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Welcome to my Waterfront Week.  I am showing you projects with this great, versatile set all week.

You will find in the set there are a mountain shape, a circle (for sun), trees, a little hut and then there are a few squiggly shapes.  It’s only up to your imagination what  you do with them.

When I first start with a stamp set I have a look around Pinterest for ideas.  It’s always good to CASE a card first to get a feel for the set (ie.  CASE = Copy and Share Everything).  Stampers are good sharers. 🙂

The first card I created with this set was simply stamping the images.

This card was CASED from Helen Read in the UK. You can find her original card -> HERE.

This is a simple scene with the mountains, trees and the lake.  The sentiments are really lovely in this set too.  I finished it off with some Linen Thread.

Another idea I saw from on Pinterest by Su Mohr. You can see it HERE. was stamping a line of trees in greens.  I took that idea and created this next card.

The colours I used for the trees are Garden Green, Emerald Envy, Old Olive and Pear Pizzazz.  I stamped the “ground” in Crumb Cake.  Under the white card I added a strip of Copper Foil before adhering it to the paper from the Color Theory Designer Series Paper Stack.  I think this paper has been feeling a little bit neglected lately.

Sentiment is from Eastern Beauty set and stamped in Soft Suede.  The white card was cut from the Smallest Framelit in the Layering Squares set then adhered to a square cut in Copper Foil using the Stitched Shapes Framelits.  I don’t know why I bother putting these Framelits away really.  I used them all the time.

More with this set tomorrow so stop on by.


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