The Mountain Air Stamp Set and Majestic Mountain Dies are wonderful for making masculine cards.
This set stood out as the most unusual set in the Stampin’ Up! Mini Catalog. It’s uniqueness is in its images, as well as being one of the few “reversible” stamp sets. This means that you can stamp with the detailed side, and turn it over to stamp with the solid side.
I began this clean & simple card with a Sahara Sand card base, and a Sahara Sand mountain range, cut with a Majestic Mountain die. Then, I used a Mountain Air stamp, Early Espresso Ink, and the same die, to make the detailed mountain range. Finally, I used Sponge Daubers to apply Garden Green and Old Olive Inks to the row of trees, Pacific Point Ink to the water, and used its die for cutting.
To add dimension to the scene, I placed the trees & water on a Foam Adhesive Strip and Mini-Dimensionals.
It reminds me of Lake Tahoe.
“Happy Birthday” is from the Clubhouse Stamp Set, stamped in Pacific Point Ink, and cut with a Golf Club die.
I used the detailed stamps and die-cuts on today’s card, but here’s a previous card using a solid stamp. You can click on the card for details.
There’s a “touch of green” on today’s birthday card, and I’m sharing with Seize the Birthday.
The supplies I used are in my Product List below, so click on the pictures, and have fun shopping. My Host Code gift for the month of March is Pearl Basic Jewels (140 total pearls). If you order a minimum of $50.00 in March, I will send you the Pearls in April. YAY!
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