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Casing Nature

October 15, 2019

I saw a couple of cards on Pinterest created by Fiona Whitten, a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator from the UK.  She created two beautiful cards with stamping and cardstock alone.   Since I struggle with #simple stamping I had to add some embossing also.  For the first card, I embossed Crumb Cake card using the Woodland Embossing Folder and attached it to scored and folded Early Espresso card. I stamped the fox image from the Natures Beauty stamp set onto Whisper White card using Early Espresso ink.  I stamped the grass image from the same stamp set on either side of the fox also using Early Espresso ink.  I attached the stamped Whisper White card to Early Espresso card and then the card front.

The second card also has Crumb Cake card embossed using the Woodland Embossing Folder attached to scored and folded Early Espresso card. This time I stamped the deer image from the Natures Beauty stamp set onto Whisper White card using Early Espesso ink. I stamped the double tree image from the same stamp set on either side of the deer using Early Espresso ink.  I also added the grass image on either side of the deer using the same ink.  The panel is attached to Early Espresso card and then the card front.

To decorate the inside of the card, I embossed a narrow strip of Crumb Cake card using the Woodland Embossing Folder.  I attached a narrow strip of Early Espresso card behind one long edge before attaching to Whisper White card.  Fiona didn’t add any greetings to her cards and neither did I because  I think you could use these cards for lots of different reasons, don’t you?

 

I love how beautiful these cards look.  Thank you so much Fiona for the inspiration.

Bye for now,

Kris

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