Sale-A-Bration Scramble Week – Project #2

I apologize for being a day late with this post. Wouldn’t you know it, our internet provider had an outage yesterday. On the plus side, I got to see my kids play together since there was no doing live streams for my middle son and my oldest couldn’t play WOW all day with his friends. The one that does live streaming has a pretty good following already! I’m so proud of him.

Of course no internet meant no working on pictures of samples until this morning. I only took photos of some of the cards I completed yesterday. I did another One Sheet Wonder (OSW) set in preparation for an OSW class I will be offering in March.

Sale-A-Bration (SAB) ends on Sunday, but I wanted to show you this cute set called Berry Blessing and the Berry Delightful Designer Series Paper (DSP) from the SAB catalog. I will tell you now that DSP runs out quickly, so if you want this set, place your qualifying order ASAP! The green card is the backside of the berry pattern.

On this first card I used the Subtle 3D Embossing Folder to give it texture. Before I did that though, I glued down the DSP to the Poppy Parade card base so it had the texture as well. Then I stamped the sentiment in Pacific Point on Basic White. Then mounted that onto a Granny Apple Green tag from the Stitched So Sweetly Dies set. Then I added some pearl accents.

For the green card I used a Granny Apple Green card base and the backside of the DSP. My berries are stamped using Garden Green and Granny Apple Green on Basic White cardstock. The sentiment is stamped in Garden Green on Basic White then punched out using the Double Oval Punch. For the berries I used the Layering Circles Dies and the Painted Labels Dies for the matting. I love that scribble circle die! My mats were cut out of scraps of Garden Green and Granny Apple Green.

I used two opposite pieces for DSP for these matching cards. That’s another great thing about OSW cards, you can do multiples of some card designs providing your OSW pattern has multiple of the same sized pieces. I used a Pacific Point card base and after gluing down the DSP, I ran it through the Painted Textures 3D Embossing Folder. My berries and sentiment are stamping in Night of Navy and Pacific Point. So far I have found that the Stitched So Sweetly Dies are my favorite for OSW cards. I used the rectangles for the sentiment and the mat which was done in Night of Navy.

I added ribbon and gold cord to the card front before tacking it down to the Flirty Flamingo card base. Simply cut the ribbon about 6″ or 7″ then fold it behind the paper and tape it down with Scotch Tape. Then I glued down the berry DSP. My Stitched So Sweetly tag is mounted using dimensionals. I used scraps for that and for my sentiment. I matted the sentiment using Blackberry Bliss card stock. Oh, and the sentiment was stamped using Cherry Cobbler for the berry outline and saying, Garden Green for the stem, and Flirty Flaming for the berry coloring.

In this OSW, there are 7 more cards for a total of 12 cards! I will be posting class dates for March on my Shopping page and on the Let It Snow Stamping Facebook Page.

Don’t forget that Sale-A-Bration ends Sunday, February 28th!

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