It was the colours that really made me look twice - combos that I would not necessarily think of myself but that are so gorgeous together. Just beautiful. I want that pail of berries for my house and I also want a stamp set that replicates them! Nichole mentioned that we might be inspired to make some holiday cards, and that's what I went for - except for one everyday project.
I had never used Enchanted Evening cardstock before and I must say I love it. I stamped the City Scene houses on Sweet Blush die cuts with Smokey Shadow ink. The little trees were stamped with Ripe Avocado onto Spring Moss card.
Just had to make a shaker card! Can you tell that I'm still in love with woodgrain patterns and probably always will be? Just love this sentiment stamp (from Bells & Boughs).
One of the elements that I loved the most in the inspiration photo were those wonderful berries. I tried to capture the feel of them with stamps from Bells & Boughs and Embellished Elegance, doing some masking along the way. The bells were stamped with Soft Stone ink (I'm loving the colour and I'm so glad that it's available again!) and then heat embossed with some glitter powder.
A very simple thank you card, using stamped Beautiful Brushstrokes die cuts against some Studio Calico patterned paper. The sentiment was heat embossed with gold metallic powder.
Cardstock: PTI Stamper's Select White, Rustic White, Sweet Blush, Spring Moss, Enchanted Evening, Kraft
Stamps: PTI Beautiful Brushstrokes, Bells & Boughs, City Scene & Christmas Sentiments, Embellished Elegance; Wplus9 Fanciful Feathers; Hero Arts Tiny Flakes
Inks: PTI Sweet Blush, Autumn Rose, Enchanted Evening, Ripe Avocado, Spring Moss, Smokey Shadow, Soft Stone, Fresh Snow; Versamark
Dies: PTI City Scene, Bells & Boughs, Beautiful Brushstrokes, Embellished Elegance, Shakers & Sprinkles; Simon Says Stamp Folded Banners; My Favourite Things Sentiment Strips
Patterned Paper: Studio Calico; Jillibean Soup
Other: Zing Gold Metallic embossing powder; unknown glitter embossing powder; sequins; Martha Stewart coarse glitter; Stickles