Today’s card showcases the ease of using patterned paper that is designed to work together. The Stampin Up Country Lane #147804 DSP collection is featured here. I added the sentiment from the coordinating Country Home #147678 stamp set. I added a few Sprig # 148012 punched pieces and a bow from the Braided Linen Thread #147808.
Today’s card is a real labor of love and features a lot of Stampin Up product from the Holiday Catalog. I started with the Buffalo Check #147797 backfround from Stampin Up. Then I went to town layering the Chicken Wire #147807 elements. Then the Stitched Shapes #145372 Framelits with the sentiment from the Country Home #147678 stampset. I added the tin can and flowers also from the Country Home stamp set. Yes I went a little nuts with the fussy cutting on this card but it really adds to the rustic and homey feel.
Today’s card is a simple design featuring the Country Home #147678 Stampin Up stamp set. You are not seeing things…. there is a wee smudge on the white from the Blackberry Ink on my fingers from trying to close the new Stampin Up ink pads URGH! No worries I took the picture before I added a rhinestone to cover up the smudge and then went ahead and added a few extra! The polka dot paper is from the County Lane DSP #147804 Collection.
Today’s card makes me giddy inside. I love everything about this card especially the sentiment from the Country Home #147678 stamp set from Stampin Up. The patterned paper is from the Country Lane #147804 DSP collection. For the pumpkin I cut a Stitched Shapes #145372 and then textured with the Tin Tile #147906 Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. To finish the pumpkin, I added the Sprig punched #148012 pieces and blinged it out with rhinestones.
Over the next few days I will be posting some of my Thanksgiving cards that I made using the Country Home #147678 stamp set from Stampin Up. I love all that this set has to offer and it is perfect for showing my friends and family how grateful I am for them in my life. Today’s card also showcases the Tin Tile #147906 Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder on a strip of metallic copper cardstock.
I tried my hand at doing 2 step stamping with the feathers from the Making Every Day Bright #148813 from Stampin Up. It’s not one of my best works but none the less it turned out fine. I usually do my 2 step stamping with the Stampin Up Stamparatus but it would be way too time consuming for creating a background so I resorted to the old fashioned method. The sentiment is from the Tropic Chic #146753 stamp set.
Received this super fun card from my friend and customer Sheri. She knows how much I love fall and the the Wood Textures DSP from Stampin Up. She loves to spend time on You Tube looking for card ideas and this layout is one of them. Nice job!
I received this thank-you card awhile back from a friend and Paper Pumpkin subscriber and am just getting around to posting it! She used the left over stickers from the Feb 2018 Wildflower Wishes Paper Pumpkin kit from Stampin Up to make a sweet bouquet of flowers for me. Love the simplicity of this alternative paper pumpkin card.
Today’s card is a simple design featuring the Country Home #147678 stamp set from Stampin Up. The flowers were colored with Copic markers and the cotton branches were filled in with small pieces of cotton from Q-Tips. The focal panel is placed on the card front textured with the Tin Tile #147678 Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder.
I love all pumpkins but there is something I really love about white pumpkins. For today’s card I used the Stitched Shapes Framelits #145372 that were textured with the Tin Tile #147906 Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder before piecing the 3 ovals to form a pumpkin. I added a punched Sprig #148012 for the stem. The pumpkin was was added to a stitched shapes square from Natures Poem DSP #146338 from Stampin Up. The background was stamped with the fabulous Buffalo Check # 147797 background stamp. I added the sentiment from the Itty- Bitty Greetings #146667 stamp set.