I stamped the flower with Pool Party & Soft Sky. The center is Soft Suede that I stamped on scratch paper first before stamping the flower center. I cut the copper foil scalloped oval out of the layer, no one sees under the paper anyway. 🙂
I got the idea for this card from two cards that Rachel Tessman’s shared with her Stampers With Art group of demonstrators. The first idea was to use the Painted Harvest flower as a wreath, the stamp set even has the little dots in it I used for berries. The second idea was to use the sponge brayer to add Cherry Cobbler ink to the Merry Little Christmas black and white paper. I love it!
The Holiday Catalog goes live tomorrow but here are a few more previews to get you excited.
This past Saturday I was at a gathering of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators and we made these fun projects. Susan Campfield always has great gatherings for her demonstrators.
This first card uses the Two-Tiered Eclipse technique. Check out Susan’s post about the technique here.
These cute little guys come from a new stamp and framelit set in the Holiday Catalog. Check out Susan’s post here about them. Just a note on them, if you don’t stamp a clean image, this is one time you can’t just flip the paper over. Check out my snowman. 🙂
And for the last project, it’s using some of the new Quilted Christmas paper from the Holiday catalog and is a fun fold.
We used an 8″ x 8″ piece of Whisper White cardstock to make this. See below for scoring info. The diagonals are made using a ruler between the score lines at 4″. The blue lines fold mountain style and the others are all valley folds.
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As I said in Tuesday’s post, my second upline Rachel Tessman does monthly gathering with her group of demonstrators either in person or on Facebook (since not everyone lives near). Here is the second make & take we did. This one featured a new stamp set, new punch, new papers and a new ribbon. All that in three little tags.
Each tag is 2″ by approximately 4″ before using the banner triple punch to notch them. I used the Aqua Painter and ink from the lid of the Old Olive stamp pad to “swoosh” over the stamped images to give a little more color.
My second upline Rachel Tessman does monthly gathering with her group of demonstrators either in person or on Facebook (since not everyone lives near). You have no idea how much fun they are and she always sends a make & take. This one is featuring the new Painted Harvest stamp set and Painted Autumn Designer Series Paper.
Each square of the Designer Series Paper is 1-inch and the Early Espresso Square is 3 1/2″