Colorful Seasons

I really enjoy looking at the work of other stampers like Brian King, Shawn de Olivera and Amy Koenders, just to name one or three.  Checking out the work of more experienced stampers can be, at least for me, inspirational.  A few days ago Amy, who’s blog is Stampin With Amy K, posted an absolutely stunning card using the Colorful Seasons stamp bundle. If you’re unfamiliar with Stampin’ Up and its terminology you’re probably wondering “What’s a bundle got to do with card making and why did this Amy person use one?” A bundle, in card making well Stampin’ Up card making,  includes a stamp set and another product typically a framelit of thinlit set (don’t even ask)  that is used with a Big Shot die cutting machine. Disclaimer there will be photos in a later post.  When they are purchased together as a “bundle” you spend less than, . . . man this is easier to explain in person. Besides the bundle wasn’t, and isn’t the point of the post, so forget the bundle. The point of the post was Amy’s ah – mazing card, which is gorgeous. I periodically have taste that is totally unique to me, but Amy’s card is so stunning and she makes it sound almost easy. Everyone who saw it and left a comment thought it was as gorgeous as I did. So check it out, I cleverly hid a link under the words Amy’s card, and see if you don’t agree with me.  I was definitely leaning towards this bundle, but Amy’s card has changed it from a maybe to a it must be mine.

Author: Miss Hammie's Crafts

I am an Independent Stampin' Up demonstrator. I enjoy paper crafting and teaching various types of crafting to others.

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