Saturday, September 1, 2018

We Create Fall Blog Hop

I love Fall! When the weather finally cools off and you get to put on a light jacket or use a blanket on the porch. Unfortunately, it doesn't always last very long here in Utah but when it does, there is much more stamping, hiking, reading and knitting going on.

This is such a versatile stamp set. Especially when you need a seasonal card. After a quick Google search I found a card I liked by Rachael at My Stampin' Haven. I love the window/layered look and it came together quite easily using the new Stamparatus (See below).

First things first, I bought additional magnets because when using Photopolymer it likes to stick to the paper. I will have none of that. Okay, some of that but much less.

I put both layers down (flipped up for visual) and stamped them. Then I removed the top layer and stamped again to fix the edges. It turns out I didn't even need to do that because the Early Espresso layer hides it.

The leaves in the wind were a result of covering inky fingers.... I am still currently ink challenged when using the Stamparatus.

Now hop on over to Tanya's blog to see what she has come up with using At Home With You.




Supply List: 
  • Stamp Set: Sheltering Tree
  • Ink/Cardstock: Early Espresso, Whisper White, Mossy Meadow, Mango Melody, Merry Merlot, Cajun Craze
  • Tools: Stamparatus
Measurements: 
  • Card Size: 4-1/4" x 5-1/5"
  • White Layer: 4" x 5-1/4"
  • Early Espresso Layer: 2-1/4" x 5" 
  • White Window Layer: 2" x 4-3/4"
  • White Liner: 4" x 5-1/4"

4 comments :

  1. I love that you made another layer to your tree, and the leaves blowing away! Very pretty!

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  2. Beautiful Fall card design. I love these colors together and this stamp set is perfect for Fall. Great tip to use the Stamparatus. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  3. I really like the popped up image on the tree and the floating leaves off the paper. Great Card

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  4. I love your card. Fall is my favorite season. This is like a giant spotlighting technique! Your tree is gorgeous!

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