Stamp Review Crew Painted Harvest warm weather style



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Welcome to my stop on the Stamp Review Crew blog hop! Today, I'm sharing a fresh card using the leaves and one sentiment from our featured set - Painted Harvest. Truth be known, when I was working on my project, it was 85 and sunny… I just couldn't get fully into 'fall'. (That's what I get for living in Florida, I suppose. lol) I hope this lighter take is okay with you!

escape2stamp greeting card Painted Petals

I was looking for just the right shade of green for the leaves stamped in the background. It was somewhere in between Lemon Lime Twist and Wild Wasabi. So I smeared some of those inks onto a craft pad and then tapped/smooshed my stamp onto that. Once inked up, I stamped the leaf three times without reinking to get one bold and two lighter images. You can see how the color changes a little each time you stamp. (It's fun… try it!)

Painted Harvest by


And here's a closeup of how it looks once layered and finished.


closeup of card created by Adriana at escape2stamp.com


Painted Harvest Stampin' Up! 144783
Painted Harvest (13 pieces, #144783)
Aside from our featured set, I also used the following Stampin' Up! products:
Stamps: Work of Art
Ink: Lemon Lime Twist, Wild Wasabi, Tangerine Tango, Night of Navy
Paper: Wild Wasabi, Whisper White
Other: Leaf Punch, Linen Thread, Clear-mount block


Thanks for stopping by my little blog. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments below. Otherwise, here are the links you will need to keep going!


Nikki Spencer
Debra Burgin


Comments

  1. Mixing the ink colors for the leaves is an amazing result, Adriana! Gorgeous!

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  2. These are wonderful, Debra! The simplicity of the design and the complexity of the focal point go so perfectly together! Love it!

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    1. Thank you, Mike. I'm a fan of CAS but MUST have my layers somewhere! lol

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  3. I like the lighter touch with that stamp set. Here in SoCal we are warm also, and a little change to a more green look is what we see here. Those greens are lovely.

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    1. Thank you, Kathy. It's fun to play around with the colors and max out the supplies. So glad you like it :)

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  4. So pretty and what a lovely little vignette you've created with leaves.

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    1. Thank you, Charlet! I'm inspired by so many of you and your attention to detail.

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  5. I love the pop of color with the red berries and enamel dots. Such a fun take on this set!

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    1. Thank you, Heidi. The enamel dots are some of my favorite embellishments for exactly that reason - a little pop of color!

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  6. Oh wow Adriana. I love the collagey effect. Very elegant.

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  7. Wow! I love the cleaner, simpler...yet so many fabulous details...look! How clever to mix up your own custom ink color!!! Thank you for the inspiration, Adriana!

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    1. Thank you, Ann! I love CAS but also love the layers and details found in more detailed work (like yours). It's a pleasure to 'hop' with you and this group.

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  8. Love the cluster of embellishments. Such attention to detail.

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  9. Fun technique with fabulous results!

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    1. Thank you, Karen. It's fun playing with these wonderful 'toys' :)

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  10. Adore your fresh clean take on this set Adriana...Beautifully done! xx

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  11. Great technique, thanks for sharing! Kelly x

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