Winter Woods for the Holidays

In my last post I talked about being on vacation for two weeks.  When I return from an extended abscence like that, sometimes it’s hard to get back in the swing of crafting.  I want to craft but I’ve go no good ideas in my head.  It is those times that I pull out the catalog and start CASEing the samples.  Today’s card is one of those.

The sample I CASEd is actually from the front cover of the Holiday catalog.  I think it is displayed as a gift box, I just turned it into a card.  One thing I really appreciate about Stampin’ UP! and their samples is how the show how various layers can work so well together.  I know I would not have come up with the layers and placement on this card they way they did.  I so envy that ability.

I love the new Tin Type Dynamic Embossing Folder. I have backsplash in my kitchen that is just like this.   I spritzed a piece of Crumb Cake with water then ran it through the Big Shot to get a really deep impressing.  After letting it dry, I used sponge dauber and Crumb Cake ink to darken the edges.

A quick pic of the supplies I used but I left out the Tin Type Dynamic embossing folder.  A full list is below with links to my on line store.  I think this is the third or fourth card I’ve made with Winter Woods. Definitely my favorite stamp and die set this season.



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Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.

One Comment

  1. That card is awesome!!! Will you share the dimensions of the layers you used? Our womens card ministry would like to make some of these.

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