Wednesday, 29 July 2020
Art With Heart Colour Creations Showcase Week 9 : Cherry Cobbler
Welcome back to week 9 of the Art With Heart Colour Creations Showcase blog hop. This week our feature colour is Cherry Cobbler. Cherry Cobbler is a colour from the Regals colour collection and is a red type of colour. This week I have chosen to team it with Shaded Spruce in a couple of cards. To me Cherry Cobbler signifies Christmas cards so what better opportunity than to get a start om my Christmas cards for this year.
My first card features a new bundle from the current Annual catalogue, called Arrange a Wreath. This bundle is not only for Christmas cards though. It can be used for Easter, Birthday, Thanksgiving and even Valentines Day so it is extremely versatile. To start this card I have dry embossed a piece of Crumb cake cardstock with the Pinewood planks folder to sort of signify a wooden door. I have then die cut one wreath with Whisper White and another with Shaded Spruce. Then I've added a few gems from the Wonderful gems to give some bling and to look like some berries.
It's hard to tell from this photo but the gems actually have gold specks in them. The sentiment is from a new set called Poinsettia Petals and has been stamped and mounted on panels cut from the Stitiched So Sweetly dies.
For my second card I have chosen to feature a returning stamp set and matching punch.
The stamp set is Perfectly Plaid and is matched with the Pine tree punch. The DSP is from a new pack called Plaid Tidings that will be available from next week. I really love this sentiment and it is also from a new offering available from 1st August called Wrapped In Christmas and it is all lovely sentiments. Once again I have added in some bling to the Chrismas tree by adding Red Rhinestone basic jewels and topped the tree with a star cut from silver foil using the Stitched Stars dies.
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To see more of this weeks beautiful creations please hop over to Catherine Proctor's blog.
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Next week we will be featuring Cinnamon Cider one of the new In Colours for 2020-21 so make sure you pop back and visit us then.
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