Project 1 of 5 with Sheltering Tree Stamp Set
Hello, I thought it could be a good idea to make something different with Sheltering Tree set of 14 clear stamps and I have made a very basic boy’s birthday card that could be easily turned into a girl’s birthday card or a card for any occasion using other colours, designer paper and stamping different sentiments.
This is one of 4 projects I’ll be posting this week using this set. I hope you like it and don’t forget to leave your comments or question. Thanks Bibi x
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To make this card I checked which materials I have available in Real Red and Night of Navy colours
as I thought it could be a good idea to use them to give that boyish – Navy touch to the card.
I got smooth whisper white and Night of Navy cardstock. Real Red and Night of Navy ink pads and
I found that in my last order I got from the Clearance Rack some Christmassy designer paper and washi tape and they suited perfectly to my purposes. Why not use them?
A piece of designer series paper Nordic Noel was everything I needed for the background and a little bit of my washi tape Santa C0, to embellish.
I also used The Note Tag Punch to cut out the tag on the front panel and some stamps from Age Awareness stamp set which is a Birthday themed set. I add red – white Baker’s twine and that was all.
This card measures 6″x6″inches -15x15cm
The background ( red striped designer series paper) measures 4 1/2 x6″ – 12 x 15cm
The whisper white panel stamped with “Happy Birthday” measures 4×4 1/2″ – 10×11.5 cm
Night of Navy panel measures 3 3/4 x3 1/2″- 9.5x 9cm
tag measures 1 1/2 x2″ – 4x5cm
I found that all the stamps on the Sheltering Tree Stamp Set are easy to mix with other sets to create any occasion paper craft projects. As always a very versatile set to easily work with! I love it.
Stampin’ Up! will launch its new catalogue in less than 2 months. We don’t know if it will stay as part of the new catalog ( I really hope so) but if not and if you haven’t got this Stamp Set hurry up before is too late.
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