Branch Out in Regal Rose

Stampin up branching out
With crabapple trees in spectacular bloom around my neighborhood, I thought I could use a little artistic license by including Regal Rose on my Branch Out tree.  All colors for my design were part of the Kwerner Color Inspiration #51 (Chocolate, Mustard, Rose and White).  TIP:  By using plenty of white, the feel of this card remained fresh and spring-like.
  • I stamped the Branch Out tree in Chocolate Chip on Whisper White card stock.
  • I layered the "leaves" in Regal Rose
  • The birdhouse was stamped in More Mustard.  TIP:  I missed the branch I was headed for (apparently too confident at the time).  A Stampin' Up! Chocolate Chip Marker saved the day by allowing me to connect it to the tree.
  • The top left corner was cropped with a Corner Rounder Punch.  TIP:  A little asymmetry can add a subtle splash to a basic card.
  • Layers of More Mustard and Regal Rose card stock were adhered to a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" card base of Whisper White (scored at the top).  The bottom corners were shaped with a Corner Rounder Punch.
  • Before attaching the tree image, I wrapped luscious Regal Rose 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon around the card base.
  • Three More Mustard brads provide a sweet detail and pop of color.
  • Stampin up kwerner color inspiration 51 The sentiment is from Stampin' Up!'s Sweet Serendipity.  I stamped it in both Chocolate Chip and More Mustard. 
  • The chocolate version was given a new "figure" using a Large Oval Punch.
  • The More Mustard image was snipped out and mounted on the chocolate version with Stampin' Dimensionals.  TIP:  Stampin' Dimensionals are easy to cut and customize to any shape.
  • The new Scallop Oval Punch (exclusively in the Stampin' Up! Occasions Mini Catalog–click to download) coordinates beautifully as a Regal Rose background mat for the sentiment.
TO LINE AN ENVELOPE:
  • Sweet Always Designer Series Paper was cut just a tad narrower than the envelope and tucked inside.  Click here for details on Stampin' Up!'s May Designer Paper Promotion
  • I flipped the envie over and cut to remove the excess around the flap. 
  • To create the pretty white edge, I carefully cut off about 1/4" of the top of the designer paper. 
  • I adhered the liner only at the top.  It will stay in place perfectly.
  • Using a Scor-Pal (www.ucutathome.com), I added a crease on the DP for easy closure.
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Stamp Set:  Branch Out (113200), Sweet Serendipity (113626)
Paper:  Whisper White (100730), More Mustard (100946), Regal Rose (105130)
Ink:  More Mustard (103162), Regal Rose (105211), Chocolate Chip (100908), Stampin' Up! Chocolate Chip Marker (100071)
Cool Tools:  Large Oval Punch (107305), Scallop Oval Punch (114889, Occasions Mini Catalog), Corner Rounder Punch (109047)
The Perfect Touch:  Regal Rose 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon (109056), Earth Elements Brads (106955), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

Envelope:  Stampin' Up! Medium White Envelope (107301), Sweet Always (112468)

Branch out
Sweet serendipity

9 Comments:

  1. Mary I love this card…so sad this stamp set didn’t make it into our Aussie catalogue this year 🙁

    Thanks for all the tips you always include!

  2. Gorgeous card – Mary!!! Love this Set too and I just ordered it tonight – how funny is that?!? The colors and the simple layout rocks :)!!!

  3. Mary that was no mistake on the birdhouse, you just left room for the hanging device. Love the colors and what a coincidence that all the required colors were in that sweet paper. Love the envelope, the final touch to a beautiful card. One of my favorite stamp sets.

  4. Tell me….do you ever have a bad “stamp” day?? lol… Love this card!

  5. colleen kramer

    Very nice! Love all the white space–and this is such a great set to use with this unusual color combo!

  6. Mary, you’ve given me several reasons lately to need that stamp set. This one is the final straw. I’m going for it! Love the colors and the simplicity of the design. Great work!

  7. You’ve done so many varied and beautiful cards with this set…just might have to get it. I almost have enough in my “stamp-money jar” to do something with. Mary Jo

  8. I never get tired of seeing Branch Out. It’s such a fun, beautiful set! Never get tired of seeing those Design papers, either!

  9. Very nice looking card. As always, love the color combinations. Also, thanks for the many tips that you offer along with your cards displays

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