Christmas Kids Week - Day 4

September 19, 2019

Hi Everyone! Today I'm sharing Christmas Kids. This is such a fun, joyful stamp set. Let's take a peek...

 I created this card by stamping and die cutting the large image from the stamp set. This was so much fun to color! Next, I stamped and die cut the snow piles for the top of the tree. These are such fun details that really bring the stamp to life.

Next, I blended the background and added a die cut frame. To finish the card I added a sentiment from Polar Playtime.

Thanks for stopping by!


Christmas Kids Week - Day 3

September 18, 2019

Hello there!

Its' Yainea here today with a Christmas card, I know we're all already making tons of Christmas card with the super cute Christmas products from the new release, aren't we? ;)

I have been playing with this amazing big stamp from the Christmas Kids set designed by my friend Elena and if you love coloring, you'll be love this stamp, it's just too fun!

I used alcohol markers to color it, then used the coordinating dies and put together this cute snowy scene with the help of Avery Elle papers and ephemera kit.

I hope you like my card for today and feel inspired to go to your crafty corner and have some fun! Thank you so much for stopping by, have a great day!!

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Christmas Kids Week - Day 2

September 17, 2019

Hi everyone! It's Deasy here. Today I want to share my card for Avery Elle featuring Christmas Kids. Love this set because the images are super cute and so perfect for Holidays!

Avery Elle supplies that I'm using :
Christmas Kids Clear Stamps for the sentiment and images
Christmas Kids Elle-ments to die cut the images

I stamp the images, color it using COPIC then die cut it. The background is from Dye Ink Pad with blending tool then splash water with a brush. The sentiment is from white embossing powder.

Thank you so much for stopping by and happy crafting!


Melania Deasy

Christmas Kids Week - Day 1

September 16, 2019

Hey there, Caryn here today with a card featuring the festive and fun Christmas Kids Stamp set.  this is so fun to colour and I love the little extra touches you can add such as the piles of snow on the tree.

I started with a landscape A2 card and stamped the snow flake cluster from the set onto it as a background.  I then stamped the sentiment over the top of this. I die cut the frame using the Dotted Frame dies from the red pinstripe paper from the Holiday Collection Paper Pack.  I added a strip of snowfall paper along the bottom to ground the image once it was coloured and die cut. Everything was adhered using foam tape.

To finish I added some glitter to the snow and gave the little girl a pom pom for her her bobble hat!!!


Seasonal Simple Sentiments Week - Day 5

September 14, 2019

Hi Everyone! I'm so excited to share my card with you today! I used three sets from the current release. Let's take a look...

I started my card with the adorable snow person from Snow Fun. Then I stamped and die cut Cloche. I know I will use this stamp and die cut a lot this season! Next, I stamped a sentiment from Seasonal Simple Sentiments. There are so many sentiments to choose from! Finally, I die cut Star Scene and layered it in the background with some patterned paper. 

Thanks for stopping by!

Star Scene Dies

The Stamping Village Holiday Fest Video Hop

September 13, 2019

Welcome to The Stamping Village Holiday Fest Video Hop!

Every stop in this hop includes a video showing ways to use the Stamping Village Holiday Seals Stamp Set.  Avery Elle is so excited to be a part of The Stamping Village.  We are so lucky to be able to work with each and every one of the companies in this village!  They are all run by good people trying to do good things.   The village is a group of stamp companies that believe in community over competition. 

We also believe in giving back to the community.  100% of the net profits made from this collaboration stamp set will be donated to The Dreaming Zebra Foundation.  They firmly believe that all children regardless of their financial circumstances, should have art education.   They provide art and music materials free of charge to many schools and  community organizations across the country.  

If you are interested in purchasing this stamp set , it can be purchased here -

The entire list of companies participating in this video hop is listed below.  Every company on the hop is also giving away a $50 gift certificate to their store. Just leave a comment on the YouTube videos (not this blog post) to be entered to win.  A winner will be selected randomly from the comments on each video over on YouTube.  

