Stampin’ Up! Countryside Blossoms and Timeless Arrangements

WooHoo! May 2 and the new catalog is LIVE. There are some real gems in this catalog and one of them is the Countryside Inn Suite found on pages 62-63. For today’s card I used the Countryside Blossoms Embossing folder, the Countryside Corners Dies and the coordinating Countryside Corners stamp set. I also used another new product ~ the Timeless Arrangements Bundle found on page 67. I found this combination worked really well for this particular card.

Stampin' Up! Countryside Inn Bundle

Night of Navy and Basic White are just stunning together ~ they add a note of elegance to a card and this one is no exception. I began with a Thick Basic White card base. I then ran a piece of Basic White through this amazingly beautiful Countryside Inn Embossing Folder. It created such wonderful texture and an excellent background for a card. Having run this through the machine, I re-grouped and came up with a new plan… this was too pretty to cover up the way I had planned. I pulled out the new Timeless Arrangements bundle and die cut a couple of items from Basic White. I went back to the Countryside Corners stamp set and inked up this large single stamp in Night of Navy ink, then die cut the very center portion from it with the appropriate die. I stamped the sentiment on this rectangular piece in Night of Navy ink using the Timeless Arrangements stamp set. I adhered the die cut pieces from the Timeless Arrangements dies to the back of this rectangle, then added dimensionals to the back and attached it to the embossed panel. This embossed panel was adhered to a Night of Navy just slightly larger, then with dimensionals I added it to the card base.

Stampin' Up! Countryside Inn, inside card

For the inside… I wanted to carry out the Night of Navy theme and added a panel to the inside of the card. Since the Timeless Arrangements stamp set was already on my desk, I inked the single flower in Night of Navy ink and stamped it on a Basic White panel and on the envelope front. This was attached to the inside of the card and nearly complete.

Stampin' Up! Countryside Inn Bundle card & envelope

I added a strip of the Countryside Inn DSP to the envelope flap, trimmed it to fit and one & done!

Love this… but know this could be done in a variety of colors: for contrast… instead of Night of Navy, the new Berry Burst, Blueberry Bushel or Pretty Peacock; Moody Mauve might be a nice contrast or the Copper Clay.

Click on the image above for a copy of the catalog – oops, one day too early for that!!! If you do not have a demonstrator, I would be happy to work with you. Simply drop me a note and we’ll get you a hard copy of the catalog and answer any questions you might have.

Kits are available and they are super easy … a great way to gather some friends and have some fun. You can find the selection here

When ordering please use my HOST CODE 22NYXRHQ. It is good May 2 – 16 in order to receive those Star Rewards. When ordering $50 or more in product (before taxes & shipping) you will receive a free Stampin’ Up! gift from me valued up to $10. For any orders $50 or more I will also send you my monthly class tutorials. Rewards accumulate and when you have earned 8 Rewards you will get a FREE product order valued up to $40.00, your choice and mailed directly to you! Such a deal!!! For every full increment of $50.00 (before shipping and tax), you earn one Reward.  Individual orders may NOT be combined to attain a Reward.  Example: a product order of $49 would NOT qualify for a Reward.  However, an order of $101 would qualify for TWO Rewards. Hope that’s clear…

Thanks for stopping by… Remember you can order LAST CHANCE PRODUCTS FOR ONE MORE DAY THROUGH TO MIDNIGHT MOUNTAIN TIME. Well, maybe I should say 11:59 :O)

6 responses to “Stampin’ Up! Countryside Blossoms and Timeless Arrangements”

  1. So pretty Terry Lynn! The clean design is perfect! 🙂

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  2. I love how you used the embossing folder to do the pretty design on your card. It really is elegant!

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    1. I hadn’t used that EF before and when I did – well, it needed to be center stage :O). Thanks Lynn!


  3. Oh my goodness – this is stunning! 🙂

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