While these colors clearly say Fall I really wanted to go in a different direction but in the end I could't do it! I was having too much fun making these leaves! I think I am going to make a bunch to use decorating my house this Fall.
Here is my card.
The look of this card is similar to cards made with the Triple Stamping technique, in which three layers are stamped at the same time, but my card only has two layers and the two pieces were stamped separately. Then the smaller piece was trimmed so the woodgrain lined up.
The leaves were cut out of Crushed Curry using the Autumn Accents die. Veins were added on the back of the leaf with the Simply Scored Stylus. Then they were sponged, first with Crumb Cake, then Always Artichoke, and finally with Cajun Crazy. I then lightly spritzed them with water on both sides and crunched them up and then flattened them back out. The acorn pieces were also cut using the Autumn Accents die. The top of the acorn was cut from Soft Suede which was then debossed (the reverse of embossing - the bumps are on the back!) with the Polka Dots Embossing folder and sponged with Crumb Cake.
You might notice that there is not a sentiment on the front. It is not always necessary for a cards to have a sentiment on the front. I thought a sentiment would only detract from the rest of the card so I didn't add one!
- Stamp Set: Hardwood (133032 wood, 133035 clear
- Cardstock: Very vanilla (101650), Always Artichoke (105119), Cajun Craze (119684), Crushed Curry (131199), Soft Suede (115318), Champagne Glimmer (127885), Champagne Glimmer (127885).
- Ink: Always Artichoke (126972), Cajun Craze (126965), Crushed Curry (131173), Crumb Cake (126975)
- Tools: Autumn Accents Bigz Die (127812).
To order click on the ordering tab above just under the header. You can email me privately with any of your papercrafting questions or ask them in a comment below!
I ♥ comments and would love to hear what you to hear what you think!! Please leave your thoughts below!