SU Truly Grateful with SU Gently Falling

It’s Friday already? This week flew by…I had a blast with some great gals last night playing around with the Perfect Blend stamp set. As I was getting things together for class  earlier in the afternoon with my back out of sorts, I almost forgot I had a card to do for the Friday Mashup #170! I got to work and finished in record time, and was even happy with my card:)



Here’s your Mashup Challenge:
  • Create a project using the “Sketch.”
  • Create a project using the “Delft Tile Technique.” Tutorial here
  • or Mash it Up! and create a project using the “Sketch & Delft Tile Technique.”


I watched the video but went a little out of the box and did a Faux Tile card. I promise I will do a Delft Tile in the future. The Faux Tile essentially is the same thing but with a clear embossed layer over it making it look like ceramic tile. I simply scored my paper, stamped my images, covered it in Versamark, and heat embossed it with Clear embossing powder after I sponged it a bit on the edges and middle. I also clear embossed the acorn and the sentiment. I made a similar card with my class last year so I was familiar with the Faux Tile technique which made my card come together quickly.

Check out the second photo to see the ceramic look.

SU Gently Falling with SU Truly Grateful

SU Gently Falling with SU Truly Grateful Close-Up

Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Gently Falling (retired), SU Truly Grateful
INK: SU Pumpkin Pie, SU Wild Wasabi, SU Crushed Curry, SU Chocolate Chip
PAPER: SU Pumpkin Pie, SU Chocolate Chip, SU very Vanilla
ACCESSORIES: random brown silk ribbon
TOOLS: SU 1 3/8″ and 1 1/2″ Circle Punches

P.S. I can’t wait to try the Delft Tile technique but was short on time so I did the Faux Tile instead. At least it was close, huh? Check out the fabulous examples the Design Team have on display for you at The Friday Mashup # 170!


    1. Thank you, Jodi. It is a fun technique. I can’t wait to see what you come up with on this technique- I can only imagine what your creative mind will do!

  1. Oh, Cindy! I LOVE your card! It is so beautiful! I am a huge lover of Fall and leaves! This is so creative and colorful! I hope you are feeling better! I am sorry your back was giving you fits. It was so fun to spend time with you at Convention! You are the BEST!!!!! XOXOXO

    1. Thanks, Claire! I love Fall especially up here in PA. The summer seems to be flying by though…fall can wait just a little bit though. I can’t wait ’til Leadership in Orlando to see you again! Enjoy your grandbabies:)

  2. This is beautiful Cindy! The tile look is amazing, I’ve never seen a card done like this before. You and Heidi really have me anxiously awaiting fall with your beautiful cards!

    I hope your back is doing better. I have arthritis in my back and hips and when they go out, oy vey, not fun!

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