Have you fallen in love with the Painted Seasons Designer Series Paper as much as I have? While I love all of the 4 patterns in it – I am obsessed with the mushroom one. Obsessed.
You can get the paper 2 ways (and both make the paper free!) First – free with any $50 purchase – that way you just get the paper. Which is all you need to make the card in this tutorial.
Or, if you want the matching stamp set (which doesn’t include a mushroom – but does have images that match all the other patterns) – you can get BOTH the Paper and the Stamp set Free with a $100 purchase
I do have 2 more tutorials coming up – both using the stamps, papers AND dies. The stamp that goes with this paper is the fern leaf and will be used in one of my tutorials. Please know that all of these are available only in March – but also while supplies last. Several items from Sale-A-Bration are running out – so if you want them – get them now!
The stamps I used for this card are in the Annual Catalog and are part of a charming bundle on their own. I have an upcoming card planned with them used with their own dies and using all items from the Annual Catalog.
The mushroom is PERFECT for working on your blending technique with the Blends. If you are still getting the blending technique down with the alcohol markers, I have some tips included in the video.
Here is my March special – the weekend got away from me and I didn’t get my Camp special up – so I am going to try to get TWO Facebook Lives in this week – so I will do a one day special for the first one of those and incorporate a special in with that!
When you place an order via my online store in March and use the Host Code UBCYMET9 at check out – you will receive a packet of metallic brads with your Thank You Card!
The great thing about the Painted Seasons bundle is that both the paper and the stamps work so well together – but they both mix and match with so many other Stampin’ Up! products as well. I have put together a playlist of my videos that have all of the tutorials I have up so far using either the stamps or the paper. Just click the picture below to go catch any you may have missed!