Today, I’m sharing a sneak peek of the new Painted Harvest stamp set from the 2017 Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog, available on September 1st. I know you are going to love it as much as I do!
The Painted Harvest stamp set(available September 1st) is photopolymer and the images are created for two step stamping. I started by inking up the sunflower images in Crushed Curry and Peekaboo Peach. The larger, more undefined flower was stamped first in Crushed Curry, then the smaller stamp in Peekaboo Peach, with the center being stamped in Early Espresso. I fussy cut the first sunflower with my Paper Snips, and since I was happy with the colors, I stamped several sunflowers on a panel of Whisper White. Then, I went back and stamped the dotted images in Early Expresso using second generation stamping. (Where you stamp off onto scrap paper first, then stamp onto your art panel)
The art panel was then adhered to a panel of Copper Foil with Liquid Glue.
I used my banner triple punch to notch one end of my Early Expresso banner, then inked it up with my sentiment in VersaMark ink. I sprinkled on Copper Emboss powder, shook off the excess and heat embossed it until shiny. For the leaves, I inked the solid image in Garden Green, stamped them off once, then stamped them onto a panel of Whisper White. The second leaf image was inked in Lemon Lime Twist and stamped full strength over the first stamping. They were then fussy cut with my Paper Snips. Three accent sprigs were die cut in Copper Foil from the Bouquet Bunch Framelits Dies and set aside.
The banner was adhered to the art panel with liquid glue, then I dry fit the sunflower, leaves and sprigs. When I was happy with their placement, I wound a length of Linen Thread around the back of the sunflower and secured it with Glue Dots. Then, I added the sunflower, leaves and sprigs with Stampin’ Dimensionals, Glue Dots and Liquid Glue. Finally, the art panel was complete, and I adhered it to the Early Expresso/Peekaboo Peach base with dimensionals.
I chose a different sentiment from Painted Harvest (available September 1st) to stamp on the inside of my card. It was also heat embossed with Copper Emboss Powder. Another sunflower image with leaves was stamped in the corner using the same two step method and colors as instructed for the card front.
A complete list of stamping supplies and card stock cuts will be at the end of this post.
My card sketch was inspired by the sketch that Christy created for this months sketch challenge at Craft Project Central.
I hope you’ll try this one out and post it on Craft Project Central, too!
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Card stock cuts for the Painted Harvest project:
Early Expresso 4 1/2 x 11 base, 1 x 5 banner
Peekaboo Peach 4 x 5 1/4 panel
Copper Foil 3 3/4 x 5 panel; scraps for pods
Whisper White 3 5/8 x 4 7/8 art panel, scraps for sunflower and leaves; 4 x 5 1/4 inside panel
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