November is almost upon us and this is my Happy fall Card. The glimmer paper is from the Joyous Noel 6″ x 6″ Glimmer Paper pack which a lot of my customers missed when going through Stampin’ Up!’s Holiday catalog, page 29.
And again I used the Stamparatus and my template to make this Fall wreath. It is my favorite wreath card so far.
Stampin’ Up!’s Tin Tile Dynamic TIEF used with the Galvanized Metallic Paper and the Big Shot gives my card it’s wow factor. I combined it with Nature’s Poem Designer Series Paper and Gray Granite cardstock.
This also was one of the cards my club members made in October.
I used Stampin’ Up!’s Abstract Impressions stamp set to make this wreath with the Stamparatus. I used a template I made using the 3″ framelit from Layering Squares Framelits to create the template.
This card is easy to create, however, it isn’t quick! Book a party or privae class with me during November and I will teach you how to create wreath cards with the template and your Stamparatus.
Every time I use this stamp I think of John Denver—-;
Country roads, take me home
To the place I belong
West Virginia, mountain mama
Take me home, country roads
Just saying the name Country Home reminds me of when I heard John Denver sings this song at the Augusta Civic Center a long time ago. Don’t ask!
Another classic Country Home card uses Stampin’ Up!’s Tin Tile Dynamic Textured Impressions folder. Whew that is a mouthful! I just call it the Tin Tile folder. I embossed the Copper Foil sheet with folder and the Big Shot, then sponged the foil piece tile Tranquil Tide ink to give it a little weathered copper effect.
I used Stampin’ Blends to color the images and fussy cut the images. I also used the Corrugated Dynamic folder on the piece of Crumb Cake cardstock behind the copper piece.
I like how this card came together and hope you do, too.
Abstract Impressions is what this birthday card is all about. I used the stamp set for the card as well as the matching Tranquil Textures Designer Series Paper.
Everyone is always needing birthday cards, so I try to make at least one birthday card at club each month. This card took a little longer to make as the flowers and leaves are double stamped, plus four layers and ribbon.
One of the cards we made at September club was a card that could be used for a birthday in October or a Halloween card. They chose which sentiment they wanted to use. Below is the birthday card.
Quick, easy, and no stamping!