Elegant Painted Harvest Card

Elegant Painted Harvest Card

You know I love black and white cards or black and vanilla cards.  The color combo tends to add a touch of elegance to cards.  Well, this card has some Crushed Curry mixed in, but I still think it’s elegant.Isn’t that pretty?  The embossing in the background adds a great touch while the Crushed Curry adds a spark of color that totally draws your eye to the focal image and then the sentiment.  This was my favorite card from those we made in the Painted Harvest Stamp of the Month Class.

Don’t forget, tomorrow is the date to RSVP for the October Stamp of the Month.  We are using the Carols of Christmas stamp set and the coordinating Card Front dies.  Check out the details below and RSVP today.

October Stamp of the Month – Carols of Christmas

We will be creating exclusively with the Carols of Christmas stamp set.  Those who choose, may include the Carols of Christmas set and coordinating Card Front Builder dies with the class for a reduced class price. You will make 5 cards in this class.

When:  Tuesday, October 10, 1:00 p.m. OR 6:30 p.m.
Where:  StampThat Studio, New Freedom, PA
Cost:  Class your way – choose an option below

  • $38.00 Wood Mount stamp set & Class
  • $30.00 Clear mount stamp set & Class
  • $62.00 Wood Mount stamp set, Card Front Dies, & Class
  • $55.00 Clear Mount stamp set, Card Front Dies, & Class
  • $18.00 for Class only
  • $7.20 Shipping if you would like to join the class long distance

RSVP:  by September 26 so I can order stamps/dies and have them in time for class
Supplies to bring:  Snail and Sticky Strip/Tear and Tape

Comments

  1. You are right Becky, the “Elegant Painted Harvest Card ” is very pretty indeed. With the Crushed Curry mixed in makes for very pretty Card Stock, you should use it more often. We appreciate all of your hard work creating such beautiful cards that are pretty enough to frame. Thank you also for letting us know about the “October Stamp of the Month – Carols of Christmas “. Have a great week. (:

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