Magnificent Maple

TSSCHappy Monday everyone!  it’s time for another Technostamper Monday Lunchtime Sketch Challenge.  Mary Jo had a nice simple sketch for us so I kept it nice and simple.

There is just such a nice ‘chill’ in the air.  Can you believe we are quickly approaching Thanksgiving?  WOW!!!  It will be Christmas before we know it.

Here’s the details…

  • Pistachio Pudding:  4 1/4 x 11 folded
  • Stamp image from Gorgeous Grunge using Pistachio Pudding
  • Venetian Romance:  1 1/2 x 5
  • Stamp leaf three times on Very Vanilla:  Wild Wasabi, Island Indigo, Tangerine Tango.  Cut out, add using dimensionals.
  • Very Vanilla Banner:  5/8 x 3 5/8.  Stamp greeting using Soft Suede.  Add using dimensionals.
  • Add Crisp Cantaloup Boutique Details to a 7/8″ Island Indigo Scallop Circle.  Add to card front using dimensionals.

TSSC289Isn’t this a GREAT SKETCH!  I LOVE it!  And you can keep it so clean and simple too!  We’d love to have you play along!  Don’t forget to check out the other members of the team and remember go to the Technostamper blog to play along!

Mary Jo Price-Williams – Technostamper
Sue Root – Stampin’ with Sue
Nicole Tegrul – Be Creative with Nicole
Robbie Rubula – Inked X2
Eileen LeFevre – Eileen’s “Stampin’ Fever” Blog
Tanya Bell – Stamping T!
Carolyn Bennett – Carolyn’s Paper Fantasies
Jonia Smith – Stampin For Me

Set(s): Magnificent Maple, Gorgeous Grunge, Truly Thankful
Paper: Very Vanilla, Pistachio Pudding, Island Indigo, Venetian Romance dsp
Ink: Soft Suede, Tangerine Tango, Island Indigo, Wild Wasabi
Other: Boutique Details, 7/8″ Scallop Circle Punch, Dimensionals

Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!

SiggyFall

2 responses to “Magnificent Maple

  1. Love the use of the grunge stamp on this. Really pretty card Mary–and yes, you are correct Christmas will be here before we know it and I have not done one thing to get ready yet–go figure. Thanks so much for the great sample for my sketch challenge this week!

  2. I’ve love every one of the cards you’ve designed using Magnificent Maple. Do you have some tips for quickly cutting out the leaf? Too bad there is not a frame lit to fit it. Thanks for sharing.

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