I knew when I saw the Come To Gather Suite on the incentive trip that I would have to have it. But sometimes you just never know how much you're going to love a suite until you actually play with it. Last night was the first time I'd pulled the Come To Gather Suite off my shelf and I couldn't stop using it. In fact, I made all this week's projects at one time and found myself disappointed when, at 12:30 am, I realized I had finished all my projects for the whole week of blogs. I wasn't done designing yet! This is truly a suite that you could use over and over again and not tire of it at all.
Today's card had me searching for colors I rarely use: Merry Merlot and Cajun Craze. I'd never used the two of them together and they're gorgeous! Have you used these colors together before? I'm so happy that Stampin' Up! includes the list of coordinating colors used in their Designer Series Paper. Speaking of Designer Series Paper...Did you know that there's a SALE going on right now? When you buy 3 packs of designer series paper, you get 1 FREE! This is a sale that you're just not going to want to miss!
Crafty Saturday Paper Pumpkin Challenge Winners...
And the two winners are....Ashley Wells & Becky Vincent! I'll be getting those Paper Pumpkin project packets out to you this week.
That was fun! Let's try another challenge. Like I said earlier, I love the colors on today's card. Now it's your turn. Create a card or project using Merry Merlot, Cajun Craze, and Crumb Cake and either email it to me or post it on my Facebook Group by Sunday, 9/15. One lucky winner will be announced next Monday for a prize from me! Have fun!
Base: Merry Merlot, 4 1/4" x 11", scored at 5 1/2"
Layer 1: Cajun Craze, 5 1/8" x 3 7/8" (cut 2)
Layer 2: Very Vanilla, 5" x 3 3/4" (cut 2)
Layer 3: Come To Gather Designer Series Paper Scalloped Layering Square Die
Layer 4: Cajun Craze Layering Square Die
Layer 5: Very Vanilla Stitched Shape Square Die
Layer 6: Merry Merlot, Gathered Leaves Die
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