Hello stampers and happy Wednesday. Cinnamon Cider is the last in colour to be reviewed and it is interesting to note that I inadvertently called it a “sweet” brown when I tried to use it to colour a dock. Cinnamon cider is sweet, so the description is appropriate. So far I have made only one card with it, but I am looking forward to the many possibilities with this new colour!
For this card I kept it super simple and used the stamp set See the Good. How can I possibly express how much I love this saying? Some people just restore your faith in the world by who they are or what they say or do. That is what we are all called to do; to be the good in the world! To be a reflection of the One who made us, the one who loves us and the one who wants to save us all. All the stamps used on this card are from the stamp set See The Good. You can find it on page 79 of the annual catalog.
I matted the white panel on our new brass metallic paper. I sponged the cinnamon cider panel with ink as well after I embossed it with the Tasteful Textile 3D embossing folder. The three flowers stamped in Misty Moonlight add just the right pop of colour and also showcase the fact that Cinnamon Cider and Misty Moonlight pair very well together.
Did you know that if you place an online order with me using the current host code that you get a free pdf tutorial from me? You can also get this amazing tutorial for free if you are a team member or a member of my demonstrator training group. This month all of the 16 projects are 3D. It is a lot of fun collaborating with 15 other talented demonstrators to make this tutorial.
Rhine River Valley Views
I thought I would include a short video I took on the gondola chair lift in Ruddesheim, Germany. Traveling vicariously through someone you know is better than not traveling at all!
Here is the view of the town we stayed at from across the river.
Thanks for joining me today. I would love to hear from you about which in colours you like the best? I am going to finalize the details for an online In Colour Club so that we can actually have a stamping event together again. Stay tuned for details.
Don’t forget about the Happy Mail in Holland contest. Send your cards to Jackie Bultje, Bloemenlaan 6, 2691 JC ‘s-Gravenzande, the Netherlands. Be sure to get them in the mail by July 31 and then I will have time to blog about them before August 29. Every person participating gets entered into a contest for a stamp set of your choice valued up to $30. I will send it anywhere in the world!
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