Welcome to the Stampin Friends Fall Blog Hop! If you arrived from Melissa‘s Blog, thank you for continuing with the hop! Don’t forget to click the Next Button to check out Mandy‘s amazing creations. PLUS, keep reading for a chance to win a bunch of new crafty prizes!
This month we are excited to have two Awesome Guest Hoppers that you should definitely check out.
I started with a piece of Buttercream Cardtstock and a layer of Green Olive Cardstock. I embossed the Green Olive with the Embossing Folder Say It! I then distressed the edges and the top raised areas with Hazelnut Blend Ink.
Then, I stamped each of the leaves from the Autumn Days stamp set with Dark Roast ink on Cranberry Bliss, Summer Days and Oatmeal Cookie Cardstock. I also stamped with Dark Roast ink, the sentiment from the Grateful Heart ATS on ButtercreamCardstock. I then detail cut all these pieces out.
Using my Crease tool, I bent the leaves in the middle and curled the edges to bring them to life. I then distressed them with Hazelnut Blend Ink.
To finish the card, I wrapped Natural Journey Twine around the card and tied a Wooden Accent button on.
Now on to the project.
Here is a little close up on the leaves.
Color Burst pencils to color in the "berries" on the sentiment.
I hope you found some Thanksgiving inspiration. Click on the next button to go and visit Stacey's blog.
I haven't purchased these stamps and dies yet but projects like yours make me want to - thanks for sharing #SFOctHopReplyDelete
Beautiful. Love your leaves! Thanks for hopping with us this month.ReplyDelete
Great projects Kim, thanks for joining our hop!ReplyDelete
Beautiful work! Your card is so striking and I love the berry wreath stamp. #SFOctHopReplyDelete
Thank you Crystal.Delete
These are amazing and very realistic leaves. #SFOctHopReplyDelete
Great projects, thanks so much for sharingReplyDelete
Oops I forgot to #OctBlogHop. First time hoping :)Delete
I really love the colors you chose for all the leaves. Very "fallish
Beautiful! Gorgeous! Wonderful card and wreath.ReplyDelete
Love the rustic-ness of that wreath! beautiful! #SFOctHopReplyDelete