Saturday, September 5, 2015

Jacksonville Starz September Blog Hop

Good Morning, I am so glad you were able to join us for our September edition of the Jacksonville Starz Blog Hop.  You may just be starting the blog hop or may have come from Maria Willis' blog.  This month we are inspired by the season "Fall".  So follow the hop to see what our amazing Starz have created.  
When I think of Fall I think of the changing colors.  I tried to translate that in my card.  

The stamp sets used were Vintage Leaves, Banner Blessings and Me = Grateful along with the Leaflets Framelits Collection.  I used the Baby Wipe technique to get a variegated color, using Classic Stampin' Ink Refills from the Regals color collection.  My base is Very Vanilla cardstock cut to 4 1/8 x 10 3/4 scored at 5 3/8 and backed with a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 piece of Mossy Meadow card stock and matted with a 4 x 5 1/4 piece of Lost Lagoon cardstock.  I stamped the leaf onto a piece of Vanilla cut to 4 x 5 1/8 then cut it out.  The piece was added to the card front with Stampin' Dimensionals, to pop it up, and the leaf cutout was placed it inside the space. I love the simplicity of the vanilla with a touch of color.

The next stop on the hop is Susan Best.  Thanks for visiting and I hope to see you next month.

 Full Jax Starz Blog Hop Line-Up!

Amanda Sevall - www.amandasevall.
Cari Verschueren - Creative Paper Crafting 



  1. Beautifully simplistic Rose! I love how you mixed your ink colors for this!

  2. Very pretty card Rose Ann. I love the baby wipe always makes for beautiful creations.

  3. What a great use of those stamp sets Rose Ann! I love how you did the inside of the card as well -- just beautiful!! :)

  4. I love the simplicity of this card a lot and the baby wipes technique
    Barb S (FL)

  5. I keep seeing beautiful cards like yours using the baby wipe technique. I need to get some more reindeers so that I can try this because I just love the subtle beauty of your card!

  6. Great card, Simple and Colorful both in and out! The use of the baby wipe technique makes this so easy and beautiful.