13-in-one-derful (redone 5-8 cards)

13-in-one-derful (redone 5 cards)

Have you ever started playing with a stamp and come up with something completely different then you originally envisioned?  Well I sure did, again!  Here are the next set of 4 cards in my 13-in-one-derful “redone” group.  I was excited that my previous color palette worked perfectly. Using Pear Pizzazz for the bases is a great way to give different looks.  I had fun mixing and matching different images from the “Basket Bunch” stamp set along with the super cute “Basket, Eggs and Grass” from the Basket Builder Framelits.

A couple years ago I created my original 13-in-one-derful bundle of designs using the “Best of” Flowers stamp set.  [You can see cards #5-8 here.]  I used the Hydrangea stamp to create my own Designer Series Paper.  This time I was playing with the “Basket Bunch” stamp set and created a page full of mini-eggs.  I tried to eyeball it but my type-A got the best of me.  Lol!  So……I lined up my foam pad using the grid paper, then lined the acrylic block with the edge and stamped.  It made it very easy to line up the stamped images.  Yay!  You might be thinking “how did I mix up the eggs”?  Well……I started on the left, stamping all the way across, then each following row I offset two eggs.  Violia!

13-in-one-derful (redone 5-8 cards) DSP

It was very nerve racking for me to start cutting the pieces, but I braved it and just LOVE how these turned out.  You can download the cutting layout here.


  • STAMP:  Basket Bunch
  • PAPER:  Whisper White, Pear Pizzazz, Elegant Eggplant, Basic Black
  • INK:  Memento Black, Pear Pizzazz, Perfect Plum, Flirty Flamingo
  • ACCESSORIES:  Framelits–Basket Builder & Layering Ovals | Thinlits–Cutie Pie  | Textured Impressions Embossing Folder–Woodgrain | Wink of Stella–Clear

I hope you will try, and have fun to boot, creating your own designer series paper.  Thank you for stopping by today.  Have a great week!


Sparkly Hugs, Carol


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