Saturday, May 23, 2020

Rose Hill Grange card - May, 2020

I wanted something simple and elegant for this month's Rose Hill Grange stamp camp card.  Here is what I came up with:

The Ornate Garden suite of products is so gorgeous and when combined with a daisy - well it's just plain fun!  Due to restrictions from Stampin' Up! we were unable to sell card kits with images that are pre-stamped. I resorted to my old standby solution - create your own!  This sentiment is computer generated and then stamped with a really old daisy like stamp from Denami Design.  I used it on the inside computer generated sentiment as well:
I do not have the ink pads in the new in-colors, but used a So Saffron ink pad and I think it still looks just fine.  The card base is Bumblebee and the dsp is from the Ornate Garden pack.  The daisy has been punched out using Bumblebee and Very Vanilla.,  The Very Vanilla daisy was embossed using an old embossing folder in order to give it some texture.  The center of the daisy is a punched out circle of gold glimmer paper for a bit of added bling!  The daisy is assembled using glue dots and then popped up using dimensionals.  The die cut is Early Espresso and it is also popped up with dimensionals.

We have had a great response to our "virtual" solutions for our crafting buddies that create with us at camps. This is the first set of "card kits" that we are doing, but it looks like it will still be a while before we can get together in person so it's good to have a way to remain connected! I will be posting notices of future activities from Sassy Chic stamp camp, Stamp Camp North and Rose Hill Grange stamp camp and it you want to join in the fun, leave me a comment or use the form on the sidebar and I will get back to you.

I do not know what is going on with my post titles.  There is some code in there that isn't working and I have not been able to figure it out.  So sorry about the "Sorry." in the title bar.  I am working on it and any hints would be appreciated!

Thanks for visiting and I hope you are all staying healthy and safe!  

If you have any questions about the techniques or materials used in the work displayed on this blog, feel free to use the email link on the left and I will gladly answer your questions.


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