Have you seen the Harvest Hellos stamp set and the coordinating Apple Builder Punch from the 2019 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog? For today's Sneak Peek, I made a quick and easy 3D Hey There Pumpkin Tag.
Hey There Pumpkin Tag Tips & Tricks
Stamp the pumpkin 5 times onto Terracotta Tile Card Stock, then punch with the apple builder punch. Note that the Apple Builder Punch works equally well for pumpkins.
Fold each pumpkin in half. Then glue the second half of pumpkin A to the first half of pumpkin B. Next, glue the second half of pumpkin B to the first half of pumpkin C. Continue on until all the pumpkins are connected. Finally, adhere pumpkin to tag as shown.
The tag corners and the ribbon hole were made with the Detailed Trio Punch.
My designer paper is Mosaic Mood Paper.
Hey, there pumpkin was stamped with Garden Green ink.
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Masculine cards are easy and fun with the new Sailing Home Suite from Stampin' Up!. Let me share some cards and home decor pieces that I have made recently.
This card is probably a bit over the top or for the Avid Stamper. But, honestly, I was having fun playing with my new Sailing Home Bundle and Memories & More Pack. The lighthouses in the background are a card from the Come Sail Away Memories and More Card Pack. I fashioned the Lifesaver using a combination of Layering Circle dies, card stock and Night of Navy/Sahara Sand Baker's Twine. The Sailboat, birds, and sentiment were stamped using the Sailing Home Stamp Set and Night of Navy Ink. Everything else was cut with the Smooth Sailing Dies. And finally, I layered and arranged to create an eye-appealing scene.
My Nautical Home Decor piece was inspired by this card. Again, my background is a piece from the Come Sail Away Memories and More Card Pack. The Sentiment was stamped with the High Tide companion stamp set.
I used the Masking Technique to create the sailboat in the moonlight scene behind the lighthouse. The entire card was made with the Sailing Home Bundle and the Circle Layering dies.
The Come Sail Away Memories and More Card Pack is jam-packed with all sorts of handsome cards and stickers. You can use it as is like I did with the tissue box or ...
you can combine the card pack with the Sailing Home Bundle to make all sorts of masculine projects.
What projects would you make with the Sailing Home Suite by Stampin' Up!? I love to hear from you. What was your favorite project today? To get started on your own nautical projects order from the Sailing Home Suite today.
When I saw the Winter Woods Bundle from the 2018 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog, I knew that it was a must have. What a great set of dies and a beautiful stamp set! I love that it coordinates so well with 2 other popular stamp sets, Rooted in Nature and Lovely as a Tree.
Hint: The ready made Kraft Pillow Boxes are perfect for tucking in a gift card or other small gift.
Plus, we recently became a Certified Tree Farm on our little piece of paradise in rural Ohio, thanks in a large part to our son, Bryan. Here he is helping us prepare for a new planting of 1,600 trees. The beautiful Winter Woods stamp set simply had to hop on my shelf.
Watch as Tanner Smedley from the Stampin' Up! home office introduces the Winter Woods Bundle, then I will share an easy stamping technique for creating depth on your trees.
The Winter Woods Bundle will be available in my Online Store starting Wednesday, September 5, 2018.
Both my stamping technique and layered dies, work together to make the fabulous textured tree. Love the way I can flip up the branches with this In the Woods Die.
Here's the tree stamped with Mint Macaron Ink. Not bad, but let's step it up a notch with this simple stamping technique.
The Stamparatus, stamp positioning tool is key to making this technique work. Each stamped layer must line up perfectly. After stamping my base layer with Mint Macaron ink, I then pounced Shaded Spruce ink randomly across my stamp and stamped a second layer of color.
I repeated the process with Tranquil Tide ink to get this tree. I stamped two trees, then cut them with dies from the In the Wood Die set and stacked an curled them for a really full look. Beautiful!