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Saturday, June 9, 2018

Case a Card Rooted In Nature

One must confess... I'm not great coming up with my own card designs.  Maybe just lacking a bit of confidence.  I find searching on the internet, following blogs and my good ole friend Pinterest helps me out.
While searching for designs for Rooted in Nature, I kept coming back to a card that Mary Deatherage created at https://stampsnlingers.com/.  I really liked how she used the Share What You Love Specialty Paper with this card and how the trees were layered on top of each other.  

   
I changed the card up a bit and added Copper Embossing on the Vellum cardstock along with some Natural Chevron Ribbon (retired).  Mary used burlap on her card which is a more natural look.  Another change is that I used Wood Textures Designer Series paper and Mossy Meadow ink.
Follow along in my video if you want to recreate the card  I came up with.  
Please visit Mary's website to view her card as well.  I love that in the world of Stampin' Up! we can CASE (copy and share everything).  It really does help those that struggle with designing.
If you would like to place an order for the supplies I used, please click on the Order Now button at the top of my website.  The link will take you to my online store.  

For the month of June 2018, I am offering a free color swatch for all qualifying orders.  Use must use my Hostess Code DPFFU4PB.  Any order of $100 or more in product will receive my laminated color swatch free of charge.  You must use the hostess code.  Orders of $150 or more in product, do not use the hostess code so you can receive Stampin Rewards.  You will still receive the color swatch.  Make sure your contact info is shared with me so I know you placed an order and qualify.

Thank you for visiting my blog today.  Stamp and create today! ~Karen~














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Karen McNall

My name is Karen McNall, and I am a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. Inspired By Gram was created after my grandmother. She taught me many crafting skills over the years and I enjoy being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator teaching and sharing the art of rubber stamping and papercrafting.

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