Stampin’ Up! Wood Words & Painted Autumn DSP Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop

Hi Stampers, well my title for this blog is a mouth full, LOL.  I let the Painted Autumn Designer Series Paper do most of the work on my card today. I added one stamp from Wood Words to get at least a little stamping in for my card.  Today was a color challenge using Black, Cajun Craze and Pumpkin Pie.  With those colors I had to do a fall card and the paper worked beautifully with the color challenge.

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Here is the color challenge:

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Here is the sketch:

Here is the sketch that inspired my design today

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Stampin’ Up! Wood Words:

Stampin' Up! Wood Words card by Kristi @ www.stampingwithkristi.com

Here is the recipe:

Card base: Cajun Craze 4-1/4 x 11, scored at 5-1/2

Mat: Black 4 x 5-1/4

DSP mat:  Painted Harvest 3-7/8 x 5-1/8

DSP artpiece: 3-5/8 x 2-1/2

  • adhere your Painted Harvest DSP to the Black mat
  • adhere the DSP art piece to the front of the DSP mats
  • wrap a piece of Copper Trim around the card where the small DSP panel meets with the large DSP mat
  • adhere all of the above to the front of the card base

The Details:

Stampin' Up! Wood Words card by Kristi @ www.stampingwithkristi.com

  • take one of the silver or gold snowflakes and turn it over to the beige side
  • burnish the edges with your versa mark ink pad and then sprinkle with your copper emboss powder and heat set with your heat tool
  • die cut a 1-5/8 circle of Cajun Craze with the circle framlits
  • die cut a 1-1/2   circle of  Pumpkin Pie with the scallop framlits
  • stamp your sentiment from Wood Words in Black ink and die cut with the 1-3/8 Stitched Framlits
  • adhere your Snowflake to the front left of the card
  • adhere the Cajun Craze circle
  • attach the sentiment to the pumpkin pie scallop circle and then attach with  a dimensional to the center of the snowflake on top of the Cajun Craze circle
  • make a bow from the copper ribbon and attach to the left of the sentiment

Here is another version:

Stampin' Up! Wood Words card by Kristi @ www.stampingwithkristi.com

When I have an idea for a card, I never know what I am going to end up with.  Here is another version of the same design using more stamps from Wood Words and the Wood Plank Embossing folder instead of the Designer Series Paper that I used in the first card.  Which one do you like best?  I made a third card too.  It did not match the colors for this challenge so I will be posting that card on another day.  Don’t you just love it when yo get so many different looks from the same design and stamp set!

Here is our team:

Alright, on with the hop!  Click the button below to hop over to see what the rest of the team created for you today:

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And just in case you get lost along the way, here is a list of the team members involved in the hop today:

Amy Koenders:

Shelagh Freemantle:

Mary Deatherage:

Jari Francis:

Kristi Gray:

Jaimie Babarczy:

Can I help you?

Do you need product to make this card and need a demonstrator? I would be happy to answer any questions or assist you.  You can either click the “shop with me button” which directs you to my online store or click the “contact me” button for further help.  Happy Stamping, Kristi

Here are the products I used to make this card:

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9 comments

  1. Gale S. says:

    I really like the one with all of the dsp. The other one is not as vibrant as the first one. Thanks for sharing directions.

  2. Susan K says:

    Both are cute cards. I wonder what it’d look like with the copper embossing on the 2nd card with the wood plank EF. I like the wet embossing on the first one and the dry emb on the 2nd! I love that you show us two cards from same design. TFS.

  3. Kay McBride says:

    Kristi
    Both cards are awesome. I personally like the second one, something about that piece of DSP and only that one just isn’t appealing to me,however you have done a wonderful job with it. TFS
    Hugs
    Kay

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