Timeless Tropical

This is one of the cards we made at my monthly stamping class. It uses some of the products in the Tropical Oasis Suite that is in the 2020 January-June Mini Catalog.  This suite includes the stamp set called Timeless Tropical, the matching dies called In The Tropics (and you can save 10% by purchasing them in a Bundle0, Tropical Oasis Designer Series Paper, a gorgeous 3D embossing folder called Coastal Weave, ribbon, embellishments and a Memories Or More Card Pack.  It is one of my favorite suites in this catalog, although it does make me want to move somewhere tropical!

The colors I used on this card are So Saffron, Pear Pizzazz, Early Espresso and Calypso Coral.  To make this card I first layered a piece of the Tropical Oasis onto a piece of Pear Pizzazz cardstock and adhered them to a So Saffron card base.  I cut out two rectangles from the die set called Stitched So Sweetly and ran one through my Big Shot using the Subtle 3D embossing folder.    I colored the palm trees using Pear Pizzazz and Early Espresso Stampin’  Write Markers and then cut them out with the matching die.  I cut the word “aloha” out of Early Espresso cardstock and the flower out of Calypso Coral.  After I put it all together I decided to add a Clear Epoxy Droplet to the middle of the flower.

So Rob and I have been super busy packing up the house.  My stamp camp is totally in boxes (which is the saddest thing!).  I am not even going to hint at how many boxes it took.  Let’s just say I had to run to Staples to buy more.   We took down all our photographs (ok so this was really the saddest thing) and artwork off the walls.  We are almost ready to put our house on the market.  Wish us luck!

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3 thoughts on “Timeless Tropical

  1. Are you mocking me, with these tropical cards? I’m so tired of the gray, wet days here! Just kidding – I know you wouldn’t be so mean! 😉 I do love the palm trees, & relaxing vibe from this card.


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