Saturday, October 14, 2017

Stamper's Dozen Blog Hop - Painted Harvest Designer Series Paper

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 Welcome to October's Blog Hop - we are featuring projects created with the beautiful Painted Harvest Designer Series Paper. 

A few weeks ago I shared a post about using this paper (or any of our designer paper packs) to create 144 cards!  

You can see that post 144 Cards HERE

I created three different cards today - all quite simple. I used Vanilla Notecards and Envelopes for all of the cards.  The leaves were made by attaching different strips of the Painted Harvest Designer Series Paper onto a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock and then cutting the leaf shape with my Big Shot and Leaflet framelits.

Card One is the most simple: Just one leaf, a small word stamp, and a few Metallic Sequins. 



Card Two:  I added a layer of Very Vanilla cardstock that was embossed with the Ruffles Embossing folder. I added the leaf, stamped word and a few sequins over this embossed piece. 
   



 Card Three:  This time I just added a little stamping to the background of my card base.  The "swirl" stamp is from the Timeless Texture stamp set -  I like to use this stamp with leaves - make me think of fall and swirling leaves!  




The leaves were made by attaching different strips of the Painted Harvest Designer Series Paper onto a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock and then cutting the leaf shape with my Big Shot and Leaflets framelits.  I love that each one is different! This is a great way to use up some scraps of designer paper that you may have!



Here's a photo of all three:





Thanks so much for hopping with us today! 



 Please continue on our hop - Carol Payne is up next!

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Or hop back to visit Sharon's Blog: 
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Hope you have time to BEE creative today! 


 

2 comments:

  1. Love the clean and handsome look of your cards. Great way to use the DSP!

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  2. Laura these are beautiful! I may need to pull out some scraps & play around with other framelets. Thanks for sharing!

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