The card I have to share today is using the Magical Meadow Bundle. The scenes in this set remind me more of mountains than meadows. And I love them!
Stamps and Dies
This beautiful tree image is from the Magical Meadows stamp set. The fun shape is actually the shape of the image and it’s matching Die. I really like the rugged look it gives. The sentiment is from the, in my opinion, must have stamp set titled Go To Greetings. This set has a few regularly used sentiment in a couple of sizes. I really love it and use it quite often. The sentiment was stamped and then the edges were angle cut with Paper Snips.
This beautiful greenery paper is from the Joy of Christmas Designer Series Paper. It is definitely not just Christmas paper! These leaves have such beautiful shades of green that I was able to use Shaded Spruce card stock and Old Olive ink for a perfect pairing.
This is a fairly simple card but has several different texture details. The strip behind the focal area is embossed using the Distressed Tile Embossing Folder. That is definitely a favorite folder. I also added a strip of the Wavy Trim to carry more of the Mountain theme. And the thin ribbon behind the trim is actually Soft Sea Foam Seam Binding. I was looking for a soft green and this was perfect. Sadly it is a retired ribbon, but it worked for me. I am sure you have ribbon in your stash that would work as well. The final touch is a scattering of the green Adhesive Backed Speckled Dots.
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