Rooted in Nature

It is going to take me a long, long time to realize the full potential of the Stampin’ Up! Rooted In Nature stamp set. The number and variety of artistic possibilities seems unlimited. I was able to make this card using only one image stamp and one sentiment stamp.

I knew I was going to love this set. It was the detail on this leaf image that first caught my attention. Just beautiful.

There are these adorable little leaf trinkets that can be added which will make your card so stinkin’ cute!

The Stampin’ Dimensionals bring your sentiment to the forefront and kick up the pizzazz factor a level.

And another thing. . . I love what Stampin’ Up! has done with the fonts in this set. The variety of the simple manuscript along with the bold and contemporary cursive lettering is wonderful.

This set also comes with some terrific companion dies that I haven’t even played with yet. So many possibilities.

Stampin’ Up! products used ~ Stamp Set: Rooted In Nature; Cardstock & Envelopes: Very Vanilla, Crumb Cake, and Mossy Meadow; Inks: Pear Pizzaz and So Saffron; Dies: Stitched Shapes; Embellishments: Leaves Trinkets; Adhesives: Stampin’ Dimensionals

4 thoughts on “Rooted in Nature

    1. Hi Chris,
      Thank you so much for your compliment! The ribbon used is some sheer I had on hand. The sheer works because the images show through the ribbon, plus the weight of the ribbon is so light and will fit inside an envelope. And yes, you are right about the wire. I used 28 gauge wire (found in the beading aisle of the craft store) which can be cut with household scissors and wound around a pencil to form the spirals. It is fun to use. However, I would recommend the Metallic Thread found in the Stampin’ Up! annual catalog on page 173, because again, the envelope factor. I really want to be able to mail a card.


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