I am popping in with a post on using Fragile Foliage Stamp & Die Bundle from Altenew.
When this set was first released, I was loving it and didn't think I used it enough, especially with the coordinating die..... So, here I am!
I have an unusual way of using pattern paper with this stamp set. This is my first time using the intricate coordinating die. If you like delicate stamps like this, you must then get the coordinating die! There is NO way you can fussy cut. Not all coordinating die is worth getting, but this one definitely is worth it.
I am actually quite proud of the "hills". They are the leftover pieces from die-cutting the trees! It totally makes sense to make good use with the pattern paper. This tree scene reminds me of the time when we traveled to visit The Leaning Tower of Pisa southern Italy.
It also reminds me of Parsley! It's funny how these images evoke our feelings and memories.
Oh, on the last note, the star of this card is... that Sphere Stencil. Yup, it's a goodie!
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So pretty Virginia. Great card.
This is lovely! I do like the way
you have put the scene together
with patterned paper!
What a GORGEOUS SCENE!
I like how you created this fabulous scene.
This is absolutely gorgeous. Love the combination of stencilling and diecuts. Fantastic.
Such a pretty card!! Love the background with the patterned paper and all the green with the bright yellow stencil.
Those are such unique trees but I love the look you achieved with them, Virginia! Fun hills and I love stenciling!!
Fun idea to change it up and make the trees.
Pretty color combo and I love the sphere stencil!
Love your use of horizontal stripes in Both the sun and the "ground" - fabulous look!!
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