Saturday, June 1, 2013

Goodbye to Artistic Etchings, French Foliage and Vintage Wallpaper



Greetings, Stampers! I know, everyone is really excited about the new Stampin' Up catalog that was released yesterday, but I'm not quite ready to let go of the old one! Remember, you have until June 3 to order retiring products. So I thought I'd offer up another project featuring some retiring goodies. Today's card uses two of my favorite retiring stamp sets, French Foliage and Artistic Etchings, and my favorite retiring embossing folder, Vintage Wallpaper.


Taking center stage is the beautiful Faux Patina embossing technique on the back panel. There  is a terrific tutorial on how to do this technique by Angie Leach on Splitcoast Stampers. It's really simple and fun to do, and the finished product is amazing.


The two stamp sets were stamped collage style in various colors onto Very Vanilla Card Stock. One gold glimmer brads picks up on the gold embossing.
Artistic Etchings Stamp Set

French Foliage Stamp Set


Stampin' Up Products Used:
Stamp Sets: Artistic Etchings*, French Foliage*
Card Stock: Very Vanilla, Baked Brown Sugar, Always Artichoke
Ink Pads: Crumb Cake, Marina Mist, Always Artichoke, Early Espresso, Versamark
Tools: Big Shot, Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder*, Little Leaves Sizzlit, Heat Tool, Stampin' Sponge
Accessories: Gold Embossing Powder, Glimmer Brads, 5/8" Flower Trim (retired)

*Retiring June 3 from the Annual Catalog

Click here to view the Retiring Stamp Sets list. These stamps will be available through June 3.

Click here to view the Retiring Accessories list. Accessories are only available while supplies last.

Click here to see the new Stampin' Up catalog and promotions.

Click here to order Stampin' Up now.

Thanks for visiting and please leave a comment!





3 comments:

  1. Beautiful card! I love the background. I'm going to have to go and take a look at that! TFS! Have a great day! :-)

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  2. OMGosh, this card is so beautiful and just stunning. Absolutely gorgeous!

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  3. These are absolutely gorgeous cards.

    Shirl
    (in Canada)

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