Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Garden Bench Collection - Judi Kauffman Guest Designer


Meet our newest stamps, the Garden Bench Collection. This set was inspired by the Karen Burniston Garden Bench die from Elizabeth Craft Designs which brought back memories of my grandparents' garden bench overlooking Lake Erie.  The collection of sentiments evolved from a brainstorming session with designer Judi Kauffman, so it's very appropriate she had the first opportunity to play with them!





Garden Bench Collection - set of 4 stamps




 




Guest Designer Judi Kauffman created a versatile, elegant card featuring 5 Quietfire Design stamps, the Karen Burniston Garden Bench, All Seasons Tree and Agatha Edges dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs, plus simple embellishments (a crocheted flower or pearl flower button with shank removed). 








 






Customize the card by switching the stamped sentiment and the placement of it, the color palette, and/or embellishments, or by adding leaves to the trees. 

Patterned papers = BoBunny













Of course, if you give a designer some stamps, they will use them! Judi continued on with our other new stamps! 

If You Don't Believe in Miracles - set of 3 stamps






And add a little bling....



Many thanks to Judi for sharing her talents with us! Now show us what you can do with our new stamps!
Thanks for visiting today.
Suzanne

13 comments:

  1. These are stunning projects, so beautiful and elegant! You have made my day....and it's my Birthday today so that is something!!!! :O)

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  2. just beautiful ,im loving these stamps .

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  3. Judi, you've done it again! Beautiful work.

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  4. Lovely cards. Wonderful stamps! So many stamps so little time…

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  5. Love these new stamps...and great examples!

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  6. Great idea! It is pretty and versatile!

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  7. Wow! Great project and fantastic stamps!

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  8. Thank you for the compliments - they definitely go to Suzanne for the stamps and Karen for the die!

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  9. I forgot to sing Happy Birthday to Anne! Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you (I sound much better on a computer keyboard than in person)

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  10. Nice... I like your project;) thank you, -con

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  11. What a lovely card Judi. I like how you can change out the sentiments to suit all occassions.

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    1. Thanks, Raquel. Not only can you change the sentiments, you can switch embellishments or add leaves to the tree or more grass in front of the bench, or an entirely different color combination - it's endless! I know the stamps and that bench will end up in my cards for years and years.

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