope background stamp is definitely a must have, it is so versatile. Fabulous showcase of this new release. Thanks so much for sharing. x

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  26. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these cards! I like how you used the black color in each one it really makes the flowers stand out to perfection!

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  27. Wow, both cards are beautiful! The flowers on the first card just pop off the card. The colors are amazing! Thank you for sharing.

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  28. Pretty cards and it is so eye pleasing to see that color contrasted with black.

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  29. Great cards! The colors really pop against the black and white!

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  30. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing your wonderful ideas with us!!

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  31. Such beautiful cards Ilina!! I can't even choose a favorite...they're both equally beautiful!! Thank you for sharing!! ☺

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  32. Pretty cards! love the b&w backgrounds and the flowers!

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  33. I love both of these but I especially love the black kaleidoscope one!!

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  34. So pretty - love the flowers.

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  35. Stunning cards! I just love how the bright blooms pop against the white and black backgrounds.

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  36. Iliana, these are gorgeous!! That first one is stunning!

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  37. The colors are just so pretty .love the cards

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  38. Your cards are both beautiful.

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  39. I love them both, but I have a soft spot for the kaleidoscope background. I love that you embossed on black using white powder. Stunning!

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  40. Wow! Awesome cards!!! Colours are amazing!!!

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  41. I am really loving the bright color pops and they look brilliant with the black and white patterns!

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  42. So pretty. I like the colors and the backgrounds.

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  43. I LIKE ALL OF THE CARDS, ESPECIALLY THE FIRST ONE!!

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