Whiskey Business

Stamping With Friends Blog Hop

I now belong to a blog hop group and each month we will be posting a card, project and etc. For our blog hops we will be using the National Calendar to help inspire our projects. My inspiration came from the National Bootlegger’s Day .

Quote from the National Calendar-During the 1800s, the term bootlegger came into use in the Midwest. The word described the act of concealing flasks of liquor in a boot top when going to trade with Native Americans. 

Please have patience with us because we are all new to this and are excited to venture into this. Now on to the hop!

Stampin’ Up! has outdone their selves with this new stamp set from the annual catalog. As soon as I seen it, I knew I had to have it. I collect whiskey bottles and I have a bottle of Jack Daniel’s Winter Jack and it helped inspiring to create this card. I paired Whiskey Business with Snow front.

I used Stampin’ Blends in Cinnamon Cider, light and dark, along with So Saffron, light and dark to color in the decanter and glass. I used the faux embossing technique-Packing tape to create the glossy shine on them.

Packing Tape technique used on the decanter and glass

The sentiments are great with this set but the main appeal to this stamp set is the decanter and drinking glass are separate, which makes it more versatile. You can add as many glasses as you want in any arrangement. This set is great for Father’s Day, birthday for a 21-year-old, anniversary and so much more.

WHISKEY BUSINESS CLING STAMP SET (ENGLISH)

Click on image above to order #152550 $19.00

Next up on the hop is Linda A. Moore from “Moore Fun Stamping” click here to see what she has created!

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