Friday, October 20, 2017

Friday's With The Project Bin

It is Friday, so  that means that I am back with another card for The Project Bin Stamps--A Way With Words!  Every single Friday I will be posting a card made from one of their great photopolymer stamp sets.  So, please plan to come back each week to see what I have created--and I think you too will love these great sentiment stamp sets.  And, remember, some of the sets come with matching steel dies!

If you want to check out more creations from the design team, be sure to check out The Project Bin Blog as often as you can.  Every day there is a different card posted by one of more of the design team members.  

For this card, I used a great fall stamp set called Autumn's CallingThis set comes with 5 sentiment stamps and 4 individual leaves.  I think this is a wonderful set to use in the fall season.  It finally is fall in Wisconsin and all of the leaves are falling and they are beautiful!

Here is the Autumn's Calling stamp set:

Here is the inside of my card:

I hope you have enjoyed my card for The Project Bin. Check back on every week, any day for inspiration for the team but especially on Friday's to check out my cards. I am so excited to be on this wonderful design team!

Image/Sentiment: The Project Bin Autumn's Calling Stamp Set

Cardstock: Recollections 110# Ivory; Stampin' Up Cherry Cobbler, Crushed Curry, Pumpkin Pie; American Crafts Autumn Crisp-Acorn Patterned Paper

Ink: SU Cherry Cobbler

Accessories:  Gold Button with Crush Curry Thick Baker's Twine; SU Cherry Cobbler 1/2" Seam Binding; Yellow Candy Dots; Gina Marie Designs Stitched Rectangle Dies


Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Barb, this card is lovely! The DP coordinates with the awesome sentiment so well!

:: BlueInks :: said...

What a perfect fall card. Now it makes me think of how behind I am on 'classic reading'. This card turned out great and the DP is just perfect.

Maxine D said...

A striking card Barb - love your paper and how you have taken the colour from it for the stamping.