Stamp Review Crew Hop: Grassy Grove
The Stamp Review Crew is having another amazing blog hop! We are a group of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators from around the globe who will bring you lots of ideas featuring one stamp set each hop twice a month! The 1st and 3rd Monday of each month, you can hop along from one blog to the next gathering all kinds of inspiration for one Stampin' Up! stamp set.
If you are following the hop in order you just arrived from Jay's BLOG where he showed you all something fabulous and inspiring! The crew is featuring the Grassy Grove Cling Stamp Set item #157836 from the January - June 2022 Mini Stampin' Up! Catalog on page 47.
* 9 cling stamps
* Suggested clear blocks (sold separately): b, c, h, i
- Cut a piece of Misty Moonlight card stock 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 with the Stampin’ Up! Paper Trimmer score with the Simply Scored Scoring Tool at 5 1/2, fold on scored line and press down with the Bone Folder creating a card base.
- Cut a piece of Evening Evergreen card stock 4 x 5 1/4.
- Cut a piece of New Horizon's Designer Series Paper 3 3/4 x 5. Ink the stamp from Grassy Grove Stamp Set in Blackberry Bliss and stamp onto the top right corner, repeat until you have the desired look. Adhere to the Evening Evergreen card stock.
- On some Basic White card stock ink the grass stamp from Grassy Grove Stamp Set in Old Olive. Ink the trees in Evening Evergreen. Ink the Deer in Cinnamon Cider. Stamp all of these onto Basic White card stock. The die cut them out using the Grove Dies and Mini Stampin' Cut Emboss Machine. Adhere all the die cut pieces to the layers. Wrap some Linen Thread around the layers. Adhere the layers to the Misty Moonlight card base.
- For a finishing touch add some Pebbles Enamel Shapes.
Today's project was a simple and easy card to create. It also would work great for any gentleman in your life too.
If you are starting here you'll want to head on over now to Kristie' s BLOG were she has something fabulous to share with you! You are gonna love it!!
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