Pomegranate berries

Another card from the Oh, So Lovely stamp set by Stampin’ Up! If I remember correctly, this is the first card I made from this set. I also have to comment here, that I find I use the hostess sets the most often, Baroque Motifs excepted.

I don’t often use ribbons and bits and bobs on my cards much either, but since I lashed out and bought the ribbon I had to get it onto a card some how. I like how they look on cards, but somehow I feel a bit awkward when I try to use them. I used;-

  • Stamp Sets – Oh, So Lovely and Linen BG
  • Card Stock – Pruely Pomegranate, Very Vanilla, Outlaw DSP
  • Ink – Chocolate Chip, Purely Pomegranate, Sage Shadow, Pretty in Pink
  • Accessories – Purely Pom double stitch ribbon.

What else can I tell you about this card. The BG was double stamped in the Pink and Pom inks. I usually double stamp the Linen, either in a light and dark shade or 2nd generation stamp straight over the top. It gives the image more depth and texture. The Outlaw DSP was just a left over scrap from a previous card. I really wanted to use some of this paper without cutting out a new size so I made the scrap fit. I also used Choc Chip to stamp the main image as Black Stazon would have been to harsh a colour to use.

I’d love to hear from you so please leave a comment. Don’t be shy.

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3 thoughts on “Pomegranate berries

  1. kristie1007

    Hey Miss Treez, that’s another stunning card! I love this set too and have used it heaps! It always looks so simple and elegant. I really like the way you’ve stamped the berry stems twice…. mmmmm another idea for me to ‘borrow’.


  2. Beautiful card! How did you tie that ribbon so perfectly?


  3. Cath

    Very impressed with your site, Treez. Just found the link while surfing. You are a very talented lady and cant wait to catch up for some lessons and a chat. Keep up with the amzing work. Im very envious. CU soon Cath 🙂

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