Pumpkin Blossoms - Unity Stamp Card video tutorial

Hello, I'm so excited to share this Fall card video tutorial with you featuring the Unity Stamp "Pumpkin Blossoms". This is an Itty Bitty stamp, but it is full of fun little details and stamps beautifully! This is my first experience with Unity Stamps and I am impressed with the quality and detail of this stamp. I hope you enjoy this tutorial. As an added bonus, I've included a little trivia on "why" we decorate with pumpkins in the Fall. Do you know the history behind using pumpkins in our decor for Halloween and Fall? Watch the video and you will find out "why". Click on the image below to view the how-to video.


Scroll down for a list of supplies and card dimensions.


View the "how-to" video here or click on the image below.


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Supplies & Dimensions: (see my YouTube video for how to put this card together)

  • Pre-made card base 5" x 7"

  • Patterned paper mat 4 3/4" x 6 3/4"

  • Cream card stock for stamping "Pumpkin Blossoms"

  • Stamp pumpkin topper again for dimensional cutout for front of card

  • Copper card stock

  • "Pumpkin Blossoms" rubber stamp by Unity Stamps (WIB-534)

  • Front sentiments:

  • "Happy", cut two - Hero Arts die

  • Cut one out of orange paper

  • Cut one out of black paper

  • "Fall", cut three - Cricut "Cheerful Seasons" Phrase

  • Cut one out of orange paper @ 1 3/4"

  • Cut two out of green and brown using Phrase Shadow @ 1 3/4"

  • "Stitched Squares" dies by Sizzix (662331)

  • Distress Oxide Ink - Antique Linen

  • Tonic Studio stamping platform

  • Sizzix Big Shot die cutting machine

  • Fiskars Paper Trimmer

  • Water-based markers

  • Water color pencils

  • Water brush

  • Tape runner

  • Foam tape

  • Aleene's Tacky Glue

  • Jute ribbon

  • Silicone mat (my "go to" is a round, microwave silicone mat)


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