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Painted Harvest Gift Set

September 8, 2017

You have already seen a couple of cards I have made using the Painted Harvest stamp set.  I think this stamp set is going to be an all time favourite from the Holiday Catalogue.  Since I love it so much I wanted to play around with some of the colour combinations I have seen used by other Demonstrators and shared on Pinterest.  All of the cards are created with the same layout but use different colours.  This first card using Powder Pink and Berry Burst ink for the flower, Early Espresso ink for the flower centre and Lemon Lime Twist ink for the leaves.  I only used the solid leaf image and stamped several times without re-inking.  The Powder Pink rectangle is attached to Whisper White card and then embossed using the Petal Burst Embossing Folder.  The card base is Berry Burst and so is the layer that the stamped panel is attached to.  The image panel is attached using dimensionals.  The greeting for this card and all of the cards comes from the Teeny Tiny Sentiments stamp set and is cut out using the smallest of the ovals in the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies.  The scalloped oval is cut using the Layering Ovals Framelits Dies.  For this card the greeting is stamped in Berry Burst ink and attached to Berry Burst card.

To decorate the inside of the card I simply stamped the flower once more onto the lower left hand corner.  I also decorated the envelope in the same manner with the flower stamped onto the lower left hand corner of the envelope front.

The second card uses Pool Party and Marina Mist for the flower, Crumb Cake for the flower centre and Wild Wasabi for the leaves.  The card base is Marina Mist and the image panel and the greeting are also attached to Marina Mist card.  The embossed panel uses Pool party card and the greeting is stamped using Marina Mist ink.  The inside of the card and the envelope have the flower stamped in the matching colours.

The third card uses Crushed Curry and Tangerine Tango for the flower, Early Espresso for the flower centre and Garden Green ink for the leaves.  The embossed panel is Crushed Curry.  The card base is Tangerine Tango and the image panel and the greeting are also attached to Tangerine Tango card.  The greeting is stamped using Tangerine Tango ink.  Again the inside of the card and envelope use the same inks for the flowers.

The fourth card uses Berry Burst and Rich Razzleberry for the flowers, Crumb Cake for the flower centre and Tranquil Tide for the leaves.  The embossed panel is Berry Burst.  The card base is Rich Razzleberry and the image panel and greeting are also attached to Rich Razzleberry card.  The greeting is stamped using Rich Razzleberry ink.  The inside of the card and the envelope are stamped to match the card.

The last card uses Wisteria Wonder and Elegant Eggplant for the flowers, Crumb Cake for the flower centre and Wild Wasabi for the leaves.  The embossed panel is Wisteria Wonder.  The card base is Perfect Plum and the image panel is also attached to Perfect Plum card.  The greeting is stamped using Elegant Eggplant and attached to Elegant Eggplant card.  The flower to decorate the inside of the card and the envelope uses the same inks.

Once I had progressed this far, I thought the cards needed a presentation box and guess what on page 13 of the Holiday Catalogue you will find Acetate Card Boxes.  These Card Boxes are designed to hold five cards and envelopes.  Woohoo!  Perfect for these cards.  So I followed the same design and decorated the front of the Acetate Card Box.  I used Dapper Denim for the flowers, which for the first flower is stamped off once onto scrap paper.  The second flower uses full strength ink.  The leaves are stamped using Pear Pizzazz ink and the flower centre is Soft Suede.  The embossed panel is Pear Pizzazz and the mounting card is Dapper Denim.  The greeting from the Watercolour Wings stamp set is stamped using Dapper Denim ink.  The greeting and the image panel are attached to Dapper Denim card.

I am really happy with all of the cards and just love the fact that they fit in this great Acetate Card Box.  I can image these being great for gift giving at Christmas Time, can’t you?

(Sorry about the lighting for this last photo but it is quite a sunny morning here in Naranba and I couldn’t avoid it’s reflection on my table.)

Hope you are still enjoying your new catalogue and that I have inspired you to take a look at the Acetate Card Boxes with new eyes.

Bye for now,

Kris

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. mary permalink
    September 8, 2017 9:02 pm

    Hello Kris

    Thank you for sharing these beautiful cards. I love the blue range. I was thinking about what stamp set that I have that I could use

    Take care

    Regards

    Mary

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    • kreatinwithkris permalink*
      September 9, 2017 7:06 am

      Thanks Mary, I love the way the cards turned out. I am sure you will find something in your stash to use to recreate these cards.

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  2. September 9, 2017 8:07 am

    Gorgeous Kris. I am loving this suit more & more. Great idea to showcase the Boxes & decorate to suit the cards. TFS

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