Have a Peachy day

Hello from a cold and wet Perth! The best way to keep my hands warm is with stamping! And hubby has a Beef Bourguignon going in the slow cooker that will definitely go down well with a glass of Shiraz later! Perfect for an almost Winter’s day.

My colour inspiration for today comes from the Global Design Project colour challenge for this week… challenge #293. I loved this colour combo so much that I created two cards!

So soft and beautiful!

I started with a Pale Papaya card base. I love using a tone-on-tone finish to add interest to a cardbase, this time I dry embossed a Pale Papaya cardstock layer with one of the Greenery embossing folders. This layer measures 8.5cm x 14cm. Next I stamped and die cut the blossoms and leaves from the Sweet as a Peach Bundle. For the blossoms I used Pale Papaya and for the leaves I used Soft Succulent and Evening Evergreen (I stamped 2 of these). The sentiment (from the same bundle) was stamped in Evening Evergreen and die cut with the 6cm circle from the Layering Circles Dies.

Top tip! I saw a great tip for stamping with a *Distinktive stamp, shared by Patty Bennett on her YouTube channel. Use a Sponge Dauber or Blending Brush to add ink to the stamp instead of adding the stamp to the Classic Stampin’ Pad.

*”Distinktive stamps create different opacities in a single stamped image.” – page 4, Annual Catalogue

(Click on the images for a detailed supply/cart list and description)

The Pale Papaya card base is a beautiful backdrop for the blossoms and leaves!
I love the simplicity from the Greenery embossing folder – this is one folder of a set of 2! Look at those little jewels shine! The new In-color 2021-2023 Jewels are just one of many beautiful embellishments you can find on pages 141 – 143 of the new Annual Catalogue

I love the simplicity of this card and I will definitely keep this design in my ‘back pocket’ for when I have to make more than one or create a quick card to send.

Thank you for sticking with me to the end! For current catalogues and promotions you can go here and if you have any questions let me know here. And just in case you were running low on adhesives, click on the image below for a supply list/cart of my favourite Stampin’ Up! Adhesives!

Take care!


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