Friday, November 9, 2018

thanks + giving

I'm having a stripey "thing" right now.  (Can you tell from the recent blog refresh?)  I wanted to incorporate that into a card, and today's card is the result of that.  This card was created with two different stamp sets from the Fall Breeze collection from Photoplay Paper - the background 2 stamp, and the clear acrylic stamp set.  I also used the Striped Wall background stamp from Fun Stampers Journey.   


I began by stamping a Whip Cream card front with the Striped Wall stamp, and Tin Pail ink.  Then, I stamped the Background 2 stamp in Clear Pigment Ink, onto vellum.  I heat embossed that using the Liquid Platinum embossing powder.  Then I die cut the embossed vellum into a circle shape.  I also heat embossed the sentiment onto a strip of Black Licorice card stock, with the same embossing powder. 


I stamped a few leaves, multiple times, and then copic colored them to mimic fall colors.  I fussy cut the leaves out to tuck behind the sentiment panel. 

Copic Colors used:
E33, Y17, YR07, E08, R59. G99, C3

I attached the vellum circle to the stripe background with White Liner, and then sprinkled the card front with Sparkle Silk.  I adhered my leaves down with craft glue, then attached the sentiment strip with foam squares.  I attached the card front to the Black Licorice card base with White Liner, and then attached a few scattered pearls. 


I really liked how this card turned out.   I hope it inspired you as well!

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