Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Divinity Designs LLC October New Release!

Hi, everyone! It's time for another awesome release from Divinity Designs LLC!!!  Check out THIS POST to see the entire release, designer samples, plus info on how to win some goodies!

Here are the items used in my card sample for today:

Divinity Designs LLC Loads of Love Stamp/Die Duos Divinity Designs LLC Rustic Christmas Paper Pad

Divinity Designs LLC Custom Farm Fence Die Divinity Designs LLC Custom Treat Tags Dies

Divinity Designs LLC Custom Grass Lawn Die Divinity Designs LLC Custom Grass Hill Die

Divinity Designs LLC Custom Pierced Rectangles Dies

For my card, I began by choosing two patterns and two solids from the Rustic Christmas Paper Pad.  The truck and apples from the 'Loads of Love' Stamp/Die Duos set were stamped on white cardstock with Stazon Jet Black, cut out with the custom dies, then backed them with foam tape. I then stamped a 2nd truck onto a solid red sheet from the Rustic Christmas Paper Pad, cut out (by hand) just the truck body and paper-pieced it on top of the first stamped/die cut piece. The apples and truck windows were water-colored. The background was created with a wood-grain pattern; the grassy layers were cut from a solid green sheet with the Grass Hill Die and Grass Lawn Die, with a white 'Farm Fence' Die in between; the plaid frame was cut with from the same paper collection with two dies from the Pierced Rectangles Dies set then popped up with foam tape over the scene. The sentiment was cut out with the Treat Tags Dies and popped up with foam tape.

Divinity Designs LLC: Loads of Love Stamp/Die Duos, Rustic Christmas Paper Pad, Treat Tags Dies, Farm Fence Die, Grass Lawn Die, Grass Hill Die, Pierced Rectangles Dies; Card Designer Angie Crockett

Thanks for hanging out with us today!


Designer for Divinity Designs LLC, Angie Crockett


kiwimeskreations said...

Wonderful card Angie - love your treatment of the truck stamp (and die) to create this wonderful scene

Rebecca JS said...

Love your truck full of apples card! I love the plaid paper you used to frame the scene.