Saturday, 26 October 2019

New Winter Holiday Stamp Release ~ Pine Cone Trail

Hello!  Happy news to share today!  Pine Cone Trail, the new winter holiday stamps collection illustrated by Stacey Yacula is now available!


Pine Cone Trail consists of 19 stamps / stamp set (25 individual stamps).  The collection can be purchased individually or as a complete bundled set for a limited time only.  The entire collection can be purchased here for $85.00, which is a savings of 30%.  This offer is only available until Friday, November 8, 2019.  After which the stamps will only be available to purchased individually.  More details can be found here.

Pine Cone Trail is a collection of signature cute critters from Stacey Yacula and this time round, the critters are featured having fun in the snow with lots of outdoor activities!  Just like the previous collections, all the new stamps can be easily coordinate with the stamps from prior collections therefore we can always create new scenes again with the stamps that we always loved. 

The possibilities are endless (:

And here is the card that I'll be sharing today!


For this card, I've used a background stamp (Front Door) from previous winter's collection ~ 'Twas the night before Christmas.  And to make it the card more vibrant, I decided to colour it mainly in red, to have a more Christmas~y feel.  

Douglas the raccoon is having a great time in the snow celebrating the Christmas season!  

All images are stamped using my favourite Copic friendly ink pad, Memento in Tuxedo Black and coloured with Copic markers.  The snow is created using Ranger Enamel Accent in Glacier white.  You can always use Sakura Gelly roll gel pen in white, but I prefer the enamel accents as it gives a little pop-up 3D effect after it dries.  

Douglas is one of my fave critter from the Pine Cone Trail, I love how he lifts up his hands to embrace the occasion!

I hope you like what I've shared today.  I'm sure you'll like to see more inspiring projects feature the new Pine Cone Trail so head on over here and see what the design team has in store for more!

Check back in a few days' time and I'll be sharing a couple of more projects using stamps from the new Pine Cone Trail!

Have a great weekend!

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