I love the Painted Harvest Stamp Set! It is so versatile and so easy to stamp with the Stamparatus! I needed a “Thank You” card for some community members who had volunteered their time at a high school event I was in charge of. I wanted something using school colors, red, white, and blue, but had a fall look to it. Painted Harvest was the perfect stamp! I needed 25 cards and didn’t have much time (story of my life), so I pulled out my Stamparatus and came up with this card! Follow along below to see how easy this card was to do in multiples!
I cut pieces of very vanilla cardstock (25 of each) sized at 5 1/4 x 3 3/4 & 2 7/8 square. I used a small strip of double sided tape to attach the square at an angle onto the rectangular piece. I positioned this in the Stamparatus and placed the 1st Painted Harvest stamp to overlap the bottom corner of the layered paper. I stamped that in crushed curry, turned the cardstock around, and stamped the opposite corner in crushed curry.
Using the 2nd Painted Harvest Stamp I repeated the above process, positioning the stamp over the first one, stamped in Cherry Cobbler, and turned cardstock to stamp opposite corner.
Next I cut 25 – 3 inch squares in Cherry Cobbler and layered those under the stamped very vanilla square. Be careful when pulling the very vanilla cardstock pieces apart so you don’t rip through the paper! Stamp your sentiment in Night of Navy – I used the “Thank You” from the Daisy Delight stamp set!
The dots (from the Painted Harvest stamp set) were added after the sentiment. I stamped the dots using an acrylic block in Night of Navy. This was added to a Night of Navy card base!
I could have stopped there but I was on a roll! So, I cut very vanilla inserts for the inside of the card and stamped those! I placed 4 pieces on my Stamparatus and stamped the image in the center, turned and stamped again! This made the entire stamping process go very quickly!! I also did this with the envelopes!!
Here is the finished product!! I’ll say it again – I love the Painted Harvest Stamp Set and the Stamparatus!
If you are interested in any of the Stampin’ Up! products used for this card I have links below!!
Thank You for stopping by! Be Blessed, Mary Ann