Three Cards with Woodland Walk Designer Paper

I promised to show you some cards I made with Woodland Walk Designer Series Paper.  I love this paper so much I had to make three different cards.  The paper is combined with Very Vanilla, Garden Green, Wild Wasabi, and Early Espresso card stock and inks.  It is so easy to create a great look with Stampin' Up!'s Designer Series Papers, since the color palette has been defined for you!
Do these flowers look familiar?  They are the same as the flower in the stamp set, Growing Green, that I showed you on Tuesday.  This card reminds me of a dress my grandmother might have worn.  Don't you just love the lace ruffle?  The Vintage Brad and the stamp from Perfect Punches add to the old fashioned look.
For the next card I just let the Designer Series Paper stand alone.  I love both of these designs, but am especially fond of the maidenhair fern pattern.  I used the stamp with the same pattern (from the Growing Green set) as background on the tag.  The sentiment is from Watercolor Trio.
Next I combined the paper with stamps from Just Believe.  I think this great set is going to be one of my standards, it is so lovely and versatile. Here I stamped the image in Versamark and then embossed with White Embossing Powder.  The Crochet Trim bow is embellished with a Build-a-Brad with the maidenhair fern image featured in the last card. 
 I sure enjoyed all this green!  Maybe that is because green is so precious here in the desert.  If you want to add some green to your life (and your projects), try this paper.
I hope you are doing some stamping this week.  Come back soon.

Sage Kimble

 Nurturing Creativity, One Stamp at a Time!

Sage Kimble
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2 Responses to Three Cards with Woodland Walk Designer Paper

  1. HappyExpressions August 23, 2010 at 7:16 pm #

    All are very nice cards! TFS!

  2. Mary (aka Muffins Mama) August 24, 2010 at 6:42 pm #

    Beautiful cards, but then yours always are! Thank you for the great ideas for Garden Green. Its my least favorite color, but now I see it can make beautiful cards. TFS!

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