Hero Arts made a four-stamp set of trees in each season a long time ago. I bought the set in my first year of stamping, and it was discontinued not much later. The new 2011 catalog resurrects the old images as cling stamps. So for once, I can use my really old stamps, and you can go buy them without resorting to eBay.
If you want. I wouldn't want to pressure you or anything.
This card was super easy to make, and I love this layout of an image (or, in this case, four images in a square) filling the bottom two-thirds of the card and a sentiment above and justified right. The sentiment is from a current Hero Arts clear set called Sending Smiles. It's my new favorite sentiment set because it includes five different sentiments for the outside of the cards AND five coordinating sentiments for the inside of cards. Brilliant!
Please don't hate me because I enable you. People enable me all the time, so I'm just paying it forward. It's really not my fault.
Full Disclosure: I haven't used the website Creative Play yet. They carry lots of Hero Arts, so I'm giving them a try as a replacement for Stampin' Treasures. I'm still mourning Stampin' Treasures. Oh, Diane, I miss you!
stamps: Hero Arts
paper: Papertrey Ink
accessories: dimensionals, square punch