Waterfront

Jan 31, 2018 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

 The Waterfront stamp set has become a favorite set from the new Occasions Catalog – and for good reason!  It is a wonderful set – with great watercolor like images – and some great words as well.  With this set, you can create so many different scenes – woodland, mountain, tropical, and it’s perfect for masculine cards!  So much to love! 


I held a class in my studio, The Bee Spot this week featuring this set – and here is one of the cards we made: 

I chose a monochromatic color scheme – blacks, and grays and then added a little pop of red. 


Here’s how this card went together: 




I embossed a quarter sheet of Whisper White card stock with the Pinewood Planks Dynamic Embossing folder, and attached it to my thick Whisper White cardstock.  


I cut a circle with Whisper White cardstock, and also a Real Red scalloped circle, using framelits from the Layering Circle framelits. 


Next, I stamped the images on the circle-  Basic Gray for the mountains, Smoky Slate for the ground, Memento Black for the trees and words, and the little dots were stamped with Basic Gray.  

I brushed a little bit of Clear Wink of Stella across the top of the mountains to add some shimmer – sparkling snow perhaps??  

I attached the circle to the Real Red scalloped circle.  I made a loop with Black/White baker’s twine and folded a piece of Black Shimmer Ribbon in half – and used dimensionals to place these behind the circle.  To finish the card, I used dimensionals to attach the circle to my card front. 


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Measurements for this card:

Whisper
White:  5 1/2” x 8 1/2″, scored at 4
1/4″, 4” x 5 1/4″, scrap of white for circle

Real Red: scrap for scallop circle 

Here’s a list of supplies with clickable links to my online store, should you wish to purchase these supplies: 

Hope you find time to BEE Creative today!

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Laura Milligan,
 Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator 

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