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Monday, September 26, 2016

Stampin' Up Presents & Pines, Pretty Pines, Christmas Stockings, Lots of Labels, Layering Ovals

Yup...It's Fall time!  It's only 60 degrees at noon time.  We ended up turning our furnace on last night...Brrrrr.....




It was mostly a nice, cool, sunny weekend.   We got a lot of work done this weekend and the weekend just flew by!!!  We picked peaches off our peach tree too!


I'm so glad that we got to the peaches before the raccoons and other critters did!!!

I did have some time to play during the Baseball and Football games.  So, my share today is a card I designed using Stampin' Up's Pretty Pines and Christmas Stockings Thinlits Dies and Lots of Labels Framelits Dies.  I didn't stamp a sentiment on the inside of my card yet so I didn't use any stamp sets on this card.

Let's take a look:


My card base is Stampin' Up's Emerald Envy Cardstock cut at 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" and scored and folded at 4-1/4".

My card front panel is the striped piece of DSP from Stampin' Up's Presents & Pinecones Designer Series Paper cut at 3-7/8" x 5-1/8" and adhered to my card base with Mono Multi-Purpose Glue.


Using SU's new Pretty Pines Thinlits Dies, I die cut the Pine Branches from Emerald Envy Cardstock and adhered them to my card front panel using Mono-Multi Purpose Glue.


Again using SU's Pretty Pines Thinlits Dies, I die cut the largest Solid Pinecone image twice from Early Espresso Cardstock.  

I die cut the Pinecone Detailed image twice from Stampin' Up's new Copper Foil Sheets and adhered them to the Solid Pinecone images using SU's Fine Tip Glue Bottle.

I adhered the Pinecones to the Pine Branches using Mono Multi-Purpose Glue and a 1/2 of a Stampin' Dimensional under the tip of the Pinecone on the right to give it a little height.

I die cut the largest Bow from Cherry Cobbler Cardstock and adhered it above the Pine Branches with a tiny piece of a Stampin' Dimensional.

Using my 3/8" Handheld Hole Punch, I punched a circle from a scrap piece of the Copper Foil Sheet and adhered it to the center of the Bow with Mono Multi-Purpose Glue.


Using SU's Christmas Stockings Thinlits Dies, I die cut the Noel die from Cherry Cobbler Cardstock and adhered it to the bottom edge of my card front panel with Mono Multi-Purpose Glue.


For the inside of my card:
Using SU's Lots of Labels Framelits Dies, I die cut a Label from Cherry Cobbler Cardstock.

Using SU's Layering Ovals Framelits Dies, I die cut an Oval from Whisper White Cardstock.  I adhered the Oval to the Label and then to the inside of my card with Mono Multi-Purpose Glue.

Using Pretty Pines Thinlits Dies, I die cut the smallest Bow from Cherry Cobbler Cardstock and the Sprig from Emerald Envy Cardstock.  I adhered both to the Label with Mono Multi-Purpose Glue.


A very clean and simple card with a ton of gorgeous, detailed impact!!!

The Copper Foil Sheets are another of my Fave's!!!  I just LOVE the shine and elegance it gives to a card, project or layout!!!

That's all I have for today.  Thanks for stopping by my blog!






I recently discovered that people are using my cards and/or projects, duplicating them and entering them into challenges and using them for their own card classes.  My cards and projects are my own creations and are not to be used in challenges, blog hops, card classes or sold at craft shows; etc., for profit.  I don't mind if you duplicate my creativity to pass on to family members or friends as gifts or Occasions cards; but,  PLEASE be considerate of others creativity!  Thank you!


 



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This is my first blog and it is still under construction.  I have yet to receive my Watermark so the picture's are copyright Lynn A. Gauthier, 2015-2016 Stampin' Up.
 

1 comment:

  1. Lovely card, Lynn! This DSP is perfect for the Christmas Pines Dies and I love the "NOEL" along the bottom. I wondered where that came from, it's cute! Enjoy your peaches. Ours were done here around Labor Day. :(

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