June Stamp Set of the Month + Sneak Peek #3

Wanna see the last two In Colors??? Well let me introduce you!


The brownish color (used on the ribbon and mat part of the stamped image) is the new In Color 09-10 called Soft Suede. The orangey color (in the sunset and as the background of the card) is Dusty Durango.

I made the sunset using a cool technique I learned (I will post a tutorial when I get around to it). I used the following colors in the sunset: Rich Razzleberry, Dusty Durango, Melon Mambo, and Crushed Curry. The colors worked well for what I was doing.

Notice that little sentiment? It is in a brand new sentiment stamp set called Teeny Tiny Wishes. This is the ultimate sentiment stamp set. It has 24 sentiments in it featuring all sorts of holidays and non-holiday sentiments!!! I will be using this stamp set quite a bit on my sneak peeks this month so be on the look out for more cute sentiments coming up!

Now, lets talk about the Stamp Set of the Month for JUNE!! I have decided to pick the stamp set featured on the above card, which is called Lovely as a Tree:

This stamp set is a very old stamp set in Stampin’ UP time, and I am not surprised that it keeps making its way into the catalogs. This stamp set is timeless and there are so many great techniques that can be done with this set. With all that said, I want YOU to own this stamp set so I am offering it for 10% off all month long!!! I will also be showing some projects showcasing this stamp set during the month of June (along with all the great sneak peeks).

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6 thoughts on “June Stamp Set of the Month + Sneak Peek #3

  1. Stunning Card!!! I am loving the new in colors. Dusty Durango is my favorite…but I am partial to fall colors. Thanks for the inspiration.

  2. Stunning card. I was not sure I was going to like the new in colors…but they are wonderful..My favorite is the dusty durango..but I am parcial to fall colors. Thanks for the inspiration.

  3. Samantha that is just gorgeous. I can’t wait to see the tutorial for the background. And I finally bought that set just for cards like this.

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