Nature’s Prints

Stampin Up Nature's Prints

I am really loving the new Stampin’ Up!®  2022/2023 InColors.  They are just so pretty and go so well together.  I used Orchid Oasis and Starry Sky for this card with a little bit of Fresh Freesia (a 2021/2022 InColor).  I love how the look together.

I used a new suite in the new Annual Catalog called Sun Prints.  This suite includes the stamp set called Nature’s Prints, coordinating dies called Natural Prints, Sun Prints Designer Series Paper, and a new 3D embossing folder called Fern.  The stamp set is a DisINKtive set which means that each stamp creates different opacities in a single stamp which brings depth to the image.

First I stamped a couple of stems from the stamp set in Orchid Oasis and Green Freesia ink.  I cut these out using the coordinating dies.  One of the dies in the Natural Prints set cuts out a wreath.  I was originally going to use the wreath image on my card so I cut it out using Basic White card stock.  After I cut it out, I decided against using it as a wreath and instead cut it apart into different sections.  If you look at the card above you can see where there are leaves in Basic White.  These images were from the wreath.

Next I cut out another stem using Fresh Freesia card stock.  I stamped the sentiment in Starry Sky ink and layered it on the Starry Sky label that is included in the die set.

After cutting everything out I arranged all the pieces on top of a piece of Orchid Oasis backed by a piece of Starry Sky card stock and a Basic White card base. I used Dimensionals to attach the sentiment pieces.  Lastly I added some Rhinestone Waves Basic Jewels (retired).

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