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7 Painted Harvest Cards

 

Painted Harvest Stampin' Up!
 

Hello Friends,

Happy Friday!  We've all seen lots and lots of beautiful cards made with the 2-step sunflower from the Painted Harvest stamp set.  They're all over the internet.  But did you know that the leaves and itty bitty acorn can make equally beautiful cards?  Plus, the leaflet has a coordinating punch.  The acorns and the leaflets are a real stand out against the the crisp Whisper White Embossed background mounted on a Crumb Cake Card Base.  The other little bit of loveliness behind the acorns and leaflets are a snippet of Copper Trim loosen into a ribbon of fun, a wee bit of burlap ribbon for a little more texture and a swirl of Linen Thread to finish it up.

Be sure to scroll down and see all 7 Painted Harvest Cards.  There's lots of eye candy for you to see made with the Painted Harvest stamp set by Stampin' Up!.  And at the tail end of this post I've listed all the supplies needed for making this top card.


Painted Harvest Stampin' Up!

I stamped my sentiment with Soft Suede ink which looks almost golden against my collage.  I stamped my leaflets with Always Artichoke and Soft Suede inks.  I had to dust off my neglected Always Artichoke ink.  It's been a long time since arty has gotten any action.  Did I mention that the embossed background was done with the Dynamic Textured Impressions Layered Leaves embossing folder.  Hint:  When embossing with the thick Dynamic Folders remember to use only one cutting pad.

 

Painted Harvest Stampin' Up!

See the 2-Step Sunflower from the Painted Harvest Stamp set in action here.

 

Painted Harvest Stampin' Up!

Both the acorns and the sunflower star in this card.  See details here.

 

Painted Harvest Pocket Card

Learn how to make a Pocket Card with the Painted Harvest Stamp set here.  There's a video tutorial teaching you step by step how to make these fun pockets.

 

Painted Harvest Stampin' Up!

The sunflowers look great with buffalo plaid too.  See more here.

Painted Harvest Stampin' Up!

Painted Harvest went pink one month for my customer Thank You cards.  The bottom layer was stamped with Blushing Bride Ink and the top layer was stamped with Berry Burst ink (stamped off for a lighter shade of Berry Burst).  And the center was stamped with Fresh Fig Ink.  So pretty!

 

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 And last, but certainly not least, here's a very basic Painted Harvest Card that we stamped last week at a live event.  The flowers were stamped with Crushed Curry, Cajun Craze and Chocolate Chip Inks.  And the leaves were stamped with Sahara Sand ink.

 

Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy

 

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Count My Blessings Card

Count My Blessings Stampin' Up!

Hello Friends,

Has your autumn been as spectacular as mine?   To celebrate all this autumn loveliness, I pulled out one of my favorite autumn stamp sets-Count My Blessings.  What's not to love about this set?  I love the big flowing font and the gorgeous autumn images.  

Count My Blessings Stampin' Up!

 The touch of color peeking out above the vellum is the flower from the Count My Blessings Stamp Set colored with my Cherry Cobbler Stampin' Blends.  All I can say is that the new Stampin' Blends rocks!  For today's coloring experiment I colored with my Stampin' Blends (Alcohol Markers) on Designer Paper.  As you can see, the experiment was a success.

 

Color Challenge
 

This week Pam is our Splitcoast Stampers Color Challenge Hostess and she chose Cajun Craze, Crushed Curry and Cherry Cobbler.  The Dessert this week was to gratitude and the Count My Blessings stamp set is an excellent choice to express gratitude.    Hop on over and play along at Splitcoast Stampers Color Challenge.

 

Stampin' Blends

 

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 Newfeichtsiggy

 

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4 Whole Lot of Lovely Hand Crafted Cards

Whole Lot of Lovely Stampin' Up!

 Hello Friends,

Designer Series Paper can be a key ingredient for making beautiful, yet simple cards.   The Whole Lot of Lovely Designer Series Paper is the star of  all 4 of today's Thank You Cards.  

Whole Lot of Lovely Stampin' Up!

And to make your card making even more simple, coordinating colors are listed on the back of each Designer Series Paper Package and also in the Stampin' Up! Catalog.  Stampin' Up! really rocks when it comes to easy Color Coordination.

 Coordinating colors for Whole Lot of Lovely Paper are Basic Black, Crushed Curry, Pear Pizzaz, Pool Party, Powder Pink, Soft Suede, Tangerine Tango, Tranquil Tide and Whisper White.

Whole Lot of Lovely Stampin' Up!

 I used the All Things Thanks stamp set to make my stack of Thank You Cards.

Whole Lot of Lovely Stampin' Up!

 And the Stitched Shapes Dies frame my sentiment nicely.

Freshly Made Sketches

A Big Thanks to Freshly Made Sketches for today's Card Sketch. 

Whole Lot of Lovely

A Whole Lot of Lovely Designer Series Paper

 

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 Newfeichtsiggy

 

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