Monday, August 15, 2016

THOUGHTFUL BRANCHES - Your Kindness Makes a Difference

I  had second thoughts about purchasing this stamp set only because of its limited availability. But I am so happy that I decided to get it. It has endless possibilities and is quite the fabulous set. So in between all the Holiday Catalog new stuff, I will be showcasing this stamp set all month (and I'll show you how you can even use it for Christmas cards, thanks to my creative friend). This set is a definite must-have for your stash.

I stamped the various leaves with Versamark on a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock and embossed with white embossing powder. I used a dauber to color the background and the embossed leaves with Mint Macaron, Old Olive, and Pear Pizzazz. I used the Lots of Labels framelit dies to cut out the sentiment and sponged the edges with Mint Macaron. I stamped the additional leaves, cut them out with the coordinating framelit dies, and added ribbons and linen thread to the mix. A complete supply list is at the end of this post. 

In case you missed the post of the Thoughtful Branches card below, you can see it HERE.

I hope you enjoyed this post today. I would love to hear from you!

The Thoughtful Branches stamp/die bundle is only available through August 31 or while supplies last. Order it now before it's gone! You can also earn my Customer Rewards with this bundle purchase (check out the "Customer Rewards" tab above). Then just click on my name below to get to my online store.

The August Hostess code is: DXFSQACR

Stay tuned for more Holiday Catalog Sneak Peeks!

Happy Stamping,

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  1. Absolutely GORGEOUS card Sandy!

  2. Your card is gorgeous. Love what you did with this very versatile bundle.

  3. Sandy I just ran across this delightful card post on Pinterest and was happy about the Thoughtful Branches reminder. I was hesitant about buying that set too, but agree there are endless possibilities. I'd like to CASe your card as I totally love how you stamped and embossed the leaves and then used cut leaves as your focal point. Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.