Tuesday, October 28, 2008

It's Saturday Evening Post release day!

Another post for today! Today at Cornish Heritage Farms there are THREE new Saturday Evening Post stamps available: Bird Watching, Fall Harvest and License Plates. They are all wonderful and versatile images!

I have three new cards to show you using these new stamps so bear with me. You can also see the other designer samples in the Saturday Evening Post gallery.

We've moved card
This is a simple layered collage style card.
Supplies:
Stamps: Saturday Evening Post License Plates by Cornish Heritage Farms (background), Mona Lisa Moments Classic Essential Expressions by Cornish Heritage Farms (sentiment), Rummage Bin Journal Box by Cornish Heritage Farms (postmark stamp)
Ink: Adirondack Lake Mist, Versafine Sepia, Versafine Black Onyx
Patterned Paper: Travel paper by American Traditional Designs
Accessories: Offray Ribbon

Harvest card
On this card I heat embossed the image in brown and coloured the image and added some Stickles for sparkle.

Supplies:
Stamps: Saturday Evening Post Fall Harvest by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Versamark (for heat embossingCardstock: Georgia Pacific white (for base)
Patterned Paper: K and Company
Tools: Heat Gun, Copic Markers, Fiskars Theading water punch
Accessories: Flowers (general craft supply), Hemp twine, Autumn Leaves button, Stickles, Brown embossing powder - Ranger
Technique: Heat embossing

Dad card
Last but not least, here's another brayered card using the Bird Watching stamp. I brayered the background and then heat embossed in black ink over top of it.


Supplies:
Stamps: Saturday Evening Post Bird Watching by Cornish Heritage Farms, Daisy Chain Scrapblock by Cornish Heritage Farms
Ink: Tsukineko Kaleidacolor Pad – Blue Breeze, Versamark (for embossing), Versafine black
Cardstock: Ranger Glossy cardstock, Prism
Patterned Paper: Provocraft
Tools: Brayer
Accessories: Black embossing powder - Stampendous, Buttons (general craft supplies), Hemp twine, Quickutz typewriter font (die cut letters)
Technique: Brayering Heat embossing

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