Summer Peaceful Cabin
Welcome to a new week! Can you believe it’s almost August? Speaking of August…If you have received your July-December Mini Catalog, you may be wondering why you can’t order items from the Mini Catalog yet. It’s a little confusing, but there’s a simple explanation. Due to shipping delays because of the COVID-19 virus, many products from the mini catalog and the summer Sale-a-bration Brochure weren’t available in June for the demonstrator preorder. And, sadly, some products wouldn’t even be available in July. So to avoid a lot of frustration, Stampin’ Up® decided to delay the mini and Sale-a-bration for a month. So you can order from the mini catalog and enjoy Sale-a-bration benefits beginning August 3, 2021.
That said, I love the new mini catalog! I already posted my first Peaceful Cabin card, and you can see it here. Here’s another card using the Peaceful Cabin bundle – but a spring/summer version.
This was so simple to create. I stamped the cabin image using Soft Suede Classic Ink on Basic White Cardstock. I used Crumb Cake Stampin’ Blends to fill in the color on the cabin, except for the chimney. I used Cajun Craze Stampin’ Blends for that.
Next, I added color using Old Olive and Balmy Blue Stampin’ Blends for the grass and sky. Alas, my Balmy Blue Stampin’ Blends have been used a lot and need to be replaced, so the sky was a little pale. No problem; I used my Blending Brushes and some Misty Moonlight Classic Ink to add more color to the sky. I love how it looks just like our sky today; it’s been a little stormy in Virginia.
I used the Cabin Dies that coordinate with the Peaceful Cabin Stamp Set to die-cut some evergreens from Shaded Spruce Cardstock. When you bundle the Peaceful Cabin Stamp Set and Cabin Dies, you’ll save 10%.
The clouds were die-cuts from the Majestic Mountain Dies (that coordinate with the Mountain Air Stamp Set) using Basic White Cardstock.
I’m not sure how I’ll use this card yet, so I left off a sentiment. But there’s plenty of room inside for a message, or even a small sentiment on the front of the card.
I added the stamped layer to a Misty Moonlight layer, then to an Old Olive card base.
I hope your week is off to a great start! Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!
Buffy, this is so lovely! Your blending and coloring is Wonderful. It’s so funny because I did something similar this weekend. That cabin is just so inspiring
Thanks, Jackie! I can’t wait to see what you did. I need more inspiration.
Great job coloring, Buffy! You can’t even tell there is supposed to be snow. Beautiful!
Thanks, Susan! Given the choice, I’ll take the green grass and lack of snow!
Oh, I’d like to be sitting tucked up in that cozy cabin, reading a good book! Such a wonderful scenic card, Buffy. You did a fabulous job of colouring and blending!
Thanks, Deborah! I would too!!
The cabin card is beautiful I have the stamp set but not the dies can I have the directions please
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