Happy hump day friends, It’s a good feeling when you get here right? Seeing that Christmas is not too far away and it’s always nice to get a head start on those Christmas cards, I’ve got a card using some of the products we have in the current Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalogue and Online Exclusives range.
I’m following the sketch at Just Add Ink Challenge JAI667, the 2 circles were formed using some of our specialty paper.
This was the first time I had used the base leaf die (not sure why) from the Christmas Pinecones and I really liked the look of layering the two dies together to create a fuller effect.
For the background I used several strips of Parakeet Party Cardstock. This is a great way to use up your scrap cardstock and they don’t even need to be the same width as I’ve done here. Having them at different widths can have visual appeal too.
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This wintry birthday card is great for a masculine card or someone who loves the outdoors. I’ve used the Mountain Air stamp set and coordinating Majestic Mountain Dies. It also makes use of those Cardstock and paper scraps we all have laying around.
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Hi, Today I’m taking part in the Stampers Showcase Blog Hop and our theme is classic – Black & White. So many wonderful ways to interpret this theme.
I created my design using lots of scrap Black and White cardstock.
The black strips of cardstock were cut to 1cm width and I layered 3 together to create depth against the white embossed panel in the back. Each of these strips were embossed with the Tasteful Textile Embossing Folder.
The focal image has been created with the Pierced Blooms flowers which are some of my favourites as they are are so striking with the stitching.
Thank you for taking some time to visit me in Melbourne. Hope this gives you some ideas on using up all that scrap cardstock you may have.
Next on our hop is Mo Rootes. Hop through with me to see all the lovely inspiration that’s being shared.
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