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The Stamp Review Crew - Vintage Leaves

Hi there and welcome to addINKtive designs and the latest Vintage Leaves Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop. We are a group of International Stampin' Up! Demonstrators who love to share with you just how much you can do with one stamp set.

If you get lost, just click on the banner below to take you to our main blog, where you will see a list of all the participants for this round.  Enjoy!



Vintage Leaves Photopolymer Bundle
140235 - $73 AUD
(Buy the stamps and dies as a bundle and save 15%)

I really wanted to try out a different card fold, use the Winter Wonderland Designer Vellum Pack and some other new products from the newly released Holiday Catalogue.  Thankfully I managed to achieve this with just the one card!  ... because ..

It has been a busy few weeks with very little down time. Let's just say that Work Health and Safety, Curriculum Development, Principal meetings and Teacher Standards have dominated my world as of late and I'm experiencing a deep desire to mess up that craft desk of mine. 


Gate Fold with Fold Out Leaf


  

  
The leaves have an overlay of speckled gold vellum.
  

Project Recipe:
Stamp Sets:  Vintage Leaves, Wetlands
Card Stock:  Tip Top Taupe, Very Vanilla
Ink:  Cajun Craze, Early Espresso, Soft Suede 
Accessories:  Leaflets Framelits, Washi Label Punch,  Winter Wonderland Designer Vellum Stack, Woodlands Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Curvy Corner Trio Punch


As I'm the last blog in the hop, it's back to the start with Linda Callahan -

http://stampinseasons.blogspot.com/2015/09/stamp-review-crew-vintage-leaves.html

Or back to Yapha Mason -

http://yaphamason.com/blog/2015/09/06/stamp-review-crew-vintage-leaves-edition/


Thanks for hopping by,

Comments

Yapha Mason said…
What an absolutely spectacular card, Bronwyn! Thanks for the instructions on the fold. I need to try it!
Dawn Tidd said…
Clever and gorgeous! How do you do it? I love this idea and the vellum is truly an amazing touch!
Wow, that's a very creative and beautiful fold you came up with! I also didn't notice that we sold that gold vellum so I'm so glad you showcased it. It looks beautiful!
SewPaperPaint said…
Oh what a super cool idea! I love this beautiful dimensional fall card!
Linda Callahan said…
You create the most amazing designs! So intricate and so detailed! Gorgeous card!
Unknown said…
Beautiful details and a very, lovely and elegant card!
WebDeb said…
I am just stunned by the beauty of this card. The fold is spectacular, of course, but the colors are so, so lovely!
Sharie said…
Wow love this card. Would love to see a video on how to make it!
Thanks for sharing your wonderful creations! You always go above and beyond!
Michelle Gray said…
What a great use of a Thinlit/Framelit! Gotta try it. Shared with my SU! upline's FB group. TFS!
Anonymous said…
Clever idea! Thanks for sharing a 'how to' as well!
Mike said…
Bronwyn, you have an amazing card. I love the gatefold and creating each side differently was a great idea.
Heidi Baks said…
Beautiful idea for a fold, Bronwyn! I love the corner punches for extra detail.
craftystamper said…
What a wonderful gate fold card. I love the fact that the Maple leaf flips up and allows the card to open. I may try this technique. Thanks for sharing.

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