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Countryside Corners

As I write this , I'm just settling in after cleaning up a venue we had our Lutheran School's Gala. It was a successful event that makes me so happy to be helping plan and prepare for this event that benefits our school Building Project.


So as I write this, it's after midnight, but I have a second wind that may not last long, so we'd best get moving. ๐Ÿ˜‚ The exhaustion is going to get real, I suspect.


On Wednesday during What's Up! Stampers, I share how to make this card:




To get the focal point labels, I started with a quarter sheet (4 1/4" x 5 1/2") of Misty Moonlight cardstock. I then stamped the unique Countryside Corners stamp on that Misty Moonlight cardstock with Night of Navy ink.


Countryside Corners is a single stamp, and if you ink the entire thing at once, you can use it in a variety of ways.


When I stamped the Misty Moonlight stamp with Night of Navy ink I used the Countryside Corners Dies. I love how these dies nest! I used the smallest label die to cut out the center section, then the third smallest die to cut out the flower-bordered section. These dies are just fun!




I then inked the stamp in Night of Navy ink again, this time stamping it on a quarter sheet of Boho Blue cardstock. I cut the second smallest section with my dies, then layered all these layers together, as shown in the photo.



Because the Countryside Corners stamp has no sentiments, I borrowed my little tiny "Happy Birthday" from the Sentimental Park stamp set.


They layers of paper for this card are cut as follows:

Misty Moonlight cardstock:

-11" x 4 1/4"

-4 1/4" x 5 1/2" (to stamp the image)


Balmy Blue cardstock:

-5 1/8" x 3 7/8"

-4 1/4" x 5 1/2" (to stamp the image)


Basic white cardstock:

-label


Countryside Inn Designer Series Paper

-5" x 3 3/4"; cut one inch off the left edge and flip it to showcase the other side when adhering the pieces to the Balmy Blue layer.


For a complete list of products I used to create this card, scroll to the bottom of this blog post.


During What's Up! Stampers?, I not only made this card but also gave some tips on different ways how to use this stamp. You can check it all out here.


These great new products can be purchased in my online store right now!


Happy stamping!

Amy





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