Today is our Stamp to the Max Blog Hop, which is my upline team. You my have just stopped by Jill's Stamping Corner or you may have just been visiting Christina Mansker. This month we were to make anything "Thanksgiving, Fall, or Thank You" projects. I decided to create a "Thank You" card and here it is.
…Gently Falling and Day of Gratitude stamps sets; Early Espresso, Old Olive, Bravo Burgundy, Daffodil Delight, and Tangerine Tango Classic Stampin' Pads; Daffodil Delight, Old Olive, Bravo Burgundy Card Stock, and Watercolor Paper; Paper Cutter, Paper Snips, SNAIL Adhesive, Bone Folder, Stamp-a-ma-jib, Clear Block, and some type of water mister. If you saw yesterday's post about my Westminster Oak monthly card class, this card is similar to the card that we created.
I change today's card up a little, no retired items used for this card. For my base card I used Daffodil Delight. I inked the leaf using Daffodil Delight, Old Olive, Bravo Burgundy, and Tangerine Tango, and misted it with water before stamping on Watercolor paper. I used the Stamp-a-ma-jig to line up the leaf outline and stamped it with Early Espresso. This was layered on Old Olive card stock, and if you look closely you will notice that I crinkled up both the stamped watercolor paper and the Old Olive card stock. I also did this with the Bravo Burgundy and Old Olive layer. I decided that I would cut out on acron which was stamped in the same way as the leaf. For the "Thank You" I used Early Espresso ink and misted it with water before stamping and then layered it on the Old Olive/Bravo Burgundy layer.
I hope that you enjoyed this card and gets you in a creative mood. Now let's move on to the team member Stephanie Bradley.
This is the order of the blog hop, make sure you see what the other Stamp to the Max team members have created.
Maxine Conrad www.stamptothemax.com
Martha Haddock www.stampinmartha.blogspot.com
Lisa Fennewald www.lisaloostamps.blogspot.com
Christina Mansker www.crazystampmom.blogspot.com
Jill St Angelo www.jillsstampingcorner.com
Stephanie Bradley www.stamplikeyoumeanit.blogspot.com
Elizabeth Harris www.elizabethloves2stamp.com
Thanks for stopping by Jill's Stamping Corner (JSC), remember, be inspired, be creative, and share,