Happy Stampin’ Tuesday!
Well, yesterday went rather well at the new job. I have a nice desk and beautiful view from my large window. Right now it is wonderfully green still. I may have to bring the kids to the property to take their photos and maybe even do a family photo. Today, I will decorate my desk with a few knick knacks to make it my own.
Last night, however, I was exhausted so I was only able to finish part of the card, but alas, I was able to complete it this morning and I absolutely love how it turned out! Lots of fall color in this little guy 🙂
I hope you enjoy recreating this beauty!
Level – Casual (intermediate)
- Stamp Sets
- Forever Fern Stamps Set
- Dies/Embossing Folder
- Forever Flourishing Dies
- Double Oval Punch
- Mossy Meadow
- Basic White
- Stamp Pads
- Mossy Meadow
- Cherry Cobbler
- Calypso Coral
- Cinnamon Cider
- Glittered Organdy Ribbon
- Stampin’ Seal
- Stampin’ Dimensionals
- Bone Folder
- Clear (Acrylic) Blocks A, B, C & D
- Paper Snips Scissors
- Paper Trimmer
- Simply Scored Scoring Tool
- Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine
Close-Up & personal
To begin with, I created my own Designer Series Paper with ink and these lovely stamps from the Forever Fern stamp set. Then, I stamped more images on Basic White cardstock and cut them out with the coordinating Forever Flourishing Dies to frame my sentiment.
I cut my DSP into four equal strips and tilted the middle two strips to add a bit of fun to the background. I also added a bit of organdy ribbon to soften up the card a bit.
I also popped up the sentiment and surrounding the foliage with Stampin’ Dimensionals so it would not blend in with the background.
I hope you enjoyed today’s fall colored card.
If you recreate this project, please show me! I’d love to see what you create 🙂
Have a Stamptastic day!
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