Monday, September 30, 2013

Truly Grateful


 Happy Monday All!
I have a tip to share with you today. It's not a new one, but if your new to stamping, you might enjoy it. Notice the white outer border around the oval?  Here's how I did it:
  • Stamp the oak leaves from Lovely As a Tree Stamp Set in Sahara Sand Ink.
  • Stamp Truly Grateful from Truly Grateful Stamp Set in Jet Black StazOn.
  • Cut the stamped images using the Oval Framelits die using the Big Shot.
  • Leave the stamped image in the die and lightly sponge the outer edge with Sahara Sand Ink and a Stamping Sponge.
  • When you remove the die...you'll have a sharp, outer border.


  •  Did you know that Lovely As a Tree is Stampin' Up! best selling stamp set? With a variety of trees to choose from, the Lovely As a Tree set offers so many options. Stamp a solitary tree or stamp an image multiple times to create your own forest.

Stamps: Lovely As a Tree (wood) #128655 or (clear) #127793 and Truly Grateful (wood) #131730 or (clear) #131733
Paper: basic Black CS #121045, Whisper White CS #100730, Sweater Weather DSP #132184
Ink: Sahara Sand # 126976 & Jet Black StazOn #101406
Accessories: Big Shot Die Cutting Machine #113439, Ovals Collection Framelits#129381, Neutrals Designer Buttons #130031, Stamping Sponges #101610, Whisper White Satin Ribbon (retired), Whisper White Bakers Twine# 124262, Stampin' Dimensionals #104430



5 comments:

  1. Love this Beth.....so elegant. The bow is spectacular. ooxx

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  2. That leaf is maybe one of the most under-used images in this stamp set. I love how you used it on this card. It is understated and really wonderful.

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  3. Fabulous card, Beth.....love it - this is one of my most favorite stamp sets and I've never thought to stamp just the leaves....wow! Thank you for your tip to create the perfect and beautiful light border!!!!

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  4. This is just exquisite. Thanks so much for sharing all the great tips!

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  5. Beth, I'm not really new to stamping but that technique is new to me and the effect is beautiful. Thanks for sharing it.

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