Sunday, November 4, 2018

The Stamp Review Crew: Farmhouse Christmas

Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop: Inspiring you one stamp set at a time
Welcome to another Stamp Crew Review Blog Hop!  We share our take on a selected stamp set every first and third Monday.  This week we are stamping with another Holiday catalog set, Farmhouse Christmas, which can be bundled with the coordinated Farmhouse Framelits die set.  If you are following the blog hop order, you have just come from the very lovely and talented Lauren Alarid's blog.  Aren't her projects always beautiful?

I created a card which can also be used for this week's color challenge over at Sunday Stamps.  Double dipping!

The typical Northeast rock wall was created using the cobblestone embossing die from Build a Bike framelits, with hand-trimming around the embossing.

So this is suppose to be a loose imitation of my own farmhouse, i.e. rock wall, color.  What do you think?  I hadn't planned on the Farmhouse Christmas hop and this color challenge to land on the same day, but funny how that worked out!  I've got a farmhouse, and it just happens to be blue.

Here are this week's Sunday Stamps colors; use a minimum of 3 colors and a neutral of your choice.


Stamps: Farmhouse Christmas; Paper: Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla, Whisper White; Ink: Soft Sky, Baja Breeze, Pear Pizzazz, Crumb Cake, Baked Brown Sugar, Jet Black Stazon; Accessories: Aquapainter, Brayer, Farmhouse Framelits, Build a Bike Framelits, Up & Away Thinlits, Big Shot.

And ICYMI, here's another card I created with Farmhouse Christmas.


Hop on over to the fabulous Dawn Tidd's blog to see what fun projects she has put together with this week's set.

 



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3 comments:

Dawn Tidd said...

Yes, yes it does go right along with the color challenge and matches your house so well! Such a pretty card and I love the cobblestone wall you created to go with it! Cute, cute!!

Linda Callahan said...

I love that your card matches that wonderful house of yours! Perfect!

Wendie Waldman said...

Love all three of your farmhouses!