Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Picket Fence Studios September Release


It's the 14th, and that means a new release from Picket Fence Studios.  This month there are a few new Halloween items, a few Fall\Thanksgiving items, and a lot of Christmas!  See the full release in the thumbnails below.  .  

Full September 2022 Release

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The first card I'll be sharing today, actually came together quite easily.  I laid out several of the flower images from the Seasonal Christmas Flowers Stamp Set in my MISTI.  Then I powdered three pieces of card stock in cream, pink, and red, and stamped and gold heat embossed each of the three pieces.  I replaced the stamps with a few of the leaf images, and then powdered, stamped, and gold heat embossed those on a piece of green card stock.  I then die cut each of the floral image with the Coordinating Dies.  

I cut a piece of navy card stock to 4"x5.25", and started layering the floral pieces around the edge.  I adhered all the pieces down, tucking leaves in here and there.  Once I filled in the framing, I trimmed the excess away from the panel with scissors.  I then stamped and heat embossed a sentiment from the Swanky Christmas Sentiments Stamp Set, and die cut it with the Coordinating Die.  That was adhered to the center of the panel.  

I matted the layered panel onto gold card stock, and then onto another panel of navy, before adhering it to a white card base.  A few of the A Classic Christmas Sequins finished the card.   The finished card is quite heavy and thick, so if mailed, it would be best mailed in a bubble mailer with additional postage.  

The second card I'm sharing today, is much more simple, and could even be done as a one layer card if you preferred.  

I stamped the image from the Name Off the Good List Stamp Set, along with one of the sentiments, onto bristol paper, with the Black Hybrid Ink Pad.  This stamp set does come with a Coordinating Die, which I chose not to use, but it is available.  I then colored up the image using my Copic Ciao markers.  

Once the image was colored, I simply layered the panel onto a piece of black card stock, then onto a white card base.  Super simple, and flat - unlike the first card!  

I'll let you in on a little secret as well - all of the stamp sets I used today are currently available as part of bundles over on the Picket Fence Studios shop.  So be sure to go check out the bundles  available with this release.  

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used:

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