SSS Create Joy Blog Hop

Hello, hello crafty friends and welcome to the most awesome event in the universe, Simon Says Stamp Create Joy Blog Hop! Hooray!!
SSS-CREATE-JOY-BannerSimon Says Stamp always amaze me and these winter holiday goodies are (I promise!) beyond amazing! Just WOW!!

YoonsunHur-20151016-SSS-CreateJoy-BHop-A01-600pxFor my first card, I made a watercolour Christmas wreath card. SSS For To Us stamp set, It led me straight into the watercolour project!

To create my own Christmas wreath, I 1) Traced the circle on watercolour paper panel with watercolor pencil. 2) Stamped the leaves repeatedly along the circle line with Bundled Sage Distress ink, then brushed them using waterbrush. 3) Coloured the wreath with several colours of Distress markers using waterbrush, then added ink splatters.
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YoonsunHur-20151016-SSS-CreateJoy-BHop-B01-600pxOh, I love this super adorable chef bear! He doesn’t just simply cook food – he creates holiday magic using his own magical powers ;)

To create the card, I 1) Stamped Lattice Grid Background on watercolour paper panel using embossing ink, heat embossed with white embossing powder. 2) Coloured on the stamped panel with Festive Berries Distress ink using a wet paintbrush. 3) Stamped the chef bear, Bear Necessities stamp set, on watercolour paper using black pigment ink, then coloured them with Distress markers and then die cut them with the matching dies. 4) Die cut Ornament Wreath from white card stock (3 times) and then affixed them together using find tip glue pen -I made ornament wreath die cut thicker. 5) Die cut Ring Wreath out of scrapes of SSS coloured card stock -I just used the small circle die cuts. 6) Mounted all elements as shown to the kraft card base using dimensional foam tape. 7) Embellished with a few PPP clear droplets and gold sequins. YoonsunHur-20151016-SSS-CreateJoy-BHop-B02-600px
YoonsunHur-20151016-SSS-CreateJoy-BHop-C01-600pxFor my last card, I used oh-so-cute Christmas Cats and awesome Doodle Background Stamps. For my own rainbow background, I 1) Stamped Doodle Background on watercolour paper panel using embossing ink, heat embossed with white embossing powder. 2) Coloured the stamped panel with (from top to bottom) Fired Brick, Wild HoneyCrushed OlivePeacock Feathers, and Faded Jeans Distress inks using a wet paintbrush. For these lovely cats, I coloured them with Copic markers.
YoonsunHur-20151016-SSS-CreateJoy-BHop-C02-600pxOnce again, Simon Says Stamp winter release is truly amazing! I really want to see your wonderful creations with them.

Simon Says Stamp is giving away a prize package on each stop of the hop, so leave a comment for your chance to WIN. Winners will be selected on October 19.

Your next stop on the hop is so sweet and beautiful Sarah Moerman. We hope you have all enjoyed the new release blog hop! If you’ve missed any of the stops along the way, please head over to the Simon Says Stamp blog to find all the links of the hop.

Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a fabulous weekend!

Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
Love Love Love RejoicingCrafts

What I used:

Create Joy Release:

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591 thoughts on “SSS Create Joy Blog Hop

  1. Oh goodness… These are all absolutely amazing! The wreath is so pretty and delicate, the bear so funny and those cats so amazingly cute and sweet! Loving them all so much!!

  2. Love all your cards! The wreath is beautiful, the bear is fabulous – looks like he’s juggling, and the cards on the amazing background are very cute!

  3. Love the way you combine watercolour backgrounds with copic coloured images. But your wreath card is is my favourite. Just beautiful.

  4. Wonderful cards! You really show of the possibilities within this release. It’s great to see how the supplies turns out on your cards.

  5. Oh, Yoonsun! These cards are so lovely. I’m so taken with your style! The chef bear card has so much texture and depth–I just love it! Love them all! Thank you!

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