Updated: Sep 9, 2019
Hello Digi Stamp Divas!
I have a brand NEW digital stamp set to share with you today. I am
new to the social media community so I ask that you be patient with me and my Blogs.
I'm still learning!
The kids are back to school. Fall will be upon us before we know it. So, here is one of my
NEW fall designs I hope will inspire you!
For today's card I used the following materials:
PUMPKIN THYME 3188J - Jan's Digi Stamp Set
Hammermill 100 lb. white Coverstock
Spellbinder's A2 Devine Eleoquence Die Set
WeR Nesting Party Banner Dies
2 1/2" Tear-ific Tape
3M Foam Tape
SnS- Flaming Orange Glitter
Ranger Vintage Photo Distress Ink
Dew Drops Brilliance Cosmic Copper Ink
ZUiXUA Glitter Pens
COPIC: Y11, Y21, Y15, Y17, YR12, YR15, YR16, YR18, W1, W3, C1, T1, E07, E31, E35,
E41, E43, YG01, B000, B00
Suggested Card Size 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"
Printing: Size the Wheelbarrow Image to 3"x4" and position the tub image to 2 3/8" x 1 7/8".
Copy and paste a 2nd tub image and set to the side. Select the sentiment(s) you wish to use from the 7 included in bundle. See photo...
Print on Hammermill 100 lb. White Card Stock.
I used Copic Alcohol markers to color. If you printed the colored images, you may want to touch-up the colors...
You may wish to color the ground and sky on the wheelbarrow/Pumpkin image. I used
B000 and B00 to fade out from image to make the sky... For the ground I used multiple fall colored dots (as shown).
Cut images and sentiments apart. Fussy cut the second tub image and run a black marker around the cut edge from the backside.
Position the Spellbinders A2 Divine Eleoquence Large Die on the Wheelbarrow/Tub combo image and run through Big Shot. Position the WeR Nesting Party Banner Die on the sentiment and run through Big Shot.
Cut a 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" rectangle from Hammermill White Cover Stock. Score at 4 1/4" and fold on score line. This makes your cardbase. Apply 2 strips of 2 1/2" Tear-ific Tape to the front of this card base. Butt them against each other... Do Not Overlap. Trim off the excess overhanging the card base. The tape should cover the entire front of cardbase.
Place the card base on a coffee filter. Center the Wheelbarrow/Tub image cutout on the cardbase with the fold on the left. Hold firmly in place and carefully peel one piece of Tear-ific tape and press Front of card in place. Then repeat with other strip. DO NOT TOUCH the tape with your fingers; use the protective strips from the tape.
Dump SnS- Flaming Orange Glitter on to the front of card and rub in well with your handy finger tool. Empty the excess off into the coffee filter and brush with your glitter brush. Using the coffee filter transfer the excess glitter back into the container.
Turn the 2nd Tub image over and apply 3M Foam Tape to the back. Adhere to the front of the card; lining up the first and
second images. One on top of other.
Edge the Sentiment Party Banner with Ranger Vintage Photo Distress Ink, then apply a second color the Vintage Photo with the Dew Drop Brilliance Cosmic Copper Ink. Turn the sentiment banner over and apply 3M foam Tape on the back. Apply the Banner in the upper right corner of the front of the card as shown.
Wrap a couple of strands of Raffia around the fold of the card and knot as shown.
Voila`! It's PUMPKIN THYME!
I hope you enjoyed making this card as I have had bringing it to you! If you would like a printed tutorial for this card you can get it on the TUTORIAL portion of my website: https://www.JanMahew.com
Below is information on this beautiful Digi Stamp Bundle....THANK YOU for stopping by and visiting!
PUMPKIN THYME! And- it's time to start thinking Fall/Autumn/Thanksgiving Cards/Scrapbook Pages/Projects! It's my NEW offering for September (just got it done a little early). I have also created PDF and Video Tutorials for making this Beautiful Card using this set.
This Stamp Set Contains:
2 Hand Drawn Hand Colored Images in JPG and PNG formats
2 Black and
Images JPG and PNG formats
My First Challenge Entry (for a long time)! I entered this card at Crafting With an Attitude Blog Challenge #54. Those folks have some beautiful creations on their Website- Check it Out!