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Colorful Seasons Blog Hop, Stampin’ Up!

 

Hi Stampers!

Welcome to the RemARKably Created Colorful Seasons Blog Hop!

A big thank you to Janet Wakeland for inviting me and organizing this fun hop!

If I am your first stop, welcome I am glad to have you here. If you hopped here from someone elses blog, Thank You for stopping by! You will find many ideas and some amazing inspiration, and be sure to go all of the way through before this super cool Blended Seasons bundle is gone for good.

This stamp set  features a Wood or Clear Mount option and you can even get it as a bundle with the dies and save 10%
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I was going for a very neutral color scheme for this card as I know lots of times we struggle for either a masculine card or a neutral card. I like to challenge myself to think out side the box as well, so I also used a sheet of DSP from the Animal Expedition to create my layers with.

I used all three of the beautiful framelits to create a bunch of layers to use on this card. I still have the smallest one that I could’ve added but I didn’t want to go too overboard.

I think the way this card is layered you cant tell which parts are the framelits, which in my opinion is cool. And if you wanted to take it a step further, you could also cut the flowers I colored in out the same way, interlayer them together and get two cards for one!!

Color Scheme:

Card Recipe:

Base Layer: Basic Gray 4 1/4″ by 11″ score at 5 1/2″

Layer: Smoky Slate 4″ by 5 1/4″

Layer under thinlits: Whisper White 3 3/4″ by 5″

Layer that was cut with thinlits: Animal Expedition DSP 3 3/4″ by 5″

Inside Layer: Whisper White 4′ by 5 1/4″

 

Using the big shot I layered all three of the thinlits down and held them in place with some Washi Tape. Once trimmed, I used the largest which is the 3 3/4″ by 5″ layer and the second largest layer for the front. I used the largest layer for the inside of the card.

I colored the leaves in with the Light then Dark Smokey Slate Stampin’ blends and then added a bit of light Old Olive stampin blend marker. I colored the flowers, starting at the center with Light Pumpkin Pie and Light and Dark Flirty Flamingo, then I added in some Light Calypso Coral and filled it all the way in with Light Pumpkin  Pie.

I stamped the outside sentiment in Memento ink and I used the Stamparatus to create the inside of the card. I created a repeating sentiment with Grapefruit Grove ink and made it really stand out by adding one in Memento ink.

I just moved the base up and/or down 1/4″ and restamped the words….pretty cool, huh?

I also added a bit of Wink of Stella to the centers of the flowers and the layers from the die cuts….I think it gives it a tiny sparkle you’re really not expecting!

 

Once again, thank you for stopping by, if you live in the US and would like to purchase any of these products, simply click here, or follow the shopping list below.

Keep going so you too can get some really great card and projects ideas from the other talented stampers in the fun hop!

Until next time,

Stay Crafty

XO Rach

Blog Hoppers:

Theme: Colorful Seasons

1. Rachael Rife
2. Cheryl Hamilton
3. Libby Dyson – Australia
4. Candy Ford
5. Claudine Delaunay from Canada
6. Gloria Plunkett – USA
7. Annette Sullivan – Australia
8. Ginny Harrell
9. Jamie AR Albanese GettingCrafty.net USA
10. Christy Fulk – Create With Christy – USA
11. Tanesha Sistrunk
12. Candy Rattray-sweetstamper
13. Leonie Schroder – Stamp A Latte
14. Alejandra Gomez – creatingwithallie.com – US
15. Melissa Bolinger-USA
16. janet
17. Lisa Kmiec
18. Karie Beglau
19. Dena Albee – USA
20. Dianne Keough
21. Sharon Jacobs – USA

 



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