I was really pleased to see the stamp set 'Sheltering Tree' had been carried over into the new annual catalogue.
It's such a lovely set and easy to get great looking cards with not a lot of effort or experience in cardmaking needed.
Taking a piece of 'Whisper White' cardstock i stamped the tree in 'Early Espresso' and the blossom in 'Powder Pink' to match the dsp i had chosen.
A little tuft of grass is stamped in 'Old Olive' around the trunk of the tree.
The sentiment from the same stamp set is simply stamped along the top of the card.
Layering this onto some 'Powder Pink' cardstock to give a slight border at either side i adhered this onto my card base covered in the dsp leaving a slightly wider edge to let the pattern of the paper show.
I think this card would make a nice get well or sympathy card but you could change the sentiment and it would be suitable for a birthday card etc too.
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