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Saturday, July 27, 2013

Playing w/ New Holiday Catalog Products



Just Days Away....Yes, the new Stampin'Up Holiday Catalog 2013 
is being released August 1st. I've been playing with several items
and wanted to show you this card I did for the
Create with Connie and Mary Sketch Challenge HERE

CCMC261
Check out what the designers have done, (always inspiring) then get
out your Stampin'Up products and come play along!

I thought it would be fun to take the Kind and Cozy stamp set in the Annual Catalog and give it a Fall theme using products from the Holiday Catalog. Fall? you say. YES, it will start before you know it. Plaids, leaves and a warm beverage just seem to go together. So it seemed fit to use the SWEATER WEATHER Designer paper for my main pattern. Love this plaid, plus there are more! The DSP incorporates 7 colors..Choc. Chip, Crushed Curry, Sahara Sand, Soft Sky, Tangerine Tango, Vanilla and White. 

I did mix up my colors a bit though. I used Crushed Curry, Pumpkin Pie and Soft Suede and Vanilla.


I stamped the gingham circle in Soft Suede and punched it out with a 2 1/2" circle punch. I then stamped the cup in pumpkin pie offsetting it from the center. See the extra steam rising from the cup.  Re-ink just the steam part of the stamp, place a sticky note over the first steam mark, then stamp off a little of the ink before stamping on the extra steam on top of the first steam.

Stamp the Holiday Single stamp MAGNIFICENT MAPLE using soft suede ink on So Saffron Paper ( the saffron paper gives the leaf a warmer effect ).
I created a double bow with Linen Thread which I tied around a piece of Crochet Trim. Use glue dots to attach it to the stem of the leaf and to hold down the tips of the Crochet Trim.


The pretty soft suede trim has cute little holes that magically appear when you use the Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border punch. And finally stamp the " made with love " sentiment on the side panel in Soft Suede.

Put August 1st on your calendar to browse online through the new 
40 page Holiday Catalog
" Your Guide to Holiday Happiness "

Stamp Sets: Kind and Cozy wood# 129123, clear mount#129126
                  Magnificent Maple wood only#131868
Paper:         Sweater Weather DSP#132184, Crushed Curry#131199, Soft Suede#115318,
                  Pumpkin Pie#105117, Vanilla#101650, So Saffron#105118
Ink:             Pumpkin Pie#126945, Soft Suede#126978
Tools:          Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border punch#119275
                  2 1/2" Circle punch#120906
                  Paper Snips#103579
                  Glue dots#103683
Finishing Touches:
                  Linen Thread# 104199, 5/8" Crochet Trim#118481


6 comments:

  1. oh boy! Enabled again! I did not buy Sweater Weather....but now I may just have to! lol

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  2. Oh, I love the warm colors and the fall twist to your Kind and Cozy card! What a great idea! Love the crochet & linen thread bow too. Thanks for joining us this week for the Create with Connie and Mary Sketch Challenge #261!

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  3. Such lovely colors Pam and so cute how the cup seems to peek out from behind the leaf! Thanks for playing Create with Connie & Mary this week!

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  4. Love this! The fall like colors are so warm and cozy! And what a totally different look for this stamp set! So clever! Thanks for playing the challenge at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  5. Beautiful card Pam, you have me looking forward to fall! The cup with the leaf and fall colors have me picturing hot chocolate already! So glad you joined us for the sketch challenge this week at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  6. WOW this is just STUNNING!!! LOVE your colors and how you combined the different sets on this...just BEAUTIFUL!!! Thanks for playing along this week in the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge!

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