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On the Horizon

February 24, 2022

This week in my Facebook Live, I shared some cards made using the On The Horizon Bundle stamp set. This stamp set is made to co-ordinate with the On The Horizon 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper which unfortunately has been delayed in arriving in Australia. So today I am showing another way to create a background for this stamp set and co-ordinating dies. For this card, I used a post-it-notes to mask sections of a Basic White card front and using Blending Brushes added Pear Pizzazz, Bermuda Bay and Coastal Cabana ink.

I stamped the grass image from the On The Horizon stamp set randomly over the Pear Pizzazz inked section of the Basic White card before using the largest Stitched Rectangle Die to trim the Basic White card. I used the grass die from the Horizon Dies to cut Pear Pizzazz card and attached the die cut to the top edge of the Pear Pizzazz section. I stamped Crumb Cake card using the “wood” image from the On The Horizon stamp set using Soft Suede ink.

I die cut the stamped Crumb Cake card using the fence dies from the Horizon Dies. I attached the fence pieces over the Pear Pizzazz and Bermuda Bay sections of the card. I die cut Crumb Cake card using the solid mountain image from the Horizon Dies and Soft Suede card using the detailed mountain image. I attached the mountain die cuts together and attached them so that they sit on the top edge of the Bermuda Bay inked section, trimming off any excess. I stamped the bird image from the On The Horizon stamp set onto the Coastal Cabana inked section using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. Lastly I stamped the greeting from the On The Horizon stamp set using Soft Suede ink. The whole panel is attached to scored and folded Thick Basic White card. To decorate the inside of the card, I masked Basic White card so that I could add Pear Pizzazz ink to a narrow section using a Blending Brush. I die cut Pear Pizzazz card using the tree die from the Horizon Dies and attached it just above the blended ink.

I am sure there are more images I have in my stash I could use with this stamp set and co-ordinating dies.

Bye for now,

Kris

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