10.27.2009

TSG Sneak Peek -- HSH Holiday Additions


Hello everyone~
It's another fun TSG Sneak Peek day for you!! If you came from Julie's blog, you are on a right track. If not, I will recommend to go over TSG Blog to start this fun challenge.

Today's Sneak Peek set is called HSH (home sweet home) Holiday Additions. It's a huge set (42 stamps for only $23!) and you can mix & match with Home Sweet Home set that was released last month. It has everything you need to create your own warm and inviting holiday scene. Not only are there a ton of new images for your fireplaces but there are also larger images you can use independently on your projects for even more versatility!!


As you see, I didn't use the fireplace image...I thought this set worked with another wonderful set, Welcome Home. I was so glad I was right, lol.
I stamped the entrance scene and colored with Copics. Then I stamped the garland silhouette image with Memento cottage ivy and then stamped the garland line image with white pigment ink. The little red dots were drawn with Copic & red gel pen. The wreath image was made with the same way as the garland images and adhered on the door with dimensional adhesives. The bows were also colored with Copic, trimmed and adhered on the places as the photo shown. The sentiment from HSH HA set was stamped on the door mat with Memento cottage ivy.

- OK, do you want to win HSH Holiday Addtions??
All you have to do is to go to each of the Trendsetter’s Blogs and leave a comment on thier HSH Holiday Additions Blog Hop Challenge post. After you have finished commenting, return to the TSG Blog to add your name to the Mr. Linky at the bottom of the Blog hop challenge post. A winner will be chosen randomly using a random number generator to receive their very own set of HSH Holiday Additions. The winner will be announced Saturday during the Release Party Chat.


Now head on to the next hop, Sandra!! I know she has something fabulous to show you ;)


Stamps: HSH Holiday Addtions, Welcome Home (TSG)
Paper: garden green, so saffron, rose red (SU), classic ivory (Flourishes), designer paper (Basic Gray)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, cottage ivy VersaMagic sahara sand (Tsukineko), fresh snow (PTI), Copic markers, red gel pen
Accessories: pearls, flowers

Tools: branch punch, texture plate


Thank you for stopping by.

38 comments:

Jackie Pedro said...

This is really beautiful, Maki!!

Wendy said...

Look at the flower, that is a pointsetta right?? Perfect touch to a perfect card!

Anita said...

Beautiful card!

There She Goes Clear Stamps said...

Gorgeous Maki! This new set looks great with the Welcome Home set and I'm so glad that you were able to show them off together!!

Shirley N said...

Wow, your card is gorgeous. Beautiful coloring!

Laura.K said...

lovely card.

Maureen said...

Totally fabulous! You are so clever to put those sets together and the card is just gorgeous!

Dawn B. said...

This turned out terrific Maki.. I would have never thought of this. Your coloring is amazing.. Super job.

Julie said...

OMGOSH, Maki! I love how you combined those sets! What a beautiful card! :)

Rachel said...

I bet this was a ton of work but it's SO cute!

Jen said...

very very pretty. I have that door.. oh the endless possiblities. I can't wait.

crafterGM said...

What a great card makes you want to come in. Thanks Gloria M.

Julie said...

This is fabulous! What a great idea to pair it with another set, it worked wonderfully together. It looks so inviting!

True :) said...

OMGosh Maki! This is a beautiful card! I love the image and the colors you chose and coloring ROCKS!!!!
Hope you will come check out my blog candy!
Hugs,
True :)

Yvonne said...

What a stunning piece of work! Always love seeing your creations.

JenRaff said...

What a beautiful, welcoming card! I think it's so fantastic! Love the front door and the whole scene!

Crafty Math Chick said...

I love how you coordinated this with the door from Welcome Home - what a terrific idea! this looks great!

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

Makiko san, this is just BEAUTIFUL!!! Everything is absolutely perfect on this card!!! You never cease to amaze me my friend. Hugs, Sabrina

Cammy said...

Very pretty -- what a great use of the two sets.

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

This is truly magnificent Maki! I ADORE the scene you have created here! WOWSA girlie! LOVE!

Dina said...

Wow maki you really out did yourself with this one! It is so beautiful! I just adore the front entrance image, just beautiful! The garland looks amazing and I love how you added the berried. Great job with the wreath and yur coloring!

Julie E said...

Oh so pretty - I like the way you partially colored the house!

craftieodamae said...

gorgeous!

Theresa said...

Maki,

It's just beautiful! I absolutely love all your work.

Lesley said...

Welcome Home has been on my wishlist for a while...this might be the breaking point for me, LOL!

Lynn said...

What a super set, Makiko! I love your house all decked out for the holidays!!!

Kimberly S said...

Great card, the wreath goes perfectly!

Lisa M. (aka. Lisabee) said...

Oooh, I love how you did the wreath. And your door scene is fabby!

Carol Dee said...

Sweet, lovely coloring, great poinsettia. Hugs...

Michele L. said...

maki, what a great card. i love your attention to detail!

Cathy said...

Beautiful card. And using it with the Welcome Home Set, turned out so nice.

spikescreativeside said...

Maki, what a great idea to use this set with the Welcome Home Set!!! Brilliant!

Jackie said...

This card is SO pretty! What a great creation and I love how you used one of the older sets with this one too!

Silke Ledlow said...

WOW - this is just gorgeous!!! Your coloring looks amazing!!! Hugs ~S~

Becky Sorensen said...

This is so beautiful - I love the coloring of the sides of the door, it just adds so much to the whole card.

~Q~ said...

What an incredible card - so detailed and beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

momof5sons said...

Beautiful images and stunning coloring. Amazing card.

A Little Licht on the Subject... said...

Beautiful coloring and I love the touch of not finishing the siding out completely.

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