September 18, 2018

Stampin' Up! Dashing Deer and Buffalo Check

Good afternoon and Happy Tuesday! I'm getting so excited, this weekend coming is my first ever full day stamping retreat and I can not wait to spoil my stampers! It actually makes me giddy just thinking about it!
Anyway, today I want to share a fun card with you, using the Dashing Deer bundle and the awesome background stamp, Buffalo Check. But what I think really steals the show here is the Swirls & Curls embossing folder! It came as a surprise really just how amazing this embossing folder is when I got the card all put together.
To create this card, I used a Cherry Cobbler card base cut 8.5" x 5.5" scored and folded at 4.25; I then cut a second layer of Cherry Cobbler 5.25" x 4" and stamped the Buffalo Check image with Blackberry Bliss ink. Amazing right? The Blackberry Bliss actually looks Black against the Cherry Cobbler. I then cut a strip of Gold Glimmer paper .5" x 4" and adhered it to the left edge of the 4" x 4" Whisper White panel that I embossed with the Swirls & Curls embossing folder. I then attached them to the card base using Stampin' Dimensionals. I cut the Reindeer from Gold Foil paper and added him to the card front with Stampin' Dimensionals and added a double bow made from Linen Thread. I then stamped the sentiment onto a piece of Whisper White measuring 3/4" x 3" in Versamark ink and embossed it in Gold Embossing powder with my heat tool, flagged the left edge and added it to the bottom right of the card front using Stampin' Dimensionals

I hope you enjoyed today's card as much as I did. I have a great day and until next time,
Happy Stamping,

Product List

No comments:

Post a Comment

01 09 10 Code line 7 9 is for loading jQuery library. Remove this line if you’ve already loaded it somewhere else in your blog. Hint: If your blog has an image slider, carousel or something with fading effect running, chances are it is powered by jQuery. If this widget doesn’t work, the first thing you want to do is comment out or remove this line. To use your own button, replace the URL in line 3 with the direct link URL to the image. Make sure to keep the quotes. To reposition the button, replace