As you already know, it is Sale-a-bration time at Stampin’ Up!. This is when you can earn free products with a qualifying sale. Some of the free products you can earn with a $50 order and others can be earned with a $100 order. There are stamps, dies and Designer Series Paper available.
One of the items you can get for free with a $50 order is the Rings Of Love Designer Series Paper. This paper coordinates with the Ringed With Nature Bundle in the 2022 July – December Mini Catalog (page for 62) but you can also use it with other products too.
For this card, I first cut a 3.5″ x 4.75″ piece of the Rings Of Love DSP. I layered that onto So Saffron card base. Then I cut the frame out in Evening Evergreen card stock using the Fabulous Frames Dies. I love these dies! There are six different dies in the set. Three of them cut out a shape to use as a frame, one cuts out a sentiment and the other two cut out fancy corners. All of them cut and emboss the card stock. I layered the frame on top of the piece of DSP.
Next, I cut out the hexagon using the Beautiful Shapes Dies in Evening Evergreen card stock. This die set includes 14 different fun dies and coordinates with the Framed Occasions stamp set. Next, I ran one of the leaves from the Leaf Label & Amber Gem Combo Pack through my Cut & Emboss machine using the Tasteful Textures 3D embossing folder. This gave the leaf some texture. I adhered that to the Hexagon using Dimensionals.
The sentiment is from the stamp set called Heron Habitat. I stamped it in Evening Evergreen ink onto a small piece of So Saffron card stock and then cut it out using a miscellaneous die. Lastly, I added a few Amber Gems.
Don’t forget there are a lot more items available to get for free in the Sale-a-bration Catalog plus the items they added last week (you can see them HERE).
Susan, this is so lovely with that beautiful DSP. I love that combination of shapes used for the focal image.
This is one of the most beautiful fall cards I’ve seen. I LOVE the frame and matching hexagon – and how you embossed the leaf.