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New Horizon

March 31, 2022

This week on my Facebook Live, I shared some cards I created using the New Horizon Designer Series Paper. This paper was not available when I first purchased the On The Horizon stamp set and the co-ordinating Horizon Dies. I was excited to share just how amazing this Designer Series Paper really is and how it is perfect to stamp on to create your own scenery. For today’s card I decided to create a Bay Window card. I cut and scored Evening Evergreen card to create the card base. I cut one piece of the New Horizon Designer Series Paper across the width at 10.2cm. I stamped the tree image from the On The Horizon stamp set onto the paper using Evening Evergreen ink.

I also stamped the grass image from the On The Horizon stamp set also using Evening Evergreen ink. I cut the paper into the panels to go across the card front and attached them. I stamped the woodgrain image from the On The Horizon stamp set onto Rich Razzleberry card using Rich Razzleberry ink and cut out it using one of the fence dies from the Horizon Dies. I trimmed the left hand edge of the fence die and attached it to the central panel of the bay on the card front. I stamped the greeting from the On The Horizon stamp set onto Basic White card using Blackberry Bliss ink and cut it out using the Double Oval Punch.

The greeting is attached to the central panel of the bay on the card front. I attached a piece of Basic White card to the inside of the card before I glued the first panel on the card front. I cut a piece of the same pattern New Horizon Designer Series Paper to create the latch on the inside of the card. The Designer Series Paper is attached using mini dimensionals underneath the right hand edge only, so that the small narrow panel on the card front sits underneath. I also stamped the grass image from the On The Horizon stamp set onto the Basic White panel using Rich Razzleberry ink. This pattern from the New Horizon Designer Series Paper works perfectly to create a gorgeous scene across the front of the card.

I hope you have all been able to have a “play” with this lovely paper and if not perhaps you have been inspired to take a closer look.

Bye for now,

Kris

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