Happy weekend everyone! We actually got a bunch of SNOW here today - it's been a rainy, snowy drizzly grey day. BUT - this new STAMPtember® exclusive set from Art Impressions made me think and feel fall - not snow!!
You can check out the Pumpkin Spice set HERE <-----click!
Also there's a category on Simon Says Stamp for ALL the STAMPtember® exclusives HERE <-----click! Like previous STAMPtember® collaboration sets - these are exclusive to Simon Says Stamp and while supplies last. Once they're sold out and/or STAMPtember® is over they're gone!
Here's the card I made using this Limited Edition set!
Doesn't Art Impressions make THE best people images? I just love them.
I die cut some Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 80lb card stock with the largest Honey Bee Stamps Scallop A2 wafer dies (I am OBSESSED with that die set - I reach for it all the time lately). I then stamped these ladies with Simon's Intense Black ink.
I did a ton of Copic colouring on this - all the colors I listed as I used them in the video.
I used MFT's English Brick Wall stencil to create the background with Pumice Stone Distress ink (and realized while doing this that there isn't Pumice Stone Distress OXIDE ink yet - I can't wait for the last release of colors in the Oxides!!! Those will be coming out soon!!). I die cut some brown card stock with Lawn Fawn's Thanks Line Border wafer die, and I used Lawn Fawn's Knit Picky Fall patterned paper on the card base.
On the inside of the card I used the same paper plus one more of the Knit Picky fall papers, and die cut the same brown paper with Lawn Fawn's Gift Card Pop-Up wafer die. On the red paper I stamped the sentiment from the Pumpkin Spice set. So now when you open the card the gift card pops up - fun!
To see how this card came together check out my video below:
Or watch in HD over on YouTube HERE <------click!
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