Wherever You Go

Wherever You Go, Stampin' Up!, watercolorWherever You Go is a new stamp set in the 2016 Stampin’ Up! annual catalog.    I love the look of this type of arch bridge that appears to go on and on.  Consequently, I am surprised about not seeing as much activity in Pinterest for this stamp set as expected.

As I was playing with the images from Wherever You Go, I intended to submit my finished cards to two challenges.  One was CAS(E) This Sketch #181 and the other was a watercolor technique challenge by Jaydee at The Paper Players #304.  Alas, the cards (although finished) were not photographed in time and are only now being posted on my blog.  But I thank both of the challenge blogs for their inspiration.

My Cards:
Versatile Stamp Set

Two of my cards were handled as if the sun was shining brightly mid-day.  The other two are featured for sunset.  I wanted to show Wherever You Go is a versatile stamp set.  Which time of day would have you most likely to use this stamp set?  I would love to hear from you.  Maybe we will see more attention to Wherever You Go stamp set in Pinterest soon.

First of all, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. Additionally, I am constantly updating and adding to my list of retired Stampin’ Up! for sale.  The link is shown in the menu above. (Thank you, Kathleen, for your assistance with this project!)

Have fun stamping,


5 thoughts on “Wherever You Go

  1. Debbie

    Beautiful! I am pretty sure I just ordered this stamp set LOL but if I didn’t, it will definitely be on my next order – thanks to you! The bridge immediately reminded me of the incredible Mackinac Bridge in northern Michigan and the sun makes a gorgeous sunset image. Love the texture of the embossing folder. Off to Pin them both!!

  2. DebiKT

    Bridges are so symbolic… I would expect to see on Pinterest more artistic expression with this stamp… Ah, well, guess it’s not for the faint of heart. Lovely undertakings, Katy. I especially like your sunset with the birds soaring… To me it expresses the end of one journey and the promise of better days to come. Hugs!

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