Friday, July 09, 2021

Creating cards from a Stamped Wreath with Ruth from Artful Stampin

One of my enduring and favourite things to do is to stamp with flower, leaf and texture images and create floral arrangements that can be used for paper craft projects.

I used a couple of stamp sets that will be available in August 2021.

One is called Gorgeous Leaves, and the other is going to be available as a freebie when you spend £90, it is called Delicate Dahlias.  The other floral stamp that I used is called Color and Contour and it's available in the Annual catalogue 2021-2022

For those of you who may be new to my blog, I have been using and showing people how to use stamps for the last 10 years.  Over that time I have enjoyed my personal development as a stamp and paper craft artist, and also sharing that on YouTube through my tutorials.

Here is how I stamped the wreath

The colours I used where:
Crushed Curry, Cajun Craze, Poppy Parade, Real Red, Basic Gray, Smoky Slate, Gray Granite and  Sahara Sand

The following day I cut up the wreath!
I know that still fills some of my viewers with dread, but the saying "you can't make a cake without cracking some eggs" comes to mind.

Here are the cards I made...

The beautiful grey leaves were cut using a new die set called Intricate Leaves, it accompanies the Gorgeous Leaves stamp set,

The scalloped rectangles are cut using Scalloped Contours Dies.

Can you spot the gold leaf accents?  They are from the Artistic Impressions Ephemera pack, they are laser cut pieces perfect for embellishing cards.

and here is the tutorial...

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