Sunday, October 20, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving...

Hello again! This is my second post today. I was busy, busy, busy up in my craft cave last night! Woo Hoo! Made a bunch of cards. Here's one I made using the current CAS(E) This Sketch challenge #50:


...and here is the inside:

...and the sketch:

I used a wood grain embossing folder for the main panel and went around the edges lightly with Walnut Stain DI. The leaves are die cut from paper I made using various Distress Inks. See?


How fun it was to do this! And since I made my own inky paper I'm linking this up to the Moxie Fab World Color Media challenge. The sentiment was stamped, cut out and the edges inked before being adhered with foam squares. Masked the inside sentiment from two different sets, added another die cut leaf and I was done.

So what are you waiting for? There's still time to play along in both challenges. (MFW's