Monday, 14 January 2008

A glimpse of summer

This is very similar to one of the cards we'll be making at the card-making evening on 8th February. It uses A Tree for All Seasons which is a handy set of four stamps, featuring... you guessed it, a tree for each season. This is summer! You can stamp it in black and colour it in however you choose, or do as I've done here and simply stamp it in green. And there's that Cutie Pie paper popping up again!

So if you want to come along and make cards like this, please click here to find out more.

Stamps: A Tree for All Seasons (p44), Sincere Salutations (p61).
Cardstock: Bashful Blue, Rose Red, Certainly Celery, Whisper White.
Paper: Cutie Pie (p73).
Ink: Always Artichoke.
Accessories: 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon - Always Artichoke (p86).

All supplies by Stampin' Up! Please email me to request a catalogue, or see right for a link to the online version.

7 comments:

  1. That is absolutely delightful! I'm so ready for some warm weather!

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  2. i love this set, and just don't use it often enough! very cute card. good luck with your class!

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  3. This is very pretty! I need to remember to tie a simple knot. It is a great accent in the ribbon!

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  4. Gorgeous colours.
    I woldn;t have put them together but I will now I have seen your card.

    Absolutely stunning.

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  5. I'm so longing for summer right now... great card.

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