Monday, 13 November 2017

Painted Harvest #wwys142

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Welcome to another week of What Will You Stamp? To participate in this week's challenge and to see all th great projects from the Design team using this set be sure to visit the What Will You Stamp? Challenge Blog. This week we were challenged to use the Painted Harvest Stamp set.


This set has got to be the Number #1 best selling set of the Holiday Catalogue. I have seen some amazing creations with it, from a Gorgeous Sunflowers to little Hedgehogs! I have used 2 coordinating leaf images as the focal piece. I repeat stamped these images in So Saffron, Crushed Curry, Rich Razzleberry & Elegant Eggplant. 
Here's a closer look.  I gave the sentiment a little framed edge with the Everyday Label Punch. To finish  this card off I added some punch outs of the leaf punch & some pretty yellow glimmer dots.

Go on, try making this card!
  • Cardbase in Elegant Eggplant cardstock
  • A4 cut in half @ 14.9cm [5-7/8"]
  • Scored @ 10.5cm [4-1/8"]
  • Front:
  • Crushed Curry Frame 8.5 x 11cm [3-3/8" x 4-3/8"]
  • Whisper White Panel 8 x 10.5cm  [3-1/8" x 4-1/8"]
If you like the colour combination, please share it on your favourite Pinterest board!

Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed seeing my project please take a few moments to leave me a comment I'd love to hear what you think.
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3 comments:

  1. Absolutely gorgeous colour scheme Carolina. Love it!

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  2. Another SMASHING color combo, Carolina!

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  3. Great color combo - so fun to see these leaves layered like that.

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