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Stamp Review Crew: Serene Silhouettes Edition

Posted by on October 19, 2014


It’s time again for another Stamp Review Crew blog hop! This time we are featuring the Serene Silhouettes stamp set, which is available in wood mount, clear mount, and digital. (I will be using the digital version for my projects today.) You may have just arrived from Heidi Bak’s blog, or if you are going backwards from  Mike Funke’s Blog. No worries, even if you are starting here. All of the blogs link in a circle, so you won’t miss a single amazing project. If you get stuck, you can always click the link to the Stamp Review Crew to take you to the master list.

These different leaves and trees are great for so many things! I decided to use the trees to make place cards for Thanksgiving Dinner. I used the color tool in My Digital Studio to add a fallish touch to the leaves. I printed them out and then mounted them on Chocolate Chip Cardstock to make the place card.

Thanksgiving Place Cards by Yapha

Your next stop is over to Mike Funke’s blog. I can’t wait to see what amazing project he has! Thanks for hopping with us today.



6 Responses to Stamp Review Crew: Serene Silhouettes Edition

  1. Yapha's MOM

    perfect look!

  2. Heidi Baks

    Such pretty trees. I love the touches you can add with MDS!

  3. Tanya Boser

    These look so much better than my psychedelic trees on the blog hop buttons, lol! Love the way you made then so colorful 🙂

  4. Mike

    So clever to use these as name tags. Color could dictate which season they represent! Great use of these images!

  5. Nancy

    Love these, Yapha! What a great idea to make place cards.

  6. Adriana

    What a great idea and they look wonderful! I’m so used to seeing this image used as a silhouette, I almost forgot it could be used with color, lol. TFS!