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Today, I'm sharing two Blended Seasons cards that feature the gorgeous Stitched Seasons Framelits! Don't forget, when you purchase the bundle, I will send you a 20-Project Tutorial PDF, giving you even more ideas to try!
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The Blended Seasons stamp set, Stitched Seasons Framelits and brand NEW assortment of Watercolor Pencils are the perfect for every season of creating! Save 10% when you purchase the limited-time stamp set and framelits in a bundle! Hurry—these products are only available until August 31, while supplies last.
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"Last Thursdays" Class Date Change—Rescheduled to Wednesday, August 29, 2018, from 6:30pm to 8:30pm, due to a special family event happening on Thursday. Also, I'm having a Bring-a-Friend Half Price Special for this event! Register with a friend that is NEW to Too Cool Stamping and you'll both be able to attend for HALF PRICE! You'll pay only $8 per person or receive the class for FREE with an order placed that night! I'll be posting photos of the class projects soon, but don't wait! Sign up to reserve a spot for you and your friend today!
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Blended Seasons Inside Out Card
The beautiful label die shapes from the Stitched Seasons Framelits are perfect for creating an inside-out card. What's an inside-out card? Well, it's when the inside of the card looks more like the outside front of a card, and the outside of the card is merely a window to see the inside. Make sense?
Background Basics—The Early Espresso card base was die-cut on the front cover with the largest of the Stitched Seasons label. On the inside, the leaves from the Blended Seasons stamp set were inked in Early Espresso and randomly stamped around the edges.
Lovely Label Layers—The focal point of this inside-out card is a trio of label layers stacked up with Dimensionals, so they popped up through the cover window. The die-cut that was cut from the front was adhered first, then a Cherry Cobbler layer on top of that. Finally, the Blended Seasons sentiment was stamped in Early Espresso ink onto a Crumb Cake small label die-cut. The leaves were stamped on the bottom in Early Espresso, then colored with Cherry Cobbler and Crushed Curry Watercolor Pencils and blended with a Blender Pen.
Finishing Touches—A Crumb Cake Classic Weave Ribbon bow was attached to the top with a Glue Dot. Some Wink of Stella glimmer was brushed onto the leaves too!
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Blended Seasons Falling Leaves Label Card
I love how this card uses the pretty label dies to create a frame around the focal point.
Background Basics—The front of the Crumb Cake card base was embossed with the Layered Leaves Dynamic Texture Impressions Folder for a lovely leaves pattern.
Falling Leaves Focal Point—Like the previous card, the Blended Seasons leaves were stamped onto Crumb Cake cardstock, this time with Memento Black Ink. The leaves were colored with several different Stampin' Blends duo-packs: Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight, Poppy Parade & Calypso Coral. Several different colors were added to the leaves, then blended out with the Color Lifter. It's die-cut with the Stitched Seasons framelits larger die. Next, the Merry Merlot frame was die-cut with the two largest Stitched Seasons Framelits and attached over the stamped label with Glue Dots. The whole piece was popped up with Dimensionals over the card front.
Finishing Touches—The Stitched Seasons Framelits was also used to create the pretty Cajun Craze and So Saffron leaves, which are attached to the bottom of the frame with Glue Dots.
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