with Painted Harvest. I just can’t get enough of this beautiful stamps set! This time I went for a more monochromatic look. It didn’t turn out quite like I had envisioned, but I still like it. What are your favorite colors with this beauty?
I used Whisper White craft ink and Crumb Cake for the flowers, Early Espresso for the sentiment, all stamped on Crumb Cake card stock with an Early Espresso matt. I added the white baker’s twine to pull out more of the white ink.
You just might get tired of seeing the sunflower from Painted Harvest because I love it so much!
But isn’t it GORGEOUS!?! And the little acorn on the envelopes is just precious as well 😀 I combined Fresh Fig with Crushed Curry for the petals and Soft Suede for the centers. I think I will be putting this card in with the Holiday catalogs I send out to my customers. But then I will need to make more so you might be seeing more designs with different color combinations. I have been seeing all kinds of beautiful color combinations for this sunflower on Pinterest and Instagram. Other demos are loving this stamp set just as much as me! So as I mentioned in my Facebook Live last week, if you like this bundle, I highly recommend you order it as soon as possible beginning Sept. 1, 2017 as I believe it WILL go on back order quickly. You can’t say I didn’t warn you!
Night in Bethlehem! It was the first bundle that I just knew I MUST get! I will likely use it for my personal Christmas cards this year 🙂 and here is my first card made using it:
Our new mini dimensionals were PERFECT to raise the front layer of buildings onto the back layer to create the adorable little town scene. I used black behind the windows and doors but am thinking of trying a different color, maybe yellow? Not sure, but I know I want to play more with this bundle.
I can’t wait until all of you can see the catalog! It has SO many wonderful new products to help you create amazing projects for this holiday season! While this is my favorite bundle, I already have several other bundles (and I want to get more) that I am enjoying as well which I will share with you soon.
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