We had a rainy weekend here and that, topped with a sick baby in the house, meant my crafting headed to the basement to create some cards.

I haven’t made cards in ages!  I forgot how much I missed it.

I decided to challenge myself and only bring out a single stamp set – Harvest Berries from Papertrey Ink – to recreate some of the masterpieces I’ve seen on Pinterest.  I know, I’m a plagiarist – but these talented people are the reason I bought the Harvest Berries set to begin with.

I’m a fan of the CAS (clean & simple) look; not too many layers or frills or bling so these were the cards I whipped out with Miss Chloë:

Even the above has more ‘bling’ than I usually like – but I couldn’t resist copying the original.

A little gold embossing on a small wallpaper sample and a few tiny rhinestones for interest.

I loved the colours and angled front piece that Maille shared.

This one might be my favourite; single layer, two colours (and black), and so pretty!

The Harvest Berries stamp set is of ginkgo biloba leaves – famous for helping in memory retention and recollection – so the sentiment with the set is perfect.

I could have kept going for ages – the Harvest Berries stamp set is so pretty for being mainly leaves.

If you’d like this set, click here to find it on the Papertrey Ink website.  (not an affiliate link).

Harvest Berries, Papertrey Ink, stamp set

 

If you’d like a million more ideas on how to use this $15 set, click over to Pinterest.

Now that I have a small stash, I might actually get some cards out for all of those March birthdays I missed!

Have a great one!