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2 Garden Shed Card Ideas

Garden Shed Stampin' Up!Hello Friends,

It's peek gardening season here in Ohio, so I thought that it might be fun to highlight the Garden Shed stamp set by Stampin' Up! with 2 cards the same, but different.  This is a gardener's dream stamp set.  If you missed it, I also made a Garden Journal in a post last week also featuring the Garden Shed stamp set.


Garden Shed Stampin' Up!

Garden Shed Card Making Ideas

For both cards, I started by stamping garden pots images from the Garden Shed stamp set.  Then, I colored both with my Stampin' Blends and cut a frame with my Stitched Shapes Dies.  My sentiments were cut with the same dies and Rococo Rose Card Stock.

I cut a window frame for each card using my Stitched Rectangle dies and Mossy Meadow Card Stock.  The plant-based designed paper in from the Pressed Petals Designer Series Paper stack.

My flower was pieced together in less than a minute using the Pressed Petals Washi Tape.

I embossed my Crumb Cake card base with my Pinewood Planks embossing folder, then splattered it with Merry Merlot ink.


Canned Peaches

 

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Have a fabulous day!

 Newfeichtsiggy


Garden Shed Stampin' Up!

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Karen L

Robin, thanks for the info.......after freezing that much corn I thought maybe you had a quick way of doing it!! I cut mine from the cob first & then cook it a little while with a little butter & then pkg. it. You are a busy person with all your canning & freezing.......but, doesn't it taste so fresh & wonderful when the snow is flying!!

Robin Feicht

So true, Karen!

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