Hello & happy Monday! Thanks for joining us for the Stamp Review Crew blog hop.
Myself and a group of my wonderful Stampin’ Up! friends from around the world share with you a project or two inspired by a stamp set from the pages of the Stampin’ Up! catalogue.
Today we’re highlighting the Painted Harvest stamp set.
I’m excited to share with you that this stamp set and coordinating Leaf Punch will carryover to the Occasions catalogue and continue to be available until at least the end of May 2018.
However, discount available at present when you buy these items in a bundle (stamp set & punch together = $58.50) will not continue into the new catalogue. So, if this stamp set is on your wishlist, you’ll want to purchase it before 2nd January 2018 to get the best deal!
For my project today, I’ve made a sweet little gift set with a calendar and note-writing paper.
This style of easel card are often made with post it notes in the pocket, but I wanted this one to be extra special so I stamped each of the notecard pages with the Painted Harvest stamps.
A stamp positioning tool makes job like this so much easier – I can’t wait til we all get our hands on the Stamparatus! See here for all the details. The next reservation window opens on the 6th Dec.
We’re going to see a rainbow of Painted Harvest flowers during this blog hop – because the only limitation on colour combinations is your imagination!
I’ve stamped mine in Blushing Bride, Powder Pink and Smoky Slate.
A cute gift like this deserves amazing packaging, so I’ve decorated a Clear Acetate Box. These are the perfect size for Australian sized cards – thanks SU! for considering the needs of the international market!
It’s great to be able to continue the theme of the gift through to the packaging with the same colours & design features.
I always love a stamp set and punch bundle and this one is no exception! The leaf punch is a great embellishment for so many projects.
Of course, I love leaves in vellum!
The ‘for you’ comes from one of the sentiments. I just masked out the other words that I didn’t need.
I love pretty gifts! Everyone should be able to own a little piece of handmade prettiness!
UPDATE – 2nd December 2017 – you asked for a tutorial/instructions. Click on the link to visit the measurements and a quick photo tutorial on how I put it together.
To see more gorgeous creations, please keep hopping!
Next up is the beautiful Heidi Baks…
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