Buffalo check clothing and home decor items are definitely this year's hottest trend.
The Buffalo Check Background Stamp has been helping papercrafters follow this trend. Did you know that you can easily turn the Buffalo Check Background Stamp image into plaid? A ruler and the thin tip of a Stampin' Blends is what I prefer to use. Today's project started out with the Buffalo Check look, but quickly became plaid.
Ta-da! This card has a plaid background, which is perfect with the image from the Country Home Stamp Set.
Card Base: 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" Whisper White Cardstock, scored at 4 1/4".
First Layer: 1 5/8" x 5 1/2" Pumpkin Pie Cardstock
Second Layer: 1 1/2" x 5 1/2" Whisper White Cardstock. Use Bermuda Bay Ink on the Buffalo Check Background Stamp and ink up the piece of Whisper White Cardstock. Use a ruler and the thin tip of a Pumpkin Pie Stampin' Blends to add additional lines.
Third Layer: Use Early Espresso Cardstock on a Layering Oval Framelit and put it through the Big Shot.
Fourth Layer: Use Whisper White Cardstock and stamp the images from the Country Home Stamp Set in Black Memento Ink. Use Paper Snips to cut it out.
To have create a vase, cut off the handle and the spout on the pitcher image. Use Stampin' Blends to color the images. Attach it to the Third Layer with Mini Dimensionals. Add a bow from the 1/4" Copper Trim and attach it with a Glue Dot. The final touch is to add a Basic Pearl to the flower.
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The inside and outside of the house is decorated for Christmas. Our photo Christmas cards are ordered. All the Christmas gifts have been ordered. And, all my November Stamp Clubs' orders are done. Now, I'm working on the make & takes and prizes for my team's Christmas party, which is on Sunday. I love getting the Christmas to-do list done early, so we can enjoy all the different activities of the season without rushing and being stressed. Thank you for stopping by today. Have a wonderful Wednesday!!!