Cozy Fall Card

 

Scrapbook paper collections are great options for themed cards.  You have all the elements like stickers, ephemera and cute patterns to put a project together in no time.

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Fall is in the air and I’m layering on the colors over at CreateForLess using some die cut leaves, stenciling and pieces from Carta Bella’s Fall Break Collection Kit.  You can see how this card came together over on their blog……

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Carta Bella Fall Break Ephemera

fall break: Carta Bella Fall Break Ephemera

 

CutCardstock Design Team Project: Autumn Blessings

I love that just by seeing Fall colors, you get a feeling for what the season is all about.  A calm warmth, getting settled in for the colder weather, leaves changing, hot drinks :)…..For today’s project, first featured on the CutCardstock blog, I wanted to capture that feeling on a card with some ink blending and simple stamping.

I started off with a white card panel I cut down to 5 1/8″ x 3 7/8″ and stamped some trees and a sentiment onto the front to create a scene.

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I wasn’t sure where I wanted to place more trees, so I started my ink blending to kind of see what I wanted to do next.  I used Distress Oxide inks coming in from the sides, then the top and middle in Fall themed colors of red, yellow and orange.

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For the ground, I added some green along with a little gray.

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After all of the ink blending was done, I added a couple more trees along with some birds using black ink.  I added my panel to another panel of Currency Cover Gold cardstock (5 5/16″ x 4 1/16″) and then added that panel to a notecard created with Pop Tone Hot Fudge Cardstock.  The Hot Fudge cardstock is such a nice, rich brown–so perfect for Fall-themed projects.  I love how it looks with the gold peeking out a little.

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Thanks so much for joining me today.  I hope your Fall season is getting off to a great start.  Be sure to head over to the CutCardstock shop where orange, brown and gold cardstock are all on sale this month.  Have a great day!

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Inkadinkado stamp set-Woodland Wonderland

Papertrey Ink stamp set-Mountain Majesty (birds)

Jumbo sponge dauber

Distress Oxide Inks–Spiced Marmalade, Squeezed Lemonade, Candied Apple, Lucky Clover

Distress Oxide Ink–Pumice Stone

Memento Tuxedo Black Ink

Xyron Creative Station (for adhering panels)

Fiskars SureCut Deluxe Paper Trimmer 12 in.

Misti stamp platform

Same Stamp, New Season

Think floral stamps are just for the hot and sunny seasons?  I’m stretching my stamps over at the Think Crafts blog today.  I’ll be taking one of my favorite floral stamps from summer to fall with a fun coloring technique.  Head on over and take a look……

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Avery Elle Floral Bouquet Stamp Set

Avery Elle Floral Bouquet Die-Elle-Ments

Ranger Letter-It Stamp Set-Thanks

DCWV Burlap Stack 6×6 pad

Versafine Onyx Black Ink

Ranger Clear Embossing Powder