I don’t think I am exaggerating when I say the In Good Taste Suite seems to be on everyone’s radar now that the 2020-2021 Stampin’ Up! Catalog has hit! I mean, what’s not to like? A stamp set with beautiful sentiments, artsy elements and a huge Designer Series Paper set that has so many fabulous natural designs.
I know I have been going through this set since I got it. Today’s card was inspired by the paper. And I think it is the Designer Papers that will inspire a lot of cards in this suite. I love the neutral tones. And it seems Early Espresso works with almost all of them to add a bit of punch!
I used a combination of Gray Granite and Early Espresso with this. I went many different ways before deciding to go with a very neutral color story and punch it up with the rich brown of the Early Espresso Faux Suede Ribbon. The In Good Taste Wood Elements are just a surprise that adds more texture and makes the card interesting.
What I Used To Make This Card
Paper Pumping For July Is A Sure Fire Winner For Summer!
Did your summers ever include catching fireflies or as we called them, lightning bugs? I am sure fireworks enter into your memories for July 4th! And with most of us staying close to home this summer, wouldn’t it be nice to create something to that captures those wonderful summer nights? The July 2020 Paper Pumpkin is designed to do just that!
Honestly, if you have never tried Paper Pumpkin and I am amazed you haven’t, July is your month! With some darling laser cut luminaries and postcards to send to those who can’t be with you this holiday, this Paper Pumpkin is a box of front porch summer fun!
And what if you ONLY like to make cards? No problem. This month’s Paper Pumpkin will have some “add-ons” that go on sale July 1st to match the set and make full sized cards. There will be enough embellishments and a stamp set to allow you to not only make the kit, but some beautiful cards that capture the night sky perfectly. Here’s a sneak peek! You have the looks of a summer sky during the day, at sunset and the night! I can’t wait to see the stamp set and embellishments to make these.