Stamping Bella Stamp & Die Haul January 2017

Now that the Stamping Bella release is available to order and is winging its way to retailers, I thought I’d give you a bit of a recap and a closer look at the products and the card samples/colouring I did for the entire release.

Stamping Bella Release Review January 2017. Click through for videos!

The new releases are all available to order now on the Stamping Bella website in the What’s New section. Emily has also put together some bundles for you. As usual all stamps that have coordinating Cut It Out dies available can be purchased without the dies or in discounted bundles with their coordinating die sets. Also there is a Tiny Townie Garden Girl bundle with all of the Tiny Townie Garden Girls in at a 15% discount, and there is an “I want it all” bundle of all of the Danielle Donaldson Collection stamp sets again at a 15% discount.

Readers in the UK/Europe: Tracy at Dies to Die For will be stocking the complete collection, so keep an eye on the DiestoDieFor Website and Facebook page for news of pre-orders/arrivals.

Stamping Bella January 2017 Release Haul Videos:

I’ve put together a little series of four videos, because the release is just that epic! You will have to put up with me waffling in these, but it might be worth it if you’re new to Stamping Bella and would like a good look at the products before ordering.  I give you a look at each stamp set and coordinating die set and also the card samples I created, or the coloured images in the case of the Danielle Donaldson stamps.

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Watch the first video below or in HD over on YouTube.

Watch the second video below or in HD over on YouTube.

Watch the third video below or in HD over on YouTube.

In this final video I show off the new Danielle Donaldson Collection rubber stamp sets together with the Copic versions I coloured. As mentioned in the video I will be doing some Copic colouring videos for these and hope to have them up on my YouTube channel in the next week.

Watch the fourth video below or in HD over on YouTube.

In the video I show Danielle’s mixed media book, here are the links for purchasing it on Amazon: Danielle’s book: creativeGIrl: Mixed Media Techniques for an Artful Life UK Link */US Link *

I’ll be working through the book myself soon, as I’ve decided that this year I WILL follow through on setting myself some new challenges. Getting to grips with watercolour and playing in my art journal will be a big part of that! I also plan on taking some of the online classes which you can find details of on Danielle’s website: Danielle Donaldson.

Release Preview Posts with Cards & Details:

If you would like to take a look at the photos and supply details for the cards shown in the videos above you can find those in my release peeks posts:

I tended to use many of the same supplies in my cards, so here’s a quick summary:

Card Making Supplies:

The images were all coloured using Copic Markers UK link*/US link* on Make it Colour Blending Card. White dot details were added using a Sakura White Gelly Roll pen UK link*/US link*. The bear noses have been accented with Ranger Glossy Accents UK link*/US link*.

I use my MISTI stamp tool UK link*/US link* for all stamping.

Patterned papers are either from a digital paper pack printed on cardstock using my CANON Pixma printer */US link* or are old papers from my stash.

I also use some  silver glitter card UK link*/US link* on some of the cards.

The layers etc are die cut using Lawn Fawn Stitched Square, Stitched Circle and Stitched Rectangle die sets along with some other dies. Lawn Fawn Dies UK link*/Lawn Fawn dies US link*

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