Hearts Come Home from Stampin’ Up

Good Morning Everyone ~ I have a recessed image for my Hearts Come Home from Stampin’ Up creation today.

I got 3 more sets completed on my Catalog Journey stamp sets.  That leaves me 9 sets to work on.  I did not work on any of my piles yesterday so I will have to do that today.  I am thinking I can do both rooms in the morning and still have time in the afternoon.  I might even be able to start on one of the cabinets in the kitchen.  The kitchen cabinets will not be that hard.  It is just a matter of taking the things out and wrapping them in paper and putting them in a box.  If I take one cabinet at a time it won’t take me long.  The only thing I have this week is a workshop on Wednesday afternoon.  That will be a few hours so I know I will get a lot accomplished this week.

Up next in my Catalog Journey is the Hearts Come Home stamp set.  I got this stamp set for the versatility of it.  It can be used all year long.  As I am writing this, I realized that I might be able to modify this card for the realtors who are helping me sell my house.  I think they would like it.  For my card I began by using the framelits to cut out some houses.  My vision was to create a frame that was popped up from the background.  I chose my frame from designer series paper in the Tranquil Textures pack and using the Layering Squares I cut a square out of the upper part of a 3 3/4″ x 5″.  I then cut a piece of fun foam a little smaller than the designer series paper.  I set the designer series paper on top of the fun foam and traced the cut out square onto the fun foam.  This showed me where I needed to cut my center out of the fun foam.  I added glue to the fun foam and set the designer series paper on top.  An acrylic block was set on top to ensure a good seal while it dried.  Using some Whisper White I used the Hometown Greetings edgelits to cut out one of the strips.  I punched out a 3/4″ circle also to be the moon.   I wanted some sparkle cause you know I love my bling so I used some Wink of Stella and traced all the cut Whisper White pieces.   I attached the house strip to the back of the designer series frame.  The frame was then added to a 4″ x 5 1/4″ piece of Night of Navy.  To finish the frame the 3/4″ circle was glued it in the upper left hand corner.  My frame was added to a Whisper White card base.  I used selective inking for my sentiment.  This was added to a Night of Navy layer and then added to the card base using dimensionals.  Here is the completed Hearts Come Home from Stampin’ Up.




















inside of card and envelope












Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation


Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you.  With having to use sets from the Christmas section it has really made me think outside the box to show other ways to use these sets.  I hope you have enjoyed my ideas.  Have a Marvelous Monday and I will be playing with the Hearts Come Home from Stampin’ Up for a card for my realtor.



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