Friday, December 27, 2013

Magnificent Maple Sympathy, PPA185



Hello, all! I am continuing on my quest this week to show you some of the awesome products in the Stampin' Holiday Catalog that are not just for the holidays, as this is the last week to order from it. Up today is the lovely Magnificent Maple single stamp, paired with Sweater Weather DSP. I used an elegant, neutral color combination of Very Vanilla, Sahara Sand and Basic Black.
The clean and simple sketch at Pals Paper Arts this week was just what I had in mind. I flipped the sketch 180 degrees to place the larger panel on the right which allowed for my sentiment. Panel #3 is just ribbon, I hope that works!


This stately leaf looks just gorgeous when heat embossed with Black Embossing Powder.


I used the same Sweater Weather DSP to line the envelope. This DSP is so versatile, totally not just for Autumn!


Stampin' Up Products Used:
Stamp Sets: Magnificent Maple, Love & Sympathy
Card Stock: Very Vanilla, Sahara Sand, Basic Black
Designer Series Paper: Sweater Weather
Ink Pads: Black Stazon, Versamark
Tools: Heat Tool, Big Shot, Envelope Liner Framelits
Accessories: Basic Black Taffeta Ribbon, Black Embossing Powder


The last day to order from the Stampin' Up Holiday Catalog is January 2, 2014!
View the Stampin' Up 2013 Holiday Catalog (flipping book version) by clicking here.
View the catalog (PDF version) by clicking here.
Click here to order.

I'll be back with another "last chance" project tomorrow!

Have an awesome day!






5 comments:

  1. Lovely, Sandy....a great way to highlight this beautiful image that is useful for a plethora of occasions! In fact, I need a sympathy card and I may just CASE this!

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  2. Yes, it works! I did the same on the flip. Fantastic sympathy card.

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  3. Sandy, your neutrals are so effective, especially in a sympathy card. Just beautiful!

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  4. Sandy, This leaf is a real standout embossed in black. Beautiful! Such a nice showcase of the Holiday Catalog. Sad to see this leaf go. Thanks for playing along with the Pals Paper Arts this week.

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