Warmest Wishes (Puffy Ornaments) Blog Hop Challenge

Hey everyone. Happy Thanksgiving to all of my US friends and family! I am so excited about today's sneek peek of the newest stamp set with coordinating dies!  So adorable, so lets get to it!
Torico is in the mood to make winter all warm and cheery. She has illustrated a fabulous set that will keep you in stitches or get you in the mood to make gingerbread houses and sugar cookies. The set includes hearts, stars, and snowflakes to create a one of a kind snowman or holiday tree. This set also includes six dies – so warm up your die cutting machine and let the baking begin. What set wouldn’t be complete without a few sentiments to add to your winter projects? 

Warmest Wishes is a 4x4 set that includes a total of 23 stamps and 6 dies and will sell for $31.50.


So I decided to do a 2 day project....today I am showing you how to make your own "puffies" and puffy ornaments with the stamps and dies in this set.  Here's a little tutorial: 

Gather your supplies:
Warmest Wishes Dies and Stamp set
Staz-On Ink
Fabri-Tac
Polyfil
Scissors
(Copics and decorations optional)

Die cut the felt:
Stamp the felt with Staz On:
Optional: Color with Copics:
Your stamped felt is ready to stuff now:
 Apply Fabri-Tac to the outside edges of both insides of your felt images:
Place a small amount of Poly-Fil (and Wired Colored String if you want them to be ornaments):
Pinch edges and hold for a second all the way around the felt.  The edges will adhere quickly:
Trim away excess Poly-Fil:
Decorate and you're finished!

Would you like to win the new Warmest Wishes stamp sets? Here is what you need to do- visit the Trendsetter’s blogs that are participating in each of the blog hop challenges below and comment on their creations as you go. One of the Trendsetter’s blogs (from each hop day) will be randomly chosen as the ‘it’ blog and a winner will be picked using a random number generator from the comments left on that Trendsetter’s Blog Hop Challenge post. You will not know which blog has been chosen so the more you comment on the better your chances are of winning new stamps! The Blog Hop Challenges will be open until 5 PM Eastern Time Saturday November 26th with the winner being announced during the release party chat.


41 comments:

  1. Cant wait to see your projects :)

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  2. Can't wait to see what you're doing. I'll be back later.

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  3. thanks for the lovely hop! A really nice way to celebrate!

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  4. These are adorable! Love them! Perfect for a little kid's tree. Thanks for the photos!

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  5. Corinna you are so creative! These look like they are so much fun to make. Very clever use of this stamp and die set!

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  6. Um....SHOW OFF!!! LOL!!

    Love these, sweetie!

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  7. These are adorable! What a fantastic idea!

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  8. Oh my goodness, I am so glad that you posted these!! I used to make things like this but never with my stamps. Your ornaments are adorable.

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  9. OH this is way clever! I love these, they are just to darn cute!

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  10. Oh my gosh, what an amazing and effective project - I had no idea you could use templates on felt - wow!

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  11. Okay, that is way cool. Plus I didn't realize that you could stamp on felt and have it look that good. Thanks for the tutorial!

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  12. What adorable ornaments the perfect size to adornpackages and later decorate the tree. TFS Ann Lind

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  13. How clever and creative! Love these ornaments!

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  14. Love these cute felties!!! Fantastic idea!

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  15. What a fabulous idea Corinna!!! Love these ornaments!

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  16. Fun little puffies! Can't wait to see what this mysterious project is going to be!

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  17. These are absolutely adorable.

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  18. OMG, these are simply adorable. This is such a truly creative idea. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  19. Awwww! These are so cute, Corinna!

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  20. Totally awesome. love those little guys. Love the fuzzy snowman.

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  21. They are just lovely, love to win the set so I can some the ornaments too, thanks for the chance to win

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  22. LOL, now I want to win the dies too! Thanx for the inspiration!

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  23. Really fab! Thank you for sharing!

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  24. Wow, these are amazing :)

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  25. Love your ornaments, especially the snowmen. They are so cute. Must get this set. Thanks!

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  26. Totally awesome-sauce!!! This is a must have set for sure!

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  27. Okay...now I'm totally jealous. This was my original idea. I even bought a mini tree to hang them on. Guess I better get busy!! Totally awesome project.

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  28. Wooow! Ornaments! They look very sweet!

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  29. Oh my goodness these are the cutest ever!! I would love to attach these to gifts this year! Thanks so much for sharing!!! I can't wait to try making them!

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  30. Your project is just adorable, those ornaments are so cute!

    Chris L.

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  31. OH MY HECK!!!!!!!!!!! Those are soooo dang cute!!! I totally have to have those dies!!

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  32. This is exactly what I wanted to do today but wasn't sure exactly what to do. Lenae Lovesugargem@gmail.com

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  33. These are absolutely adorable! What a great idea! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  34. So talented!!! Thanks for sharing. Super Cute!!

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  35. OMGOSH, Corinna!!!!! SOOOOOO CUTE! Wow, you are talented girlie - love these little ornaments..TFS the tutorial!

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  36. Too stinkin' cute! A must have after seeing your work with these dies!

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  37. I love these! I've never tried to color on felt. I must try it soon!

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  38. THESE - ARE - AWESOME! WICKED awesome! I can't wait to be able to afford some felt and make some myself - I made felt ornaments with sequins and beads and stitching from those old Bucilla kits when I was little (yes, even though I am Jewish, LOL) and felt ornaments still hold a dear place in my heart to this day.
    ~Meredith

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  39. ACK----soooo cute! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this ornament and tutorial! YOU. AMAZE. ME!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  40. Love these felt ornaments!

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