Wednesday 1 June 2016

Thank You for Painters Palette

All the waiting is finally over!  All the products in the fantastic new catalogue (best one yet, I think!) are now available for purchase!

The Painters Palette stamp set and the new Layering Squares framelits are just made for each other!

For this card, I stamped the easel from the Painters Palette set with Tip Top Taupe Ink onto Whisper White cardstock.  I then added some shadows with a Soft Suede Stampin Write Marker.

Masking the square of the frame with some scrap paper, I then stamped the "canvas" area to look like a painting.  I used the two step floral spray from the Number of Years stamp set with Mint Macaron, Flirty Flamingo and Watermelon Wonder inks.  I then used matching Stampin' Write Markers to add some shading to the leaves and flowers.

Stampin Up Australia, #thecraftythinker, Painters Palette, Stephanie Fischer Independent Stampin Up Distributor
Love the new Layering Squares framelits!
I used the Layering Squares framelits to create a Flirty Flamingo mat that covers the entire frame area and a narrower Soft Suede frame to sit on top.    I glued these onto the panel.

Using an aqua painter and a touch of Crumb Cake ink, I painted a little bit of shadow under the easel to "ground" it.

I cut a piece of Soft Suede cardstock ... wide and trimmed each end (one end at a time) with one of the Lots of Labels framelits using this technique.  I then cut a piece of Crumb Cake card stock to ...wide and trimmed to a smaller size in the same way.  The greeting is from Gift of Love and is stamped with Basic Black ink.

The rest of the card is just layering.

'Til next time

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  1. Hello! Want to thank you for sharing this great card and to tell you that my class CASEd it yesterday - they loved it!! It's going on my blog tonight,

    1. Thank you, Margaret! I really appreciate your comment and the compliment of CASE-ing my card! I'm so glad that you gave me the details so I could admire your handiwork - great job!