Welcome to Throwback Thursday! Today, a few of our design team members are revisiting the Harvest Berries stamp set.

“The Harvest Berries set has the prettiest leaves and I thought how appropriate they would be to use on a sympathy card. The leaves are perfect when you don’t want anything to flowery, but yet is still elegant at the same time.”

Supplies:

  • STAMPS: Harvest Berries, Words of Comfort
  • INK: True Black, Harvest Gold, Olive Twist, Versamark
  • PAPER: watercolor, Kraft
  • DIES: Noted: Simply Stitched A2 Vertical
  • OTHER: water brush, foam tape

CLICK HERE to visit Heather’s blog to see more!

“I am always on the lookout for card designs that are easy to mass produce, especially around the Holidays!  The gorgeous leaves in Harvest Berries are perfectly sized and bold enough to not need a lot of additional elements, making this set ideal for mass production.  The timeless and elegant images work amazingly for many different occasions, making this set one that I will reach for over and over again!”

Supplies:

  • STAMPS:  Harvest Berries, You Made My Day
  • INK:  Weathervane, True Black
  • PAPER:  Stamper’s Select White, Harvest Gold, Luxe Gold
  • DIES:  Harvest Berries, Noted: Simply Stitched
  • OTHER:  Foam Tape

CLICK HERE to visit Laurie’s blog to see more!

“I’ve always loved Harvest Berries and its delicate, leafy branches, but it has been a little while since I last used it. I’ve been inspired by some of the unconventional autumn color palettes I’ve seen lately and I thought this set would lend itself beautifully to one such combo. So I tucked away the oranges and greens and went in a totally unique direction. Stop by to see how a non-traditional color scheme made me fall in love with this set all over again!”

Supplies:

  • STAMPS: Harvest Berries, Forest Floor: Autumn, Cover Up: Grid
  • INK: Dark Indigo, Weathervane, Sweet Blush, VersaMark
  • CARDSTOCK: Weathervane, White
  • DIES: Harvest Berries Die, Forest Floor: Autumn Die, Sentiment Splits: Curve Vertical Die
  • OTHER: Foam Tape, White Embossing Powder, Clear Rhinestones

CLICK HERE to visit Lizzie’s blog to see more!

Heather Nichols

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