Hey dear friends!
Welcome to Winnie & Walter’s Septemeber Rerun feature.
First of all, I cannot believe it is September already! I thought it was first of July just a few days ago. Wow! How fast did July and August go by? Unbelievable! Anyway, this month’s rerun stamp set is called Typecast: Cary stamp set.
This set will be on sale this month at Winnie & Walter store. There is plenty of inspirations by designers on Winnie & Walter Blog and there is also a challenge that runs for this month. Of course with the challenge there are prizes as well. Check out Winnie & Walter Blog for more details.
This is my inspiration using Typecast Cary stamp set.
I used pastel coloured inks from Altenew to stamp the alphabets from the stamp set on a white panel. The colours I used are Pink Diamond, Pink Pearl, Mountain Mist, Minty Mist, Sunkissed and Limestone. Then I layered the panel with vellum die cut using the smaller rectangle die from Essentials: Katherine Cutaway. The tag is die cut using the tag die from the same Essentials Katherine Cutaway using wihte cardstock. Then I stamped the sentiment using the alphabets from Typecast: Cary stamp set and Scenery Stripes stamp set to add stamped details to the tag. I attached the tag to the vellum layer using foam adhesives and added a bow to the tag using white twine. Then to add a bit more detail to the tag, I smooshed the Pink Pearl and Pink Diamond ink pads on a scrap piece of cardstock and die cut two fish tail end banners using the die from Essentials: Katherine Cutaway. Then layered glued them, trimmed into a third and adhered to the tag as shown. No embellishments on this card. I didn’t feel the need for it as this card is more stationery style card. Alternatively a few enamel dots or Nuvo cyrstal drops will be good.
Here are some closeup of the card.
This colours I used on this card is out of my comfort zone. Pastels are not my thing but I do love them especially with lots of white. Hope you like it too.Check out Winnie & Walter Blog for more design team inspirations and details of the challenge. All supplies used to make this card are listed below.