Sunday, September 2, 2018

Winter Woods - What's New at Stampin' Up! Blog Hop


I'm so pleased that you are joining us for our hop. We are a group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrator from around the world who are Hoppin’ With Exciting Ideas to share with you. Today we will feature products from the 2018 Holiday Stampin’ Up! Catalog. I know you will find a lot of wonderful ideas shared today!

The product that I'm sharing with you is a stamp set called Winter Woods. I remember that when I first saw this set, leafing through the new catalogue, I got goosebumps, so I knew I had to have it! I think I realized that it would coordinate so well with the Roots of Nature set from the Annual Catalogue and the old faithful Lovely as a Tree, also from the Annual Catalogue. It is also part of a bundle when you combine it with the In the Woods Framelits, but I didn't make use of those in today's sample. Here it is:


What I did was to create a peaceful, winter woodland scene by adding a deer image from the Dashing Deer stamp set. Here's a closer look:


  • The paper behind the stamped panel is from the Joyous Noel Specialty Designer Series Paper set - so rich with copper metallic accents!
  • The stamped panel is also backed with a Copper Foil sheet.
  • The main fir tree is a single stamp that stamps with different opacity of ink. I added Dazzling Diamonds glitter and Rhinestones for the bling.
  • The background row of trees is stamped in Sahara Sand, with the snow stamped in Pool Party and Dazzling Diamond Glitter added as well. It's a little hard to see in the photograph, but it's very glittery in real life.

  • The deer is stamped in Soft Suede and the sentiment, also from the stamp set, is embossed in Copper Stampin' Emboss Powder.



I hope you enjoyed my design with the Winter Woods stamp set. Now please hop on over to Pia Gerhardt's blog to see what she's done with the Tags & Tidings Bundle!


Or try moving back to Teri Pocock's blog for a creation with Beautiful Blizzard, a great snowflake bundle!



Please take a moment to comment at the bottom of this post and let me know how you liked my projects or ask me a question about the technique used. Don’t forget to scroll back up and keep hoppin’ with us! – Thank you!

Keep Creating!
Heather Cooper

Please contact your Stampin’ Up! demonstrator if you have any questions or to make a product purchase. If you do not have a demonstrator, I would be happy to answer any questions about products, the techniques shown here. If you live in Canada, you can use the below link to order products from me or join my Papercraft Cats team. 


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14 comments :

Joyce Whitman said...

I love your project! It is beautiful! Thank you for sharing!

Jackie Lawless said...

Wow Joyce - this really is a stunning project. You definitely succeeded in creating a peaceful woodland scene. I fell serene just looking at it. Thanks so much for sharing!

Jackie Lawless said...

Sorry, I meant to say Heather - oops!!!!

Book Bling said...

Very pretty. I like that it is so peaceful. Ginny

Teri said...

This is such a gorgeous card Heather! I love the little scene you have created! x

Pat said...

Beautiful use of this set!

Karie Beglau said...

Oh My Heck! I love love love this card! Great Job!!

Tricia Butts said...

Simply beautiful card design. I love the simple elegance created by the designer series paper and the beautiful winter scene. So peaceful and serene. :)

Mary Trautner said...

Breath Taking. Super Job.

Loni Spendlove said...

So peacefully perfect and the layers are lovely!

Pia Gerhardt said...

Beautiful work. Thanks for sharing.

Eunice said...

I really love the serenity of your card Heather. It was fun to 'hop' along and enjoy the projects created by each person. Since it was a group from around the world, it would have been fun to know where each person was from. Thank you for sharing this hop.

Brenda Copper said...

Gorgeous card. I love the copper on copper from the DSP and copper sheets

Jan Clothier said...

This is so beautiful! I love the glittery blinginess of your tree and they way it contrasts with the subtle and serene background.