August 11, 2018

More Fall Leaves from the Color Your Seasons Bundle

Well hello and good Saturday morning! Wohoo! I am so excited that the weekend is here. Wow, what a long week it was! But I did make time to play in my craft room a few nights during the week. But today, I'm not sharing one of my own cards with you. Today, I'm sharing a card I received in my swap cards that I did with a group of other demonstrators. This particular card just over the top wowed me! It was made by the very talented Linda Cullen.
Look at the amazing paper piecing in-lay work she did....then there is the glisten from the Wink of Stella. She truly rocked this card. She used the Stampin' Blends to color it and then using the detailed leaf die, from the Stitched Seasons collection, she cut out the leaf in Old Olive, Cajun Craze, Daffodil Delight and Cherry Cobbler and placed each individual piece into the Old Olive "outline" and adhered it down.
Again, it's just so striking and to really make the stamped leaves POP, she outlined them all in the light Pool Party Stampin' Blend marker.
I hope you enjoy this card as much as I have I think she did an amazing job on it and continue to admire it daily. I hope this card inspires you to think outside the box and try a little "in-lay" work and pull out those Stampin' Blends. Oh, you don't have any Blends yet? Oh, well then, you will want to stay tuned for more information to come, but I will be resuming the Stampin' Blends club in the very near future! Keep your eyes out and Happy Stamping,



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2 comments:

  1. This is beautiful! The colors really pop.

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    1. Don't they? Linda did an amazing job on this, I agree!

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