The Ton Spring 2018 Release – Day 2



Hello everyone! It’s Jenny here! Welcome to The Ton’s Spring 2018 Release Day 2!

The Ton has 14 new stamps, coordinating dies and 5 standalone dies for their new Spring 2018 Release which includes up to two free gifts with purchases (GWP). For more information on The Ton’s incentive gifts, head over to The Ton’s blog. New release products can be purchased now and all new release orders will begin to ship on Monday, April 9.



GIFTS WITH PURCHASE: We have two free gifts with *qualifying* purchases for this release – Toned Squares and Nesting Peonies. This promotion does not apply to prior purchases***. The threshold amount is calculated before taxes and shipping. This promotion will continue until April 10, 2018 at 11:59pm EST or until supplies last. Limit one incentive package per customer. No coupon code needed. All incentive products will automatically be added to qualified orders (they will not show up in your cart but will be added to orders as we pack them).

Spend $200 or more: Receive a 4×6 Nesting Peonies set;
Spend $250 or more: Receive a 6×8 Toned Squares set (and a Nesting Peonies set).
**There must be a new Spring 2018 Release stamp in your order to qualify for our GWP promotion.** These GWP products are available for immediate purchase.


Incentive Products




Day 2 Products



First up, here’s the card I made using our new Dahlia Bouquet stamp set!


I started off by stamping the Dahlia Bouquet image on a white smooth cardstock in our Copic-friendly Caviar Hybrid ink. I colored the image with various Copic markers, trimmed the panel down and adhered it on a pink A2 sized cardbase.


Next, I stamped the sentiment on a black cardstock in Versamark ink and heat embossed in white. I cut it down to a banner strip and popped it up on the card. I dressed up the card a bit with Glass Slippers sequins to complete the card! I kept the design clean and simple for the graphic & coloring to take the main focus.



Next up, here’s the card I made using our new Coming Up Dahlias stamp set!


I started off by stamping the Coming Up Dahlias image on a watercolor cardstock in Versamark ink. I heat embossed the image with Silver Pearl embossing powder and watercolored it with Stabilo 68 pens. Colors I used are: 56, 29, 58, 33, 36, 63, 44. I dropped the pigments on the petals and leaves towards the center of the flower and stems and blended them out using the Clear Sparkle pens. To highlight the background, I used Light Blue and Turquoise Green Zig markers with Aqua Brushes. I let it dry completely and die cut the panel down with the largest die from the Small Double Stitched Rectangle Dies.


Next, on a white A2 cardbase, I adhred a mint panel cut down to slight smaller than the cardbase to create the background. Then I popped up the main panel on the card, and I tilt it a bit to create more interest. I stamped the sentiment on black carstock, heat embossed in white, cut it down to a small banner strip, and popped it up on the card. I adhered some Fairy Pink Sparkling Clear sequins and Glass Slippers Round Confetti to complete the card.



Next, I created a card using our new Wild Dahlias stamp set!


I started off by stamping all the images from our new Wild Dahlias stamp set. Then, I stamped and ink blended the images using our Couture inks. I added some white does with gel pen and fussy cut them out as I didn’t have the coordinating dies at the moment.

Here are the ink colors I used for each flowers and leaves: Yellow (Amber Citrine, Lemon Drop, and Coralline Hybrid); Pink (Hollywood Star, Cosmopolitan Pink Hybrid, Pink Derby); Turquoise (Caribbean Turquoise, Hot Tourmaline); Purple (Soft Amethyst, Iris Blooms); leaves (Soft Garden, Bright Fern).


Next, I masked off a A2 white panel and ink blended Lemon Drop Dye, Hollywood Star Dye, Caribbean Turquoise, Dye, and Hot Tourmaline Dye inks to create the background. I also repeatedly stamped the sentiment from our new Beautiful Bettas stamp set vertically right next to the ink blended section of the panel. Then I die cut the panel using the largest layer from the Large Double Stitched Rectangle Dies and adhered it on a white A2 cardbase. I adhered the die cut images, some popped up using the dimensional foam tape and added Clear Dew drops to finish off the card.



For each Release Day (1 and 2), we are giving away a stamp set of choice from the new release! To qualify, you must leave a comment on our Daily Release posts – let us know which of our new stamps are your favorite for each day! Leave a comment on each Design Team member’s blogs to increase your chances of winning. The comment period for all giveaways closes on April 6, 5pm EST. Winners will be announced thereafter on The Ton’s blog.


List of the Design Team Blogs:

The Ton
Tae Eun
Laura Jane
Jenny <———— You are here! 🙂


That’s all from me for today! Hope you enjoyed today’s projects and the product reveal! Don’t forget to come back tomorrow for our Blog Hop! It will be filled with amazing projects and inspirations!

Thank you for stopping by! Happy crafting!



31 thoughts on “The Ton Spring 2018 Release – Day 2

  1. I just ooh and ahh over your beautiful cards every single
    time. Your coloring blows me away. Simply gorgeous works
    of art that I love!!

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  2. WOW!!!! Your first card is colorful & has such depth! Your second card is angel like with the softness you’ve give the image! It took my breath away! AND your third card is LOVELY with the flowers going right up the side over a sponged on panel! LOVE those little white dots too!!! GORGEOUS WORK, Jenny!!!!!!!! 😉

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  3. Many years ago I had an embroidery picture that
    looked much like your first card. I always loved
    that picture (don’t think I ever finished embroidering
    it though). Have to get that stamp so I can
    re-recreate that picture.
    thanks for sharing some wonderful cards.

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