Here is my first sample for this sketch! I have to admit, I went a little crazy. I have three card samples and a scrapbook page lined up to show you with this sketch. It’s just such an easy one!

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This first sample is again with Tree for all Seasons.

When I made the first card I stamped four images and partially already colored them in.

I thought this image would go well with today’s challenge.

The tree was stamped with Black Stazon on a 2″ square watercolor paper. It was colored in with Chocolate Chip, Wild Wasabi, Really Rust and Soft Sky Classic inks and Aqua Painter to match the designer paper.

The watercolor paper was distressed with the cutter kit, paper pierced and layered first on a 2 1/4″ square of Chocolate Chip cardstock, then on a 2 1/2″ square of sponged Wild Wasabi.

The card base is a 4 1/4″ x 8 1/2″ piece of Chocolate Chip cardstock folded in half and layered with a 4″ square of Apple Cider Designer paper. The corners of the designer paper were punched with the ticket corner punch and Faux Stitching was added with All in a Row. Pewter brads were added in each of the corners.

The saying is from Warm words and was stamped in Chocolate Chip on Confetti White cardstock. It was punched out with the small oval punch and sponged first with River Rock, then lightly with Chocolate Chip ink. The oval was layered on a 1″ sponged and paper pierced Wild Wasabi circle and a Chocolate Chip designer label. I added four brads, one in each corner of the designer label to see if I like that or not. Still not sure about that part.

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

20 Responses to “Another Tree card”

  1. ADORABLE, Beate! Love that set! The tree is just so darling!

  2. Amazing…how you can take such a simple stamp (and one that I haven’t given a second look too in a long time) and make THIS wonderful card! Have fun in Portland!!!

  3. I have GOT to get this set out and start using it again! Great card, Beate, as always!

  4. This is soooo cute, Love that tag!

  5. Beautiful! I love that striped paper.

  6. This is very pretty. I have this stamp and can never seem to make anything pretty with it. Leave it to you Beate to make it into something so pretty!

  7. Great sketch and card! I like how you combined the 3 punches. TFS.

  8. I have always loved this tree set and I love the way you’ve combined it with the Apple Cider DP! All your cards look very pretty! TFS!

  9. I bet your gals are having a great time! Love this wonderful tree stamp, super card Beate! Deb

  10. I have always thought these little trees were the cutest stamps. Kind of hard for me to make full-sized cards with them though. Love seeing you using them for such great cards.

  11. Beautiful card. I love that designer paper! I really like the brads on the corners of the sentiment. Looks great. Mahalo for sharing!

  12. Ahhhhhhh this is so cute !!! I love it :)

  13. Beautiful card. I really like how you layered the three punched shapes for your greeting. The brads look great!

  14. What a pretty Fall card! I love the paper you used, and the way you colored that adorable little tree!

    Just pulled out my things to get busy on my card for the challenge. Have fun in Portland!

  15. argh! I am sure I sold my tree set and whats the betting it will make the SU-UK catalogue! :( Fab card!

  16. Beautiful card Beate! I will have to give your sketch a go later today! I love this stamp. Just used mine for the first time yesterday!

  17. This is gorgeous… LOVE that image. :)

  18. This is darling. That tree image is perfect for this time of year. I love the colors and all the fun details.

  19. Its very good match color for fall. It is pleasure for New York City. Thanks I always enjoy your beautiful cards

  20. Beautiful card!! I love what you are doing with the trees from that set — I have to get mine out and start playing again! :)

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