Rooted in Nature


Blog Hop 78

The Weeks are just rolling away, we are moving into May, kids have been on holidays and back to school for the second term……………wow

This week we have a smaller group playing, still worthwhile and will give you all some ideas I am sure.  Below is the sketch that Teneale has created for us, so lets go see what everyone has come up with.

If your come from the gorgeous Renee, welcome, I cannot wait to see what she has done with the same stamp set as I used.  How funny.For me, I go a week ago, I’m using Rooted in Nature, right just sounds wrong doesn’t it.  I never name my blog post, always just the number that we are working on.  So being a smartarse I named it then had to try and make the set fit the sketch with no idea what was in the set.  Yeap smart arse Barb.

If your wondering about the name, we its one of the new stamps sets being released on the 2nd June with in the new Catalogue.  So now who is excited??

The set is a two case set and its huge and has trees, leaves, saying and a set of dies to cut out.  Do you think I might replace Lovely as a Tree, which as been around for ever and my shelve has two sets on it, one wood and one clear.

I used one of the detailed leaves and stamp on the card base, adding interest.  if you can see a small scallop at the bottom of the designer paper that’s some burlap that I stripped a couple of lines of thread off, these I used to make a knot on the tree piece.

I stamped the tree in old olive and used a write and marker on the tree trunk then stamped it before using the dies to cut it out.

Now here is the finished card.

Your now of to see what Teneale has made for you.

 

 

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