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Back from my camping trip (one day early). The camp ground had water issues the last couple of days, so we decided it was time to come home. Any way, although I didn't get to create anything while I was camping, I did get to cruise around and check out others' creations. This card is based on one created by Michelle Langefeld of Roses of Pink. Thanks Michelle!
These are three cards I made using Serene Silhouettes. I really like using them with a very clean layout, and the rich, regal colors of Bravo Burgundy (ret.), Elegant Eggplant and Not Quite Navy (ret.).
My husband said I needed to make one of my tree cards with a lake in it. After a couple of trials and errors, I created this one. I'm not completely happy with it, so I will probably be posting more designs.
Oh, my, another reason to stamp!
Supplies:Stamps - Lovely as a Tree, Watercolor Winter; Paper - Always Artichoke, Very Vanilla; Ink - Always Artichoke, Coastak Cabana, Old Olive, Pear Pizzazz, Pool Party, Soft Sky, Wisteria Wonder; Embossing Folder - Woodgrain
I saw a card recently created by Stamping & Scrapping with Deb Valder. I really liked her idea of placing the lattice behind the Window Frame cut-out. After putting this one together, my husband decided it would be a great card to give to some friends of ours who are getting married at the end of the month.
I really like the way this card turned out, but it truly was challenging to put together. Because I didn't want the lattice overlap to be visible on the inside of the card, I placed a second sheet of card stock on the inside (attached to the back of the front), which I then die-cut the two pieces at the same time. Then I slid the corners of the lattice piece between the two sheets.