Hello Everyone ~ I have had the Noble Peacock Designer Series Paper for a while and decided to play with it again.
Well I did it. I got my 6 videos done and the 2 cards I also needed completed. As long as I don’t loose the info on my phone I have a post for every day until I get back. This was quite an undertaking as when I got back from Jess’ I needed to make a card or video for almost a month. I just made a list and started crossing things off. I hope you will enjoy my shares over the next month. Today I have 2 appointments and need to get to the grocery store. When I get back I need to mop the house and make the beds for the girls as they will be coming here later today. I am taking them back to Jess tomorrow. It will be an interesting trip as I will have Bijou and Zoie and Remi. I know what to do when I travel with Bijou but not sure how traveling with her and the girls will go. Hopefully things will go smoothly and I can leave by 10 and get to Jess before it is too late. Wish me luck!
I have the Noble Peacock Designer Series Paper and have not used much of it. I thought it was time to pull it out and use some of it. I wasn’t sure what stamp set to use with it. I had used the daisy with it before but wanted to try some thing else. I looked at my stamp sets and decided to give the First Frost a try. I cut 2 pieces that were 1 1/4″ x 4″. I mounted the pieces onto a piece of 4″ x 5 1/4″ of Whisper White with one at the top and one at the bottom. I then chose the small flower from the First Frost and stamped it using Blueberry Bushel ink in the center panel of the Whisper White panel. A mask was then placed over each flower and the sprig from the set was stamped using Old Olive ink so it looks like the flowers are part of the sprig. This panel was then added to an Old Olive card base. To finish off the card, some Noble Peacock rhinestones were added. Here is the completed Noble Peacock Designer Series Paper card.
inside of card and envelope
Check out these ideas using the First Frost stamp set. This one is a clean and simple idea. Here is a One Color Wonder idea that could be easily recreated in any color. This card shows how to use a watercolor technique with the stamp set.
Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation
Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you. The weather here has been gorgeous! I am hoping it won’t be too cold in Maryland so I don’t freeze. Have a Terrific Tuesday and do you like the stamp set I used with the Noble Peacock Designer Series Paper?