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>> Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Hi Everyone,

I'm here to tell you that you will fall in love with the new stamps that DRS Designs will be releasing on October 24th.  There are wonderful images and greetings for the fall season and beyond, and I'm honored to be able to share this card with you today.  

The background was created using the new Wood Grain (626P) stamp.  It was so easy to use and the results were amazing!  Not sure if it shows up on my card, but the wood grain is complete with a little knot hole, which adds to the texture and realism :)

I stamped the Happy Thankful People (612G) greeting and the lined up the Cattail Milk Pail (581F) right next to it, colored and then die cut it.  I added some sponging in brown and green ink to soften and add a bit of a distressed or rustic look.

I added some die cut leaves and gems in matching colors to complete the card.

The design team will be showing off all of the new stamp-y goodness this week, so be sure to check back each and every day!

Have a good one :)


Sue said...

OMGosh - I love this card!! Your wood grain background, while mostly hidden is perfect for your awesome focal layer! Those 2 stamps were not planned to go together, but you made them fit perfectly! Love your colors too!

Janett Ray said...

Oh Karin, this card is lovely, Your background, colors, images are all just perfect together. Love IT.

Shelia said...

Karin, this is gorgeous! You have showcased the wood grain stamp beautifully!

nwilliams6 said...

Karin, I can see this wood bg is going to be so popular. I love how big it is so you can cover so much space yet it isn't bulky and hard to stamp. Looks awesome as the bg for your card. Love the image you used with the sentiment. Beautiful Fall card. Hugz

Robin Clendenning said...

This is so very pretty!! Love the milk can!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This looks fabulous, Karin! The woodgrain looks wonderful & I love the sponging on your milk can panel.

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