new hipster framelits for hipster stamps…

“SUP”… it’s always great when new tools become available that give more creative options for our favorite products.  “YEAH” well the release of the new sizzix hipster framelits that coordinate with the hipster stamps from stampers anonymous does that very thing – “CRAY” right? these 5 new dies sets (each sold separately) include the dies needed to cut and layer these “LEGIT” characters: – a die for the entire image with a random fade along the bottom – a die for just the head – a die for the glasses – die(s) for the clothing accessories check out below to see how each image is transformed into an “EPIC” masterpiece.  soon you’ll be creating projects that will simply have you saying “OMG”!  okay enough of that…”LMAO” – t!m

  • dies: sizzix hipster framelits
  • stamps: hipster stamp set CMS288
  • inks: distress archival ink, distress markers
  • surface: distress watercolor cardstock
  • tools: vagabond machine, distress waterbrush, foam tape, liquid adhesive

step 1: stamp image with archival ink on distress watercolor cardstock (depending on how many layers you want to do). step 2: watercolor the image areas you plan to use with distress markers and blend with distress waterbrush. step 3: place coordinating die over each area you want to cut out (tip: secure die in place with washi tape before cutting). step 4: remove pieces from die and layer with foam tape or glue flat with liquid adhesive. step 1: stamp image with archival ink on distress watercolor cardstock (depending on how many layers you want to do). step 2: watercolor the image areas you plan to use with distress markers and blend with distress waterbrush. step 3: place coordinating die over each area you want to cut out (tip: secure die in place with washi tape before cutting). step 4: remove pieces from die and layer with foam tape or glue flat with liquid adhesive. step 1: stamp image with archival ink on distress watercolor cardstock (depending on how many layers you want to do). step 2: watercolor the image areas you plan to use with distress markers and blend with distress waterbrush. step 3: place coordinating die over each area you want to cut out (tip: secure die in place with washi tape before cutting). step 4: remove pieces from die and layer with foam tape or glue flat with liquid adhesive. step 1: stamp image with archival ink on distress watercolor cardstock (depending on how many layers you want to do). step 2: watercolor the image areas you plan to use with distress markers and blend with distress waterbrush. step 3: place coordinating die over each area you want to cut out (tip: secure die in place with washi tape before cutting). step 4: remove pieces from die and layer with foam tape or glue flat with liquid adhesive. step 1: stamp image with archival ink on distress watercolor cardstock (depending on how many layers you want to do). step 2: watercolor the image areas you plan to use with distress markers and blend with distress waterbrush. step 3: place coordinating die over each area you want to cut out (tip: secure die in place with washi tape before cutting). step 4: remove pieces from die and layer with foam tape or glue flat with liquid adhesive.

i couldn’t resist offering a “SWEET” giveaway for a set of all 5 of the new hipster framelits!   there are three different ways to win: – here on the blog (simply post a comment) – on instagram (“like” the photo & tag a friend) – on Facebook (“like” the page, “like” the photo & share the post) winners will be announced wednesday 3/29 – good luck!

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458 Comments to “new hipster framelits for hipster stamps…”

  1. Veronica Rankin says:

    Hello my name is Veronica Rankin Sanchez and my husband just passed away from cancer since his passing I have been doing alot of mixed media art just to my heart From hurting I would love to win because then I can create more and be more productive in my sad life

  2. Johanna says:

    Love love love the hipster animals. Can only second what others have said before me – definitely the awesomest thing since the Crazy Birds!

  3. […] post on his blog that show different options on using the stamp set and die cuts. You can visit it here or just scroll below! step 1: stamp image with archival ink on distress watercolor cardstock […]

  4. Kass says:

    different is my middle name. different are these stamps!

  5. Susan Marra says:

    I love these stamps and of course must have the dies. I love Tim Holtz products! So cool !

  6. Pam Metzger says:

    Can’t wait to get these guys! I hope “Whim So Doodle” has them!

  7. Cynthia Morgan says:

    These stamps and dies are cute. I would love to win.

  8. Gloria S says:

    How fun!

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