Stampin’ Up! Many Blessings for Amy’s Inkin’ Krew Team Blog Hop

Welcome back to another Inkin’ Krew team blog hop!  Our very talented team is doing a blog hop featuring Stampin’ Up! products.  Our theme this month is “Giving Thanks”.  My card features the Country Lane Designer Series Paper and the Many Blessings stamp set from the Holiday catalog.  Here is what I created:

I am also participating in the As You See It Challenge #186 – Flag Me Down:

The coordinating patterns in the Country Lane DSP are so much fun to create with, loved playing with them for this sketch.   Begin by cutting the strips in graduating widths and lengths, following the paper cut dimensions listed at the bottom of this post.  The woodgrain print DSP is 3/4″ wide, Cajun Craze card stock is 1″ wide, cotton boll print DSP is 1-1/2″ wide and the pumpkin trellis print DSP is 2″ wide.  Use the Banner Triple Punch to flag the ends of each strip.

Use the Pinewood Planks embossing folder to add texture to a panel of Whisper White card stock.  Adhere the banners even with the top edge of the embossed panel, layering as you work, applying Multipurpose Liquid Glue along the top 1/2″ only, so the banner ends are free.  Then adhere the completed piece to a panel of Cajun Craze card stock.  Wrap a length of Braided Linen Trim around the top edge, tie a double knot, trim the ends and fray them a bit.  Use Stampin’ Dimensionals to adhere the completed layer to the front of an Early Espresso card base.

Use Early Espresso ink to stamp the sentiment from the Many Blessings stamp set on a panel of Whisper White card stock.  Use the punch from the Darling Label Punch Box set to cut out it out.  Cut a square from Cajun Craze card stock with the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies to mat the sentiment. After adhering with Glue, add four Mint Macaron colored Faceted Dots to the corners.  Adhere the sentiment piece to the card front with Dimensionals.

Adhere a 1/2″ wide strip of DSP along the edge of a panel of Whisper White card stock which is then adhered to a panel of Cajun Craze card stock.  Then adhere the completed layer to the inside of the card with Glue.  Ready to go!

*** You can find a complete list of supplies for this project, including card stock cuts, at the very bottom of this post.

Alright, on with the hop!  Click on the Next Blog button to move forward to Aurora Lopez’s  project or click the Previous Blog button to move back to see the project that Mary Deatherage created.

  1. Julie Johnston
  2. Karen Finkle
  3. Karen Ksenzakovic
  4. Jaimie Babarczy
  5. Linda Richenberg
  6. Connie Troyer
  7. Shirley Gentry
  8. Mary Deatherage
  9. Sue Prather – you are here!
  10. Aurora Lopez
  11. Amy Koenders


Click on the image above to open a full size PDF with the product information.  And here is a description and price list with the item numbers noted:

Small Grid Paper Grid paper perfectly sized to fit the Stamparatus, for precision stamp alignment every time. (50 sheets) 149621 $6.50
Stamparatus Plates (Imperial) Additional plates allow you to have multiple stamp arrangements ready to go! (2 plates) 149693 $15.00
Stamparatus Foam Mat Extra foam mat for photopolymer stamping. (1 mat) 150081 $3.00
Stamparatus Accessories Pack (Imperial) Includes Stamparatus plates (Imperial), grid paper, foam mat 151049 $24.50
Magnets Magnets for the Stamparatus. Man these things are strong! Rare earth magnets are great but are brittle by nature. (2 magnets) 148213 $12.00

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*** Card Stock cuts for this project:

  • Early Espresso CS – 4-1/4″ x 11″ panel scored at 5-1/2″ for card base
  • Cajun Craze CS – 1″ x 3-1/4″ strip for banner/flag, (cut 2) 3-7/8″ x 5-1/8″ panels for mats, 2-1/2″ x 2-1/2″ panel for die cut mat
  • Whisper White CS – 2-1/2″ x 2-1/2″ panel for sentiment, (cut 2 ) 3-3/4″ x 5″ panels
  • Country Lane DSP – 3/4″ x 4-1/8″ strip, 1-1/2″ x 3-5/8″ strip, 2″ x 2-5/8″ for banners/flags, 1/2″ x 5″ strip for inside card panel

Stampin’ Up! products used to create this project:

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18 Responses to Stampin’ Up! Many Blessings for Amy’s Inkin’ Krew Team Blog Hop

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  4. So pretty Sue! Love your mix of fall papers and your sentiment is perfect! 🙂

  5. Susan K says:

    Great take on the sketch–i love your banners and choices of paper. Those dots add a cute touch. TFS.

  6. Great card, Sue! Your use of the Country Lane DSP is wonderful.

  7. Lovely, cleanly designed card. You really let that gorgeous DSP shine! 🙂

  8. ksenzak1 says:

    Perfect card Sue. I just love the way you layered your banners. Simply beautiful.

  9. Aurora Lopez says:

    Very pretty Sue, great way to show off that gorgeous DSP! 🙂

  10. Oh, I like this! Great seeing a use for the newest punch too. 🙂

  11. Perfectly created for the sketch…you’re giving me some competition for that challenge…lol.

  12. shirleyg7 says:

    Sue, I will let you guess if I like, but let’s just say I am CAS(E)ing because it is so cute and clean and easy for people like me. Thank you.

  13. Great use of DSP. A very pretty card!

  14. Love love love your banners. Great mix of patterns.

  15. janclothier says:

    The banners really show off those beautiful papers well. The mat layer really helps bring out the warmth in the colours. Thank you for joining us at As You See It this week.

  16. LeAnne says:

    This is lovely inside AND out! These papers certainly are very pretty for the sketch, but I really love how you did your sentiment! Very clever! Thanks for playing with our challenge this week!

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