You can find our video here - be sure to leave comments on the video (not this blog post) to be entered to win.

Altenew -
Art Impressions -
Avery Elle -
Concord & 9th -
Dare 2B Artzy -
Gina K. Designs -
Hero Arts -
Lawn Fawn -
Pink and Main -
Pinkfresh Studio -
Studio Katia -
Waffle Flower -
Jennifer McGuire -        

Happy watching and Good Luck! 
Winners will be announced on Friday, September 20th, 2019.

Seasonal Simple Sentiments Week - Day 4

September 12, 2019

Hey all! It's Heather here sharing a card using the new Seasonal Simple Sentiments stamp set.

To create my card, I stamped, die cut and colored in images from Snow Much Fun stamp and die set. Then, I accented the images with the Holiday Ephemera pack and the Holiday 6x6 paper pad

Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing part of your day with me! Have a great one!

Seasonal Simple Sentiments Week - Day 3

September 11, 2019

Hey there, Caryn here today bringing you a card featuring Seasonal Simple Sentiments and some of the other fabulous new products from the Fall 2019 Fall release.  This card was quite quick to put together thanks to the Holiday Ephemera pack - I just LOVE it!

I started with a white A2 card base and adhered one of the frames from the ephemera pack using Avery Elle liquid glue.  I then added one of the snow globe images from the pack using foam tape.
As a focal image I stamped, coloured and die cut the skate from Holiday Skates twice along with the addition of a bow from Alpine Christmas.

To finish I chose the Let It Snow sentiment from Seasonal Simple Sentiments stamped onto one of the co-ordinating dies from the matching Elle-ments and added a snowflake from the ephemera pack.


Seasonal Simple Sentiments Week - Day 2

September 10, 2019

Hi there! Elena here with a card featuring a few sets from our newest release.

I starting out by choosing the sentiment, from Seasonal Simple Sentiments, and then built my scene around it. I don't usually do it that way, but it was a fun challenge! I stamped and heat-embossed the sentiment onto a black banner flag, to really make it stand out.

To start decking those halls, I stamped and die-cut the green garland (x2) and hanging star from Cocoa Stand. To make the swagged garland look continuous, I simple snipped off one of the red bows and overlapped them. I adhered these near the top of a Wonky-Stitches die-cut panel.

I brought in a few cute critters to help with the decorating! They are all from Falling For You, but the little fox and hedgehog have undergone some adjusting to make them hold the Christmas decorations.

It's not very complicated, and a fun way to be able to stretch your stamps:

First, ink up the fox, but wipe off the jar portion of the image. You will lose the tips of his paws. Don't worry about that for now!

Next, die-cut the image. (ps, if you're confused by the little bit of stamped jar in this picture - it's because I loved the idea so much that I repeated it for a card you'll see in the future!) 

Then, with a pencil, draw in the missing paws, and also trace a line to guide your fussy-cutting. I tried to keep the same width of white-outline that the die-cutting would provide. The paws were then traced using a copic-friendly black pen. That's all there is to it!

I hope you are inspired to look at some of your non-Christmas stamps in a new way - I had so much fun dreaming this up!


Seasonal Simple Sentiments Week - Day 1

September 9, 2019

Hey there, this is Nicky with you today and I'm sharing a card that highlights the new and essential sentiment set called Seasonal Simple Sentiments.  I have used this set in conjunction with the new Santa Bear stamp set.  Also included in the card are snowy hills created using Dotted Borders Die and all framed out using the Postage Stamp Die.

This card started with a background panel that was trimmed to A2 size and was created from a subtle beige with white snowflake design that is found in the new 6 x 6 'The Holiday Collection' paper pad.  I die cut two hills with the borders die and ink blended the edges to antique them for my mildly retro look.   I then die cut the postage stamp frame and recessed the hills within it, adhering together on the reverse and then apply to the background panel which in turn was affixed to a sturdy 110lb white cardstock base.

