Welcome to the Tutorial Bundle Blog Hop and this month I am featuring the super gorgeous Country Home Stamp Set.
To create this card I have simply stamped the flowers all in one colour to create a quick and easy coordinating background, taking the colours from the Designer Series Papers (DSP). I have then added a panel of the DSP with a layer of circle framelits in Early Espresso and Whisper White.
Before adding the White circle to the card I have stamped the jug on the white to position where I would like this, plus this also means you don’t have to cut out the handle of the jug when fussy cutting this from the foil card. Stamp the jug in Staz-On onto gold foil, cut this out (minus the handle) and layer up with dimensionals.
The next step is to stamp the flowers twice onto watercolour cardstock and colour with the aqua painter. Cut out 1 complete image and use the second to cut out which ever parts of the flowers you would like to raise up on dimensionals for extra depth.
To complete the card, stamp out the ‘Happy Birthday’ from the Perennial Birthday Stamp Set (in Crushed Curry), cut out and layer up on foam strips.
So what is the Tutorial Bundle?
How can I get my hands on these monthly tutorials?
- Shop with me. – If you order £40 from my online store you will receive the following month’s bundle for FREE. Be sure to use the monthly host code when you shop with me* & I will send you a little thank you gift.
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Be sure to hop on around to see all the other gorgeous makes from the team – Enjoy!
If you live in the UK, I would love to be your demonstrator! You can click on the supply list below to order any of these items. Please be sure to use the current host code 76RD3NVX to receive a free gift from me in Oct. Happy Stamping!