Saturday, 24 April 2021

Social Stamping - Neutrals

Great to be back Social Stamping with Kelly Kent and friends, with a theme this month of "Neutrals" (being one of the colour families Stampin' Up! produce).

I've kept a simple colour palette this time rather than trying to cram all the colours in.

I've also used some of the new product we were able to purchase on preorder from the 2021-22 Annual Catalogue.

Using the broken words image from Quiet Meadow, I've set up my Stamparatus and a piece of Crumb Cake card, stamping the image five times with Soft Suede ink. I've repeated this with a second piece of cardstock.  I've matted one piece with Night of Navy cardstock and the other with Mossy Meadow. These have both been added to a base of Soft Suede cardstock.

Next I diecut some of the silhouette images from Meadow Dies out of Early Espresso cardstock and stuck them over the words.

I've also stamped a greeting from Quiet Meadow and Soft Suede ink onto Crumb Cake and trimmed before matting in the same colours as above. These were attached using Stampin' Dimensionals.

I think these cards would be lovely for a masculine take or could be switched out to something brighter for a female friend.

These new products are fabulous and you'll see me me using them a lot!

I don't have a favourite this time - do you?

Hopefully you'll find lots of inspiration as you hop around the rest of the Social Stamping friends.

Next up we're back to Australia to see what Andrea has for us:

If you have any issues along the hop, click here to go back to Kelly and the master list.


  1. These are both wonderful! I don't have a favourite, but I really love the idea of the stamparatus and the die cut being the star of the show!! Thankyou for the amazing inspiration - I think you've just nudged this suite onto the 'yes please' list away from the maybe list!!!

  2. Two gorgeous cards Sandra. Like you I don’t have a favourite - both are lovely. I love the way you have combined Night of Navy and Mossy Meadows as mattes. I love this SU bundle but haven’t had a play as yet - I now what to get it out and play. I hadn’t paid much attention to the broken words - you have shown them beautifully. Xxx

  3. Love your use of the broken words as a background. Both colour combinations are winners for me!

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