Stampin’ Up! Leaflets and Vintage Leaves and a Golden Thanks

Well, somehow…someway…we’re back at Monday!  I hope that y’all made it thru the time-warp that is the weekend.  We made it just fine – had a nice time with some friends on Saturday evening at their annual bonfire.  Beautiful evening and good friends.  Even made driving home in the dark (something we don’t do a lot of!) very much worth it! 🙂

My share today is inspired by a design from Freshly Made Sketches.  Their sketch #209 is very clean and simple and elegant.  Head over and take a gander when you get a shot.

FMS 209 Sketch

I saw a lovely card that Mary Fish made with this design – check it out here.  I love her card!  And wanted to use some of the elements in a card of my own.

This one is a Thank You card, using the Leaflets Framelits dies and Vintage Leaves (one of my best bundle buys EVER!).  Take a look-see:

Leaflets Thanks 1 - Stamps-N-Lingers

I started by cutting the maple leaf out of a piece of Kraft Corrugated Paper, using my Leaflets Framelits die.  Then I made a background for the negative space.

I took a square of Early Espresso and, using my Simply Scored board, scored vertical lines all the way across it.  Then I turned it about 45 degrees, and made lines again, which cross the original lines in a cross-hatch design.  It looks like quilting to me! 🙂

Leaflets Thanks 2 - Stamps-N-Lingers

I SNAILd the dry-embossed panel to my Early Espresso card base, and then popped the die cut Corrugated Paper over it with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

I used a Glue Dot to add a Gold Basic Metal Button in the middle of the leaf’s negative space.  On top of that, I adhered a triple-bow (2 lengths of Gold Metallic Thread and one of Linen Thread) with another Glue Dot.

Leaflets Thanks 3 - Stamps-N-Lingers

I cut the sentiment out of Gold Foil, with a Hello You Thinlits die and adhered it with little dabs of Multi-Purpose Liquid Glue.  And that was it for the front!

Leaflets Thanks 4 - Stamps-N-Lingers

On the inside, I stamped the matching leaf from Vintage Leaves in Early Espresso on a piece of Very Vanilla card stock.  I stamped the image off once on my Grid Paper before stamping the card stock.  Then I SNAILd it to a piece of Gold Foil and that was all it needed.

Leaflets Thanks 5 - Stamps-N-Lingers

For the envelope, I used a Crumb Cake Medium Envelope and, stamping off once on the Grid Paper, added another Early Espresso Vintage Leaf on the front….

Leaflets Thanks 7 - Stamps-N-Lingers

….and for the liner, I cut a liner with my Envelope Liner Framelit, from Early Espresso card stock.  Then I again used my Simply Scored board to repeat my cross-hatch dry embossing before I put it inside the envelope….

Leaflets Thanks 9 - Stamps-N-Lingers

….to yield a pulled-together coordinating card and envelope set!

Leaflets Thanks 8 - Stamps-N-Lingers

Et Voila!  Hope you like! 🙂

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Card Cuts Used in Today’s Project

Early Espresso Card Stock:  5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″  (card base, scored and folded at 4 1/4″); approx 3 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ (cross-hatched leaf background); cross-hatched envelope liner

Gold Foil: 4 1/8″ x 5 3/8″ (liner mat); Thanks die cut

Very Vanilla Card Stock: 4″ x 5 1/4″ (inside liner)

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22 October

140536: Home for Christmas Enamel Dots (2,308 backordered; 5,040 expected)
139638: Snowflake Elements (2,801 backordered; 2,052 expected. 15,120 more expected 25 November)
139683: Curvy Corner Trio Punch (5,251 backordered; 4,200 expected. 3,000 more expected 13 November)

26 October

123125: Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine (262 backordered; 2,560 expected)
139647: To You and Yours Shaker Cards Project Kit (2,080 backordered; 2,500 expected)

30 October

138288: Brick Wall Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (1,001 backordered; 4,680 expected)
139666: Hearth & Home Thinlits Dies (11,296 backordered; 6,912 expected; 10,324 more expected 9 November)
139673: Woodland Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (10,926 backordered; 9,792 expected. 4,248 more expected 1 December)
139622: Spider Web Paper Doilies (4,241 backordered; 3,150 expected. 6,930 more expected 9 November)
139670: Sleigh Ride Edgelits Dies (1,463 backordered; 1,536 expected. 4,896 more expected 1 December)

2 November

139639: Home for Christmas Designer Buttons (325 backordered; 2,016 expected)
138295: Tree Builder Punch (180 backordered; 3,640 expected)

15 November

138309: Fine-Tip Glue Pen (7,078 backordered; 10,700 expected)
138283: Leaflets Framelits Dies (1,234 backordered; 912 expected. 5,040 more expected 1 December)

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6 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Leaflets and Vintage Leaves and a Golden Thanks

  1. I love this!! The scoring on the leaf and on the envelope liner is the perfect amount of texture. Great design!! 🙂

  2. Thanks, Amy! 🙂

  3. I love the texture on this. And the touch of gold looks so pretty against the neutrals. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

  4. jentimko

    That corrugated paper is simply fantastic with that leaf! Wonderful. Glad you joined us this week at FMS!

  5. Thanks! 🙂

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