Are you loving the sneaks this week? It's Day 3 of the My Creative Time November Stamp Release Sneak Peeks, and today we are sharing the Vintage Stitched Label Dies, Vintage Label Stamps, and Vintage Label Sentiments. These are so much fun for cards and for goodies! I used them to create a fun label for a gumball jar!
I actually used my Cricut Imagine for this project! The poor thing has not seen any action for a while. I love this flower pattern on the Imagine Best Friends cartridge, so I printed a rectangle of it and a rectangle of a coordinating pink color on Cricut's Printable Vinyl. I die cut the pink piece with the Vintage Stitched Label Die, and I stamped the outline stamp from Vintage Label Stamps on the flowered piece. Emma created some cute patterns that you can stamp yourself and also the outline one for using patterned paper. Brilliant! After trimming the flowered piece, I pulled off the backing and adhered it to the pink piece. I then stamped the inner circle and dotted line in the center. How cute is that stitched sentiment tag? It's part of the Vintage Stitched Label Dies set. I stamped a sweet sentiment from Vintage Label Sentiments on it, curled it around a pen, and adhered it to the label with glue dots on each end.
For my lid, I cut a 2 3/4" patterned vinyl circle with my Imagine, and then added some pretty ribbon. That adorable transparent colored button and the green hemp are from Liz's Paper Loft Boutique!
Sneak Peek Giveaway Time!
With all of our Sneak Peek weeks, Emma likes to do some FUN giveaways!
For a chance to win, all you have to do is leave comments on our blogs. You do NOT have to comment on every blog, BUT if you do, you will just have more chances to win!
SPREAD THE WORD TO THE WORLD ON FACEBOOK about this release and to any connections you may have! Let us know on My Creative Time's Facebook page here that you did so, or just tag Emma in your post!
Emma will randomly pick and announce all winners on Thursday, November 15th, during the blog hop release happening @ 8:00 AM PST in her video. Good luck!
Be sure to stop by Emma's blog to see what she and the rest of the design team have for you today!
Products used on this project (except for the vintage ones, of course):