Painted Harvest in Pineapple Punch

Good Morning Everyone ~ wait until you see my Painted Harvest in Pineapple Punch!

Well the girls and I went to the playground after dinner last night.  It is right down the street but they insisted on riding their bikes.  We played for a little but then it got cold so we came in.  They decided they wanted to do some coloring, cutting, and gluing so we pulled out all the supplies and they had a great time.  I will have them again tonight as my sister was supposed to keep them but she is sick.  We will probably go to the playground again unless I can come up with something else to do.

Have you decided which of the new 2018 – 2020 In Colors is your favorite?  You really need to see them in real life to see the beautiful colors.  When the new In Colors come out, it can be quite an investment to get all the coordinating products – card stock, ink pad, markers, and designer series paper.  Don’t you wish you could get all the coordinating items for one color?  My In Color Club will solve that problem for you.  Join my club and each month I will send you the card stock, ink pad, marker, and designer series paper for one of the colors.  Then each month for the next 4 months you will get the same items for another color.  At the end of 5 months you will have the card stock, ink pad, marker, and designer series paper for all 5 of the In Colors.  Great economical way to have all the product at a reasonable cost.  Check out the In Color Club here.

Today I am featuring another new In Color ~ Pineapple Punch.  This is a very bright color and very hard to photograph.  Knowing that, I had to come up with a way to showcase it so you can see this fun color.  I decided to use Painted Harvest stamp set.  I inked up the flower using the color but knew the edges would be lost on the Whisper White card stock.  I decided to use my Basic Black marker and use it around the edges to highlight the petals.  I stamped the outside image first and then used the same procedure to stamp the second stamp on top of  the first image.  To finish off the flower I used the same procedure to do the center of the flower.  I followed this same procedure to stamp another flower.  The 2 flowers were cut down and the corners were rounded.  My sentiment was stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black and the card stock was cut down and the corners rounded.  I am ready to put my card together.  I added dots of Multipurpose Liquid Glue to the back of the pearlized doily and let it sit a few minutes for the glue to set.  To put my card together, I determined where my doily would be placed by putting the 2 stamped images down and sliding the doily underneath and adhering it in place.  Dimensionals were added to the backs of the images and attached to the card base.  The sentiment was also added using dimensionals.  To finish off my card I added some of the Share What You Love artisan pearls.  Check out my completed Painted Harvest in Pineapple Punch creation.
















inside of card and envelope











Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation



  1. Betty Ann Murphy


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