Thursday, November 1, 2018

We Create Gratitude Blog Hop

Welcome! This month we are celebrating gratitude and we hope you do too. Thank you for visiting! We appreciate it! 


I fell in love with this stamp set after I saw someone make a pink flower with it. After playing with it I found that it works with just about any color combo. Give it a try!

The leaves were punched and snipped apart. I placed them strategically on top and behind the raised layer. To get the look you see here the flowers were stamped directly onto the Designer Series Paper.

This inside of the card. 

Again, we are grateful for your visit. Up next is Tanya! She will be using Winter Woods. Click on the image below to see what she has to share.


Supply List: 
  • Stamp Set: Painted Harvest
  • Ink/Cardstock: Gray Granite, Mossy Meadow, Poppy Parade, Mango Melody, Whisper White
  • DSP: Festive Farmhouse
  • Punch: Leaf
Card Measurements: 
  • Standard Card Size Folded: 4-1/4" x 5-1/2"
  • Gray Granite Layer: 3-1/4" x 4-1/2"
  • DSP Layer:  3-1/8" x 4-3/8" 
  • Inside Card Layer: 4" x 5-1/4"

7 comments :

  1. One of my all time favorite stamp sets to use for any occasion!

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  2. I love the flowers on the DP! And you picked a great color combo for this card!

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  3. Painted Harvest makes such pretty flowers no matter what colors you use. I also love how you finished off the inside.

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  4. Love the Gray Granite center. That's such a versatile new color. These look like Oklahoma sunflowers! I put the leaves, which look like your dots around my sentiment just like this too (on the inside). That's too funny! The flowers look amazing stamped on the woodgrain piece! I rarely stamp directly on the DSP and I don't know why. I'll have to try this. Beautiful card.

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  5. The flowers look GORGEOUS on that DSP! Such a fun technique!!!

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  6. Beautiful Fall card. I love the color combination of the sunflowers. So pretty. :)

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  7. So pretty...looks like a framed art piece! I like the little leaves at the bottom that are coming out from under the base layers. Thanks for sharing :-D

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