Friday, August 2, 2019

Global Stampin' Friends Blog Hop - Trees & Wood

Happy Friday everyone!  I'm so excited for the weekend but first it's time for another monthly hop with the Global Stampin' Friends!

This month we are going back to our roots with trees and wood themed projects!  Creating nature cards is always fun and a perfect choice when creating masculine cards.  For my project, I wanted to highlight the Memorable Mosaic stamp set and the coordinating Mosaic Mood Specialty Designer Series Paper.



I started my card this month with a Very Vanilla card stock base and layered using Garden Green and Soft Suede card stock.  I embossed the Soft Suede using the Woodland Embossing Folder to give a forest background.  Using a strip of the Designer Series Paper, I choose a color that coordinated and stamped the tree using Soft Suede and Garden Green inks.

I fussy cut the tree out with my Paper Snips and used the Braided Linen Thread as an accent.  The sentiment was stamped in Garden Green ink as well onto Very Vanilla cardstock!

Make sure to continue on to the next blog in our hop by checking out Angelique Stempelkeuken's blog by clicking HERE or the next button below!

GSF Blog Hop Participants August 2019
9. Anastasia Radloff - you are here!



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7 comments:

  1. I love that dsp. That tree is great. Fantastic job.

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  2. Lovely card - it's hard to get pictures to do that DSP justice, but you managed to catch its glimmer! Thanks for sharing :-D

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  3. Wonderful way to cut out the tree!!. Great card too. TFS

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  4. Great card and I love how you've wrapped the thread around the DSP for a lovely finishing touch. Thanks for sharing x

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  5. Wonderful card design. Love the way you have combined the designer series paper with the stamp set. The texture of the background is wonderful :)

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  6. Oooh, that's pretty! Have not been drawn to that set...however, you showcase it well!

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