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Wonderful Mountains

November 6, 2020

Today’s card was inspired by one I had saved on Pinterest which uses retired Stampin’ Up! stamps but inspired me to take out my Mountain Air stamp set. I loved the neutral colours used on the card on Pinterst so my first card uses neutral colours.

I stamped the greeting from the Rooted in Nature stamp set onto the lower right hand corner of Whisper White card using Basic Gray ink. I embossed the stamped Whisper White panel using the Pinewood Planks Embossing Folder. I attached the embossed Whisper White card to scored and folded Basic Gray card.

I stamped the solid mountain image from the Mountain Air stamp set onto a 5cm wide strip of Whisper White card using Smoky Slate ink. I stamped the detailed mountain image over the top of the solid mountain image using Gray Granite ink. I added the trees from the Mountain Air stamp set using Basic Gray ink. I attached the stamped panel to Basic Gray card and then the embossed Whisper White card.

To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the tree image from the Mountain Air stamp set across the bottom of Whisper White card using Basic Gray ink. I loved this card so much that I just had to create another one this time with a little more colour. This card uses Soft Sea Foam ink for the solid mountain image with the detailed image stamped in Just Jade ink.

I stamped the tree image from the Mountain Air stamp set and the greeting from the Rooted in Nature stamp set using Shaded Spruce ink. I used Shaded Spruce card to create the card base and layers. I was kind of on a roll, so I just had to do one more! This time, I stamped the solid mountain image from the Mountain Air stamp set using Rococo Rose ink. I stamped the detailed mountain image using Rich Razzleberry ink and the tree image using Blackberry Bliss ink. The base card is Blackberry Bliss and the greeting from the Rooted in Nature stamp set is stamped using Blackberrys Bliss ink.

I think these cards are amazing, so thanks to Amylovesnormajean who posted the original card. I really would love to know what you think of my take on this card.

Bye for now,

Kris

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