This is the first card we made at our monthly stamp club meeting. It uses a stamp set that is in the 2017/2018 Annual Stampin’ Up! Catalog called At Home With You. This stamp set has matching Framelits Dies called At Home and you can save 10% by purchasing them in a Bundle. The background uses the Embossing Folder called Brick Wall.
One of the fun things about this Bundle is how the Framelits cut the door out on three sides so it opens. Here is a picture of the card with it open.
Isn’t that fun?
Speaking of fun, whenever we have our monthly stamp club meetings the men of the families get together at a local restaurant for dinner and a couple of drinks. They call it the Stampin’ Widows Club. I am not sure how well they behave themselves at their “meeting”. I have seen some crazy pictures and they tend to stay out longer than our club meeting lasts. I am thinking they are having a little too much fun!
The other day I was trying to make a card and it just wasn’t coming as planned. I stamped this and stamped that. I cut this and I cut that and nothing seemed to come out as I imagined. This happens sometimes. Well, this happens to me a lot. I get an idea in my head and I just can’t put it on cardstock. The good thing is that I usually keep all the pieces I have stamped and cut to see if I can use them another time. The bad thing is I have a ton of cut images!
A couple of days later, I tried again. I saw these cute little flowers I had cut out using the Bouquet Bunch Framelits. I thought I could make a wreath out of them so I started to look at my stamp sets that had a wreath included. The first set I came across was At Home With You. Of course it was first because I file my stamps alphabetically!
At Home With You is a new stamp set that it in the Annual Catalog. It has matching Framelits called At Home (and you can save 10% by purchasing them in a Bundle). This set is so cute because there is a door stamp that you can cut the outline out plus it has another die where you can cut the door out on three sides so the door actually opens! How cute is that?!? I didn’t actually do that on this card but I could have.
This card uses the colors of my house and front door (Crumb Cake and Tranquil Tide). The wood background is an new Dynamic Embossing Folder called Pinewood Planks. Dynamic Embossing Folders are thicker and emboss a deeper image into the cardstock.