Stampin’ Up! Reflected In Nature Card for Sunday Stamps

I used the Stampin’ Up! Reflected In Nature stamp set from the upcoming July-December 2021 Mini Catalog to create my card for the Sunday Stamps Sketch Challenge this week.

Here is the sketch for Sunday Stamps SSC262.  Be sure to stop by the challenge blog to play along too!

I started by adhering a panel from the Beauty Of The Earth DSP (on sale for 15% off through August 2) to the front of an Early Espresso card base with Multipurpose Liquid Glue.  Then I cut a panel of Beauty Of The Earth DSP with one of the Stitched Rectangle Dies four times and I adhered the die cuts to the card front with Stampin’ Seal so that they were overlapped in the center area.

I stamped the image from the Reflected In Nature stamp set (available August 3) in Early Espresso ink on a panel of Basic White card stock with the Stamparatus to ensure sold coverage.  I tore the card stock along the edges of the stamped image and then adhered the stamped panel to a panel of Early Espresso card stock with Stampin’ Seal.  I adhered the layered panel to the card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

I stamped the sentiment from the Reflected In Nature stamp set in Misty Moonlight ink on a panel of Basic White card stock and then cut the sentiment out with one of the openings in the Messages Die.  I cut a panel of Beauty Of The Earth DSP with that same opening and then trimmed the ends off both banners.  I adhered the banners to the card front with Stampin’ Seal and then added two Brushed Metallic Adhesive-Backed Dots (available August 3) to finish the card front.

I adhered a strip of Beauty Of The Earth DSP to the bottom of a panel of Basic White card stock to finish the inside of the card.

You can see a list of supplies used to create this project, including the card stock cuts, at the very bottom of this blog post.

I’ve created a printable PDF with written instructions and a list of products used to create this project.  You can download, print and/or save it by clicking this image:

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Card stock cuts for this project:

  • Early Espresso – 4-1/4″ x 11″ card base scored at 5-1/2″, 3-1/8″ x 3-3/8″ panel
  • Basic White – 3-1/4″ x 3-1/2″ panel torn along the edges, Messages die cut, 4″ x 5-1/4″ panel (inside card)
  • Beauty Of The Earth Designer Series Paper – 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ panel, four Stitched Rectangle die cuts, Messages die cut, 1/2″ x 4″ strip (inside card)

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8 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Reflected In Nature Card for Sunday Stamps

  1. So, I was wondering if the Stamp set was an extra-challenging task. I had it on my list to purchase during pre-order and changed my mind when I heard a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator say something about it being an unusual challenge. Although I love the beautiful image and think it has lots of possibilities.

    • It’s really not difficult to use at all! It’s such a beautiful image, definitely pick it up before it retires. 🙂

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