To Plant a Garden Circle Pattern Stamping Card by Stephanie G.

Hey everyone! Stephanie Gold here and I am so excited to be guest posting for Right At Home Stamps. :) 

Today I put together a fun card for you that is almost a one layer (but is still nice and flat!) that uses the Let Love Grow stamp set. 

To Plant a Garden Circle Pattern Stamping Card by Stephanie G. // rightathomeshop.com/blog

The circular pattern with the veggies was created by first drawing a light circle in pencil and then stamping "corners" as I like to call it.  I continued stamping the corners using different images until my circle was complete, and then I erased the pencil mark.

To Plant a Garden Circle Pattern Stamping Card by Stephanie G. // rightathomeshop.com/blog

For my sentiment I dissected it and then put it back together with dimensional adhesive to pop it up a bit. And the twine on the side is actually back stitched through my card before being tied into a bow. 

To Plant a Garden Circle Pattern Stamping Card by Stephanie G. // rightathomeshop.com/blog

Thank you SO much for having me today!! How are you loving the newest release from RAH? Incredible, right?! Enjoy your week and see you all next time!

Xo,

Stephanie

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Live Life in Full Bloom Card by Nicole // Right at Home Spring Release

Hello spring! Well, kind of. If the weather where you are is anything like it is in MA then you have snow one day and then a couple days of 50 degree weather. Crazy. Luckily, I can make it feel like spring right my own craft room with the help of my Spring Release. Today, I'm sharing a card I made using one of my new stamps...and I think it will have you dreaming of spring!

Live Life in Full Bloom Card by Nicole // Right at Home Spring Release - rightathomeshop.com/blog

For this card I used my Let Love Grow set to stamp some cute succulents in little colorful pots. I used various Hero Arts inks, which have quickly become some of my favorites again, to stamp three pots in a row. Just as a tip, make sure to really clean your stamp in between colors. You may be able to see that my blue post has a slightly green tinge to it. Oops.

Live Life in Full Bloom Card by Nicole // Right at Home Spring Release - rightathomeshop.com/blog

For the center pot, I stamped the largest bloom and added some darker green dots around the petals. I love this little detail as it makes it look like a cactus! I stamped the other two pots with the smaller leaves and added some red dots at the base of them to act as little blooms. I wanted some more color so I knew I had to use some of the other elements that are included in the set.

Live Life in Full Bloom Card by Nicole // Right at Home Spring Release - rightathomeshop.com/blog

Lastly, I white heat-embossed the sentiment which is from my Hoppy Easter set onto a light gray banner. I adhered this who panel to a blue scalloped rectangle and popped the panel onto a kraft card base that I stamped with a woodgrain background stamp. Then as a finishing touch I added some Pretty Pink Posh sequins. They have become my new favorite lately!

Overall, this card is perfect for sending a note to a friend to welcome the upcoming season. Plus, it's a great design to use to get some more mileage out of our favorite inks. 

I hope you like my card!

Nicole

Bloom Where You Are Planted Window Card by Kymona // Let Love Grow Spring Release

Hello everyone!!! Kymona, here today with my fourth post as a design team member!!  I have to say, I love the stamp set that I used today.  Its super cute and can be used all year round.

Take a look at my card:

Bloom Where You Are Planted Window Card by Kymona // Right at Home Design Team - rightathomeshop.com/blog

I love how this card turned out!!  I have plants sitting on my bay window and I wanted to create a card that reminds me of that.

Here's how I created this card:

1. I cut the Neenah Desert Storm Cardstock to an A2 size card, 4.25 by 5.50 scored at 5.50.

2. I stamped the sentiment from Right At Home Let Love Grow Stamp Set using My Favorite Things Hybrid Ink.

3. Then I embossed the card front using Stampin' Up! Brick Wall Textured Impressions Embossing Folde.

4. After that I used Mama Elephant Window Watching Die to create the window on the front of the card.  I used Recollections Heavyweight White and Black Cardstock.

5. The panel that is behind the window, was cut to the same size of the window panel.

6. I used the Right At Home Let Love Grow Stamp Set to stamp the two flowers and pots out of Lawn Fawn Sugarplum and Celery Stick Ink.

7. I added some Clear Wink of Stella to the purple pots.  

Note:  Becareful using the Wink of Stella, I had a boo-boo happen to my first stamp card panel.  I had to start all over.

Bloom Where You Are Planted Window Card by Kymona // Right at Home Design Team - rightathomeshop.com/blog

8. Once the Wink of Stella dried, I added the panel to the back of the window pane using 3M Foam Tape.

9. I attached the entire panel to the front of the card base using 3M Foam Tape.

That's it!!  It looks complicated but trust me when I say it isn't.  

What do you think?  I would love to hear from you.

Thanks for stopping by!
~Kymona