Today I have a beautiful fall card to share with you today created with the Soft Seedlings and Go To Greetings Stamp sets…
NOTE: For best image quality, use Sponge Daubers to ink up the stamps. This technique works when your ink pads are new or too juicy.
Stamp the maple seeds across the top and bottom of the card base using Cajun Craze ink. Then you will adhere the DSP strips, centering the Crushed Curry on the card base and placing the other two 1/4″ above and below.
Stamp maple leaf/seeds using Mossy Meadow, Crushed Curry, and Cajun Craze ink on Cardstock #2. Adhere stamped image to the Cajun Craze mat, then attach to card with dimensionals. Use Dark Cajun Craze and Light Mossy Meadow Blends to color the Textural Element and adhere to card.
Heat emboss greeting in white on Cajun Craze strip of cardstock. Trim as desired and cut banner end. Adhere to card with dimensionals.
A new week ahead, so Just a Note to say Happy Monday to you! Today I’d like to share another card from the Wonderful World bundle. The layers truly highlight the beauty of this flower. We begin with a Basic White base and a Basic White mat that is embossed with the Fern 3D folder … this adds a nice touch of texture to the card.
Our next layer is the Wonderful World Designer Series paper which is attached directly to the embossed cardstock. Next we’ll ink up the stamp using a sponge dauber and Rich Razzleberry for the flower and the Pear Pizzazz Stampin’ Write marker to add color to the stem and stamp onto Basic White cardstock. Secure to a Rich Razzleberry mat.
Stamp greeting on white carstock and die cut with smallest tag die. Wrap silver cord twice around matted image and thread tag on, then tie a bow. Adhere to card with dimensionals. Finish off your card by adding silver pearls to the designer paper.
If you would like a PDF of this card with photo, dimensions and full instructions … just leave a comment below and I will send it out to you.
Thank you for joining me this Monday. Have an amazing day!
Here is a list of ingredients to make today’s card ….