On Strathmore Bristol Smooth cardstock I stamped my images from Santa Bear using Ranger Archival Ink in Potting Soil.  I watercolour painted everything using Kuretake Zigs in Oatmeal, Mid Brown, Mid Gray, Green, Wine Red and Light Pink.  Images were die cut, backed with foam tape and adhered into position.

On some slate gray cardstock I stamped the sentiments using Versamark Ink and heat embossed in super fine white embossing powder.  Each sentiment strip was backed with more foam tape and applied at playful angles.

Time for the finishing touches which basically included using Stickles in 'Crystal' to add a glittered finish to Santa Bear's hat, the greenery behind him, the tree stump he sits upon and the shadow under the bunny waiting his turn.  Finally I used white Nuvo Drops to drop in some dimensional snowfall.

Thanks so much for coming by to read about this card today, I will be back before too long with something new to share.

Nicky x

Products Used:-

Postage Stamp Die
Dotted Borders Die
Seasonal Simple Sentiments Stamp Set
Santa Bear
Santa Bear Die
The Holiday Collection 6 x 6

Holiday Skates Week - Day 4

September 5, 2019

Hi Everyone! Ashley here today sharing Holiday Skates!

For today's card I started by stamping the skate twice and coloring them with Copics. Next, stamped, die cut and colored lots of fun things to go in the skates.

 Then, I inked up some stripes to make a fun background and stamped a sentiment from Christmas Kids.

Thanks for stopping by!


Holiday Skates Week - Day 3

September 4, 2019

Hello!  'Tis the season!  Amy here sharing a card using Holiday Skates for a rustic flare.  

I wanted to hang my skates on some shiplap.  I created my shiplap in the background using 1/2" strips of white cardstock and swiping the edges in Silver Fox Avery Elle Pigment Ink.  I stacked them up on my notecard and added a white frame from Plus Frame Elle-ments.

Holiday Skates

I colored my images with Copics from Holiday Skates and die cut using the coordinating Holiday Skates Elle-ments.  I arranged the images across my shiplap background and adhered.  As finishing touches, I added the sentiment in black ink and some Crystal Stickles to the holly berries.

Holiday Skates2

Holiday Skates Clear Stamps

Holiday Skates Week - Day 2

September 3, 2019

Happy Tuesday everyone and hello to Holiday Skates Week here on the Avery Elle Blog.  It's Caryn here today and I'm very excited to share a card I've created using this set.  When I designed this set I pictured in my head all the gorgeous, festive holiday decor you see on Pinterest of old vintage boots and skis adorned with festive foliage hanging in hallways or on doors.  And this card is just what I pictured with the set!  I've also created a short video too showing how this card came together (see below)!

The Holiday Ephemera pack came in very useful with the border and the perfect sentiment banner!
I used the small snow flurry stamp with Mint To Be ink to create a "halo" effect for my background behind my main focal image.

Once I'd stamped, coloured and die cut all my pieces I arranged them how I wanted and assembled them using foam tape and Avery Elle Liquid Glue.

To finish I picked one of the sentiments from the Holiday Ephemera pack and then added Glossy Accents to the blades of the skates and the candy canes and berries for some added bling!


Holiday Skates Week - Day 1

Hello friends!

Katie here with a card to share with you featuring the festive Holiday Skates clear stamps. Ice skates are such a beautiful icon of the winter season, and I love all the thoughtful extra images included in this set to make the skates extra special.

To create the card, first I die cut the Let it Snow Elle-ments die from a piece of iridescent glitter card stock. I love glitter card stock because it lets me have all the sparkle with none of the mess.  I die cut the inner dome from water color card stock and added some Distress Oxide inks in Tattered Rose and Scattered Straw.  I also stamped the snowflakes from the Holiday Skates stamp set in Tattered Rose ink before adding the sentiment in black ink. 

