Stepping it Up: Nature’s Harvest

Are you ready to be inspired by crazy-beautiful cards? We’ve got you covered with projects using the Nature’s Harvest Stamp Set. Take a look below to see a description of how to create each of these lovelies!
CASUAL
To make the casual card, stamp the floral images in Crumb Cake ink on Basic White Thick Cardstock, then add color using Watercolor Pencils. Pro tip: Vary the pressure on your pencil to change the depth of color and use an Early Espresso pencil to increase the shading. (Notice the eye-catching use of Stampin’ Dimensionals for this card. The flowers practically jump off the page!)
AVID
We’re a little bit in love with the Designer Series Paper combination on this card. And the look is so easy to achieve. Simply use the Harvest Dies to cut the strips of Designer Series Paper. Stamp “Merci” on one of the strips for one more pretty layer. Pull on the Gold 3/8″ (1 cm) Shimmer Ribbon edges to create a gorgeous accent.
ARTFULLY AVID
Our artfully avid version includes deep, rich colors created with the wide brush Water Painter to make the Linen Specialty Paper really come to life. Use Paper Snips to clean strings off the edges of the paper, and there you have it! Is this not a stunning card? You may want to make this one to frame and hang on your wall!

Below are all the supplies needed to create this card (along with some basics in your stamping lair!). Of course, feel free to substitute anything you might have to put your own personal touch on these projects; for instance, I might use Stampin’ Blends instead of Color Pencils! Fun! If you have any questions about these beautiful products or how to get these products in the Ultimate Bundle by joining my Stampin’ Up! team, the Up North Stampin’ Gang, just email me here!

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