Monday, July 14, 2008

More Fresh Cut Notes

Here are two more samples that I have to share using the Fresh Cut Notes and Fresh Cuts stamp set. These were also made at my "eScape" event. I really do like these note cards and I love this size too. They both are very simple to re-create. Here is what I used on this first card.
Card Recipe:

  • Stamp set - Fresh Cuts

  • Papers - Fresh Cuts notes, Soft Sky Designer Series paper, Groovy Guava and Blue Bayou card stocks

  • Inks - Blue Bayou Classic Ink pad and Brocade Blue Stampin' Write marker

  • Embellishments - Groovy Guava Double Stitched Grosgrain ribbon and Soft Subtle Brad

  • Tools - Color Spritzer tool and 1/16" hole punch, 5 Petal Flower punch and Boho Blossoms punch and Stampin' Sponges

I think that I like this card better than the first one. Which one do you like best? These note cards will not be available again until the new catalog comes out! I can't wait to see all of the fun new things that will be in the upcoming 2008 Fall & Winter Idea Book & Catalog! If you would like to get a copy of the new catalog please email me. I would be happy to share with you how you can get a copy of your very own.

This is what I used to make this card.

Card Recipe:

  • Stamp Set - Fresh Cuts
  • Papers - Fresh Cut notes, Blue Bayou Textured card stock, Whisper White, Old Olive and Groovy Guava card stocks
  • Inks - Old Olive and Blue Bayou Classic Ink Pads and Brocade Blue Stampin' Write marker
  • Embellishments - Groovy Guava Double Stitched Grosgrain ribbon and Rich Regal Brads
  • Tools - 5 Petal Flower punch, Boho Blossoms punch and 1/16" hole punch, Stampin' Sponges and Color Spritzer Tool

I have another sample to share with you using the Fresh Cuts stamp set but this time I'm not using the Fresh Cut Notes. I'll post that sample tomorrow. Thanks for stopping by today.

Happy Stampin' !

Karen

1 comment:

Diane said...

Hi, Karen! Oh, I'm lovin' seeing some examples using the Fresh Cut Notes. I've tried 2 or 3 now and just haven't been happy yet with what I've done. I like #2 best also, but both are good. Love the dp behind the open flower. Love the sprig/vine on the sides of #2 in different colors. Great idea. I've just had a hard time know how to "cover" the front. Like your ideas very much.