Stampin Up “For All Things” Happy Stampers Blog Hop

Hi Stampers, Welcome to our Happy Stampers Blog Hop.  I hope you enjoy the cards we have made for you today.  Todays hop was a color challenge.  We used more fall colors, the beautiful deep Cajun Craze, buttery Crushed Curry and fluffy Pumpkin Pie.  My card  was a another fall card using the “For All Things” stamp set.

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Here is the color challenge:

 

The “For All Things” stamp set came out last year.  Sometimes we forget about the lovely sets that are sitting in our craft room.  I decided to make a card using an old favorite.  Do you have a stamp set that has not been inked in awhile?  Try making a card using a set that is lonely, show it some love and get it inky.    Here is my take on the color challenge using the great stamp set “For All Things”

Stampin Up “For All Things”

Stampin Up For All Things card by Kristi @ www.stampingwithkristi.com

Here is the card recipe:

Card Base: Very Vanilla 4-1/4 by 11 scored at 5-1/5

Mat: Soft Suede 4 x 5-1/4

Art Piece: Very Vanilla 5-1/8 by 3-7/8

Banner: Very Vanilla 1x 3-7/8

Banner Mat: soft suede 1-1/4 by 3-7/8

The Background: inked with soft suede with the “Gorgeous Grunge” stamp set and “For All Things” Cajun Craze leaf stamp. I then ran it through the big shot using the wood grain embossing folder.

More Details:

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The 3-D leaves were fussy cut using the “For All Things” stamp.  I used the rock and roll technique for this.  I stamped my image in the crushed curry and then rolled the edges of my leaf in the pumpkin pie.  To soften the edges abit I then used my sponge dauber to blend the colors.  The dark leaves are soft suede, also fussy cut too.  Linen thread, candy dots and pearls gave the card the added dimension that I was looking for.

The banner was stamped again with a stamp from the “For All Things” using the ink to rubber technique. I used the Stampin marker and colored the words with cajun craze and crushed curry.

The finishing touch was the pumpkin pie cotton ribbon that I  wrapped around the banner.   The linen thread in the background added more texture too.

Another option:

When I was making this card I wanted to use the baby wipe technique and some reinkers.  The card below is the finished product from that  process.  Even though I like this card, it did not have the look I was going for.  After about 4 more attempts and coloring different leaves and using other techniques, I came up with this card.  I wanted to show you the first draft (the card below) as an option for the card.

Stampin Up For All Things card by Kristi @ www.stampingwithkristi.com

 

Our Team:

Please do visit each team member today.  We would love to hear from you so please leave us comments.  Click onto each name to direct you to each of our posts or use the Next Blog Hop button.  This will link you to all of the cards we are sharing today.

Sandi MacIver

Amy Koenders

Shelagh Freemantle

Mary Deatherage

Jari Francis

Kristi Gray

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Can I help you?

Do you need supplies to make this card? I would be happy to help you and be your demonstrator.  Just click onto my online store to place your order or contact me and I would be happy to help you.  Thank you and Happy Stamping, Kristi

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6 comments

  1. Jari says:

    Kristi, I love the coloring on the leaves. Wow, that is really pretty! I tend to forget about that set, too. You did a beautiful job!

  2. Mary says:

    Beautiful, Kristi – this is truly a favorite stamp set – and you’ve done it great justice! Love the Woodgrain background. Well, pretty much love it all!! 🙂

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