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Make a Monochromatic Card with Stampin' Up! Products

IMG_3427 2Today's project is a pretty monochromatic card made the Very Versailles stamp set from the new Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog.  If you read and watched yesterday's post and video tutorial, you may recognize a portion of this card.  (Take a look at that Leaves Trinket embellishment.)

In choosing the "greens" for this card, I took my cue from some designer paper.  The Garden Lane Designer Series Paper featured these colors.  This always helps me choose coordinating colors for my cardmaking projects whether I am using the designer paper or not.  I figure if Stampin' Up! combines these colors to work together then so can we!

Here's the video that will take you through the process of putting this card together.  I love the feel of this set and have enjoyed playing with it...lots of possibilities!

Lisa's Inklings:

  • The base is cut from Garden Green at 4-1/4" x 11".
  • The Garden Lane DSP is cut 4" x 5-1/4".
  • Mint Macaron card stock was used for stamping and punching.
  • After the video was recorded, I added the scallop circle in Mossy Meadow behind the sentiment.

Here is a listing of the Stampin' Up! supplies used to create this card.

Product List

Thank you for joining me for today's Stampin' Up! monochromatic card idea using the Very Versaille stamp set and Garden Lane Designer Series Paper.  I hope it inspires you to create today!  Keep checking back for more ideas and tips and I will see you again soon!



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