For my card, I used a number of things that I have not used in 6 months or more. They are the Season of Friendship set, Framed Tulips, and watercolor paper. The tree is stamped on the watercolor paper and then I inked up the leaf stamp with markers and spritzed the stamp with water before stamping on the paper. I was hoping to give the leaves a little watercolor appearance. For the embossed panel, I sponged vanilla card stock with Cajun Craze ink to as Cajun Craze is very dark and I wanted a little lighter version for my card. I then embossed it with the embossing folder and trimmed it to put on the Early Espresso base. The ribbon is white organdy ribbon that I had and I tinted it by sponging it also with the Cajun Craze ink. I added it to the image panel and adhered it to the card. The sentiment is from Petite Pairs and stamped on Very Vanilla and then punched with the Word Window punch and layered with the Modern Label punch I trimmed off the left edge of the punches and applied to the card and added a Basic Pearl to finish it off. See supply list below. As always to order any of the products used above or see what other products Stampin' Up! has to offer, check out my Stampin' Up! Website HERE
If you started on Chrissy's blog, be sure not to miss the wonderful creation on the blog of another one of my creatively talented friends, Sparkly Train and then continue on the hop. If you didn't start on Chrissy's blog, be sure to go back and see her creative project as well. All 11 blogs on the hop are listed below.
BLOG HOP LIST
- Creating with Chrissy
- Stamp With Me Cindy G <-- You are here
- Sparkly Train
- Joyful Stamper
- Sue's Sentiments
- Payne Holler Cards
- Cindy's Antics
- Inksatiable Stamper
- My Creative Rumblings
- A Consuming Passion
- Made For Keeps
Card Supplies (All Stampin' Up!)
Stamps Set: Season of Friendship, Petite Pairs
Paper/Card Stock: Early Espresso, Very Vanilla, Cajun Craze, watercolor paper.
Accessories: Modern Label Punch, Word Window Punch, Tulip Frame Embossing Folder
Basic Pearl and ribbon.