Cornish Heritage Farms had some of my favorite stamps, unfortunately they are no longer in business. Gotta respect any company that puts family before business, even if it means no more stamps. I will miss them! Here are some cards made with their stamps…glad I was able to add to my collection before they closed shop. Thanks for looking!
Trees and leaves are some of my favorite things, whether in stamps (ha!) or in real life. I was fortunate enough to get this set from a very sweet SCSer and this is my first card with it. I used Colorbox chalk ink for the leaves and thought Merlot would be very pretty mixed in with the leaves. I wasn’t sure how to put this card together and decided to leave it uncluttered and simple. I sponged the background and the sentiment is from Papertrey Ink.
Alright, the first card had me thinking it sure would be nice to see the Merlot color stand out a bit. Interestingly enough I have embossing powder the same color as the ink and it was a perfect match. I added a few leaves using Heartfelt Creations dies and embossed them in gold. Now I know I just provided a link for Heartfelt Creations (I’m sure they are wonderful there too), however, I bought my supplies at AJ Scrapbook Supplies. They had the best prices I could find for Heartfelt Creations, had quick shipping, and were wonderful to deal with. Thanks, Louise and Elaine!
Supplies: SU Branch Out, PapertreyInk Heart Prints Sentiments, Memento Ink, Heartfelt Creations Falling Leaves Die, burgundy and gold embossing powder, SU & PTI card stock, SU DP, SU Old Olive Marker
Last month I discovered Heartfelt Creations and fell in love with all of it! It wasn’t hard to do considering all the gorgeous stamps and dies they have. I used Falling Leaves and the matching dies. The large leaf was made with coffee filters. I folded a coffee filter in thirds, then using a water based marker (I used Memento Lady Bug, Cantaloupe & Tangelo) I randomly applied color to it. I spritzed it with water and used my heat gun to dry and shape the leaf. The smaller leaves were embossed with gold and then die cut. The square outline stamp is from Framed (PTI). Using a mask, I airbrushed the inner square with a Copic marker and finished it with an old button I had. Thanks for stopping by!