Friday, September 30, 2011

Rustic Thank You

Hello everyone!  Hope you all had a fantastic week.  If you didn't already know, I love primitive and rustic decor, especially twig wreaths.  I have them all over my house!  I love the simplicity and texture of these wreaths.  So when I saw this stamp set, I just had to have it.



This card is very simple but I love the rustic feel to it.  I used Glossy Accents on some of the berries to give it some shine and dimension.  Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

Thanks for stopping by!






Supplies Used:
Stamps: CTMH: Remarkable Wreath
Paper:  Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Barn Red
Accessories:  Button Twine, Glossy Accents, Stampin Dimensionals

6 comments:

The Autocrat: Haley said...

That is way cute! Lovin' your style too!

Rebekah said...

I can't decide if I am rustic or country or French Country or just combo of all three and then some, BUT...I like your sign. Something even a non crafter like me could do.

Nancy Guse said...

Great card. I enjoyed looking at you blog it is wonderful! Thank you for your nice comment.

Anonymous said...

I just bought this set too! Love the card you made with it. I was wondering about stamping the twig wreath and then using versa mark and embossing with CTMH cranberry EP on the berries. The EP was a thought after I had the stamp set. I guess I can play with it when it comes. I also bought their red sparkles but thing that will be too sparkly. Of course we could use a dark orange and rust color for bittersweet berries! Anyway, hope to see other things made with this set. Love your blog.

Chris R. from Iowa

Amy Papale said...

Hi Chris R. & Rebekah,
Thank you for your comments! I agree with you Chris, I think the sparkles would be too much but I love the idea of using the Cranberry EP on the berries. I didn't have any of that so I used the glossy accents to give a little shine. The EP would be terrific! I was thinking the same thing with the rust color for the bittersweet. That would be so awesome!

Ann Schach said...

Wow, Amy! I love this! Clean, classy and rustic, too! A perfect combination!