I stamped, colored and die cut the skates and accent images and arranged them onto the water color panel. Once I was happy with the placement, I secured the pieces to a notecard using tape runner and Avery Elle's liquid adhesive. The liquid glue has the precision of a pen making it perfect for adding the right amount of adhesive to small die cuts.


Thanks for skating by today!

Peek-A-Boo Spooktacular Week - Day 4

August 30, 2019

Hey all! It's Heather here and I'm back with another fun card - this time using the new Peek-a-Boo Pals Spooktacular set. My goodness this little Halloween set is just so fun! It just makes me smile so big!
For my card, I stamped and colored in all of the images. Then I die cut them and figured out how I wanted to position them on my card.  
Then, I die cut a panel using the Oval Burst die and heat embossed a sentiment on a banner. Finally, I added a layer of super fun (sneak peek!) piece of patterned gradient paper to my card base. Next, and I absolutely LOVE this technique, I added white splatter with a white watercolor. This adds a very distressed starry look. Finally, I assembled my card with dimensional foam. 

Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing part of your day with me!
Have a great one!

Peek-A-Boo Spooktacular Week Day 3

August 29, 2019

Hi Everyone! Are you ready to start crafting for the fall?! I know I am! Today I created a card using Peek-a-Boo Pals Spooktaclar stamps and dies. 

I stamped, die cut and colored the three Halloween characters from the mini stamp set. Then I inked up the background and layered the characters on the hillsides. Next, I stamped the sentiment and added a the Dotted Frame die.

Thanks for stopping by!


Peek-A-Boo Spooktacular Week - Day 2

August 27, 2019

Hello!  Amy here today sharing the starts of fall and my favorite holiday--HALLOWEEN!  The newest addition to the Peek-A-Boo Pals lineup, Spooktacular, includes some new characters!


The Hatch Mat Elle-ments has always been a favorite of mine and thought it would be a cute way to have these new characters "hang out"!  A panel was ink blended with Seedless Preserves and Dried Marigold Distress Inks and die cut using the Hatch Mat Elle-ments.

My characters were Copic colored and die cut.  They were added to the ink blended panel with foam adhesive tucking them into the cut layers.  One simple sentiment and some tiny black stars were stamped to finish the design.



Peek-A-Boo Spooktacular Week - Day 1 & Winners

August 26, 2019

Hi Everyone!  Katie is on the blog today with this spooky sweet card.  I also am posting winners from our design team blog hop last week.  Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom to see if you have won!

Hello friends,

Happy Monday! Katie here with a card featuring the adorable Peek-a-Boo Pals Spooktacular stamp set. It's almost fall, and it's time to start thinking about cards and paper crafting for the upcoming fall holidays, including one of my favorites, Halloween!

I blended a panel of water color card stock with Distress Oxide ink in Spiced Marmalade and stamped the sentiment with Onyx Black Versafine ink. Next, I stamped, colored and die cut the Peek-a-Boo Pals. I wanted to tuck the pals behind something spooky, so I used the new Snow Scene Elle-ments die as a cauldron, complete with bubbles and creepy googley eyes!

I trimmed the bottom edge of the Snow Scene cauldron and framed the blended panel with the Wonky Scalloped Frames Elle-ments die. I tucked the Spooktacular Pals behind the cauldron and glued their hands to the edge. As a finishing touch, I added the stamped and die cut stars.  Do you think the Snow Scene Elle-ments die works as a boiling cauldron? It's fun to find "outside the box" uses for crafty supplies!


Thanks for stopping by! I hope you have a Spooktacular day! 

The winners of our Design Team Blog Hop are....

Sandi said...
Omgosh.....I love the Cocoa Stand set!@

Aww, I love the colors that you used on this card and how you added two bears! So cute!!

Your cards are adorable, Katie! Love the fun little images and gorgeous designs! Thanks so much for sharing all the wonderful inspiration!

Congratulations!  Please contact us at customerservice at averyelle dot com with your contact information and stamp set choice so that we can get your prize to you!

Thanks for stopping by to take a peek. Have a great day!
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