Stampin Up Tuscan Vineyard continued..

IMG_0322 (Medium)IMG_0323 (Medium)Here are the other two cards I made with all stampin up supplies, and the Tuscan Vineyard stamp set.The top card has an interesting background – I created an oval mask and then rolled over the vanilla cardstock with suede ink and a sponge roller. The resulting background looks like a sandstone wall which fits in perfectly with the theme of the card.Quick post today as I have just accepted a job on a cruise ship for a 7 day trip as an arts/crafts instructor and I have to plan out the lessons. Great excitement here, but will have to wait until March for the trip!Til tomorrow…

Tuscan Vineyard stampin up set..

IMG_0320 (Medium)IMG_0321 (Medium)I think I mentioned the other day that I would post some stamped cards, here are a couple of them and we will continue with them next post as well. All of these cards are made with one stamp set from Stampin up called Tuscan Vineyard, and all supplies used are by Stampin Up as well.The top card….I die cut a circle in some vanilla cardstock, and die cut the scenery stamp as well – the scenery stamp is actually shaped in an oval, so made that decision super easy! I coloured the scene with inks and an aquabrush, and stamped the swirls in the corners to finish. The lower card….I stamped the grapes on watercolour cardstock, coloured with inks and an aquabrush and fussy cut.Stamped the swirl down the outer edge of vanilla cardstock, wrapped a ribbon around, and attached all to card base.( the sentiment is from an older stampin up stamp set). This afternoon I am in the craft room working on september lessons and it’s all about Christmas! Have you started your Christmas cards yet? Time is flying and it will be upon us before we know it! Til tomorrow….