Today’s the day that the Stampin Up Eden’s Garden special release bundle is available! This is such a pretty bundle that is wonderful for all-occasion cards like the ones I’ve created today, but with Christmas coming up I’ll mention it would also be perfect for Christmas projects. Let’s take a look at it!
The picture above gives you a little idea of how beautiful these products are, but it’s always more fun to see how you can actually use them. Here are a few samples I have created.
Let’s talk about them more below!
Stampin Up Eden’s Garden Video Tutorial
Watch along here to see these gorgeous products and six card samples, as well as to see a wonderful technique to try with your Stamparatus today!
Next let’s take a closer look at the actual products, and then we will look more at each project.
Eden’s Garden Stamps & Eden Dies
Here you can see the Eden’s Garden stamp set and the Eden dies. These nice foliage images can be used in many different ways for beautiful projects all year long. The stamp set includes some really nice greetings as well.
Ever Eden Designer Paper
Take a look at these beautiful prints with gold accents. Wouldn’t these be perfect for Christmas projects? I wish there was a way for you to see up close and feel this paper, but there just isn’t, without ordering it yourself that is.
Let’s take a look at the card samples I’ve created with these products. Here is a very simple card that I stamped first, then embossed. Easy peasy!
Here is another simple card that I created with the Cotton Specialty paper in this collection. I crumpled it up, flattened it back out and attached it to my project, then stamped the foliage and greeting over the top. I used my Stamparatus for the greeting because I needed to stamp it a few times to get the greeting dark enough to be visible.
Here’s another simple sample using some of that beautiful designer paper.
On the next card I used the large foliage die to create the effect of a wreath. I laid it over top of the card front embossed with the Merry Melody embossing folder – a new favorite of mine.
I used the dies on this card as well. I just knew the border die would create a gorgeous edge and it sure does!
Last but not least, let’s look at the sixth card that I created using a fun technique and my Stamparatus. This one is my favorite! And it’s so simple.
For a full explanation of this technique, take a look at the video I linked to above. Basically, to create this card, I mounted the stamp to my Stamparatus, then instead of inking the stamp with an ink pad, I began inking it with sponge daubers. I inked one dauber, applied that color to a certain portion of the stamp, then stamped onto the cardstock. I repeated this using several colors until I liked the end result…I mean loved the end result. I LOVE this card and I MUST make more projects with this technique soon!
While Supplies Last
These products are available for a very short time and are limited time only. Don’t wait to add them to your stamping collection!
Here are the products I used to create these projects along with links to order them in my online store.
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Thanks so much for visiting! Will the Stampin Up Eden’s Garden bundle be on your next stamping supply order?