I have been giving my retired products a real workout in anticipation of the new catalog items coming soon. I used what I call the “magic” DSP to colorize the paper with Delightful Dijon ink and the buffed it to reveal the white embossed flowers. The striped piece was stamped with the Brushstrokes #138952 background stamp. For the focal panel, I pulled out the Painted Petals (retired) stamp set. Love all the layers work well together.
Cammie is definitely a still life artist with today’s post. The pears are from the now retired Apple of My Eye stamp set from Stampin Up. The pears are distressed using the Gorgeous Grunge #130514 stamp set to add just enough texture to bring the pears to life on the brayered counter top.
I have been busy using up retired product and bring new life to old stamps and today’s card is no exception. I used the feather image from the now retired Stampin Up Lovely Amazing You stamp set to randomly stamp the background. I added a piece of the gold foil vellum to soften the background. I added a strip of retired DSP and then added the sentiment and the cluster of feathers cut using the retired feathers framelits.
Today’s post is positively a beautiful work of art. Cammie is spot on with her brayered road complete with the trees from the Stampin Up In the Meadow #140751 stamp set. The clincher to the card was the sentiment from the now retired Beautiful Ride stamp set. Absolutely breathtaking landscape!
Today’s card is all about being artistic with the images from the retired Stampin Up Painted Petals stamp set. I had this set for over a year and never used it. Sad part is it is retired but I gave the set a full work out to make a gift set of cards. Be prepared to see other cards in the coming days that I made with this set. For the background, I stamped the striped pattern in 4 colors and then added the popped rectangle with the tulips and sentiment.
Filed under Cards, Thank You
Today’s post is a sweet card using the bonus stampset -All About Everything as part of my Paper Pumpkin kit a few months back. I stamped the background and the flower before adding the handcut flower pot.