Sunday, March 1, 2015

The Stamp Review Crew: Sheltering Tree

Hello everyone! The Stamp Review Crew is here with another fabulous blog tour! This month we are featuring the Sheltering Tree stamp set! I am your stop after the very talented Dawn Tidd

I haven't stamped in a while and I forget how easy it is to use this wonderful stamp set! I love how easy it is to create beautiful cards with this set! I used the sketch at Freshly Made to help me create this. Super easy!!

  • The card base is Pistachio Pudding
  • On a piece of Whisper White card stock stamp the tree trunk from the Sheltering Tree stamp set using Baked Brown Sugar
  • The leaves were stamped with Pistachio Pudding and Garden Green inks
  • Stamp the grassy area with Pistachio Pudding and the grass blades using Garden Green inks and add the little flowers using Crisp Cantaloupe ink
  • I stamped a few "wisps" of sky using the grassy stamp using Soft Sky ink and stamping off once
  • Stamp the swing using Early Espresso ink
  • Adhere stamped panel to a piece of Baked Brown Sugar
  • Tie a piece of Crisp Cantaloupe thick baker's twine around panel and then adhere to card base using dimensionals
I didn't put a sentiment on this one yet. I am waiting to see who the receiver might be, first. Anyway, there you have it!

Now it's time to send you on to see what the fabulous Ann Schach has created! I hope you are inspired our creations! Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!




Card Recipe: Stamps- Sheltering Tree; Paper- Pistachio Pudding, Baked Brown Sugar, Whisper White; Ink- Baked Brown Sugar, Garden Green Pistachio Pudding, Crisp Cantaloupe, Soft Sky, Early Espresso; Accessories- Crisp Cantaloupe thick baker's twine, dimensionals

16 comments:

  1. That looks like a swing I'd love to swing on! The Pistachio Pudding background is gorgeous and the flowers look so pretty.

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  2. You have created such a beautiful scene! Love the Crisp Cantaloupe with the greens! Pretty card!

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  3. This is so light and fresh! I can almost smell the flowers:)

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  4. I love how peaceful your card is. You can almost sense the wind that is pushing the swing!

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  5. Gorgeous card, Debra! I love the flowers along the bottom. Great details!

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  6. I love this sweet spring scene! Pinks and greens together are one of my fav combos :)

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  7. So simple and yet so lovely. Great idea to use the swish for sky - I need to try that.

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  8. Love how you added the wisps of sky. Your card is a wonderful "spring is coming" kind of card!

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  9. You have created such a peaceful scene. Love your choice of greens and the bright twine to coordinate with the flowers.

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  10. Beautiful spring card, Deb. I love the crisp clean look! Pink and green go great together!

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  11. What a great scene you've created. The tree is so vibrant! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!

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  12. Beautiful card Deb! Love the layering of the two greens in the tree and all the flowers along the bottom are so pretty! Looks like a beautiful spring day!

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  13. This is just beautiful Deb! I love your choice of stamps and the sweet colours you've used. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

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  14. So pretty, Deb! The Crisp Cantaloupe twine really sets this card off perfectly!

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  15. Very pretty I love the colors on this just gorgeous.

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