Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Spring Blessings One+12

Welcome to One Plus Twelve, month 4!  This is the brainchild of Kelly and she asked Jeanette and me to join her in this challenge. We are to use just one stamp, to make a card every month--but we may add a sentiment if we want!  One Stamp/Twelve Months-here we go into our fourth month of one plus 12!  We post on the 3rd of each month, reflecting the three of us and our three challenges we currently do together--3 Musketeers, our first challenge along with Ready, Set Go and now this one!

As a mentioned for my first card in January,  I picked my favorite Stampin Up set--Lovely as a Tree.  For my challenge this month, I used the Stampin' Up Woodland Textured Embossing Folder with Pool Party Ink and ran my brayer over the folder.  I then inked up the tree stamp with Mossy Meadow and stamped directly on the folder. I then ran it through my Big Shot and created this birch tree and evergreen image! I added the large Spring Blessings sentiment from a newer stamp set by Birch Press Designs.

Here is the inside of my card:

Please be sure to check out the other One plus Twelve cards.  Here is a link to Jeanette's and Kelly's blog.  I am sure you will enjoy checking out what stamp set is picked and will see a couple of great cards! I hope Kelly and Jeanette like my card and that you might too! We will be back each month, so be sure to check back to see what we are up to on the 3rd of May.

Image/Sentiment: Stampin' Up Lovely as a Tree/Birch Press Designs Spring Blessings Stamp Set

Cardstock: Recollections 110# White; Stampin' Up Mossy Meadow, Pool Party

Ink:  Stampin' Up Mossy Meadow, Pool Party

Accessories:  White Fiber; Stampin' Up Woodland Texture Embossing Folder; Brayer


Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

WOW! This is so creative and gorgeous Barb! It makes me think of the saying "one can't see the trees for the forest." What a nice way of using your ONE stamp and blending it in with the scene you created!

kiwimeskreations said...

What an incredible card Barb - and such innovative use of the stamp and embossing folder!