Sep 19, 2017

Stampin'Up! Painted Harvest Delight

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Have you seen this stamp set? 
It is the Painted Harvest which coordinates with the leaf punch.
The beautiful flower looks like a small wreath when using the right colors, and no center. Add a bow and voalá! 
I used Lemon Lime Twist and Emerald Green for it. 

As usual all my card bases are cut to 5 1/2" x 4 1/4", then scored and folded in half.

I am amazed by the amount of different cards you can create with this set. 
Below I decided to use Sweet Sugarplum together with Berry Burst 
to create the flower. I loved cutting the flower by hand; the leaves I stamped then punched. The center was stamped with Sahara Sand, same as the card base. My leaves are Dapper leaves, ha!
Back in August my friend and Demonstrator Donna Wicks shared this card with me. She posted all instructions here and more samples with this cute fold.
Absolutely love how this flower shines in any color.

September has been fashioned by Wreaths! 
Have you created your own. Take a peek into some of my ideas in the slideshow below. I think you will get the stamps out after this.
BUT if you need a boost, listen some minutes to my last Facebook Live:
3 Best Ways to Defeat the Creativity Thief here.

I am welcoming Fall with Wreaths 
and the Painted Harvest Bundle helped indeed.
See this wreath on my previous post here.

When I find an idea I truly like I got to share.
As a Stampin'Up! demonstrator I don't want you to invest in whatever
product, but in something that will last many seasons and will give you many ways to use it. THIS is one of them.

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I am so thankful you stopped by today.
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Creative Blessings,

Jessica Cruz de Urrutia
Stampin’Up! Independent Demonstrator since 2010
Lewisburg, PA (hablo Español)
Moving to Newark, Delaware area soon 10/2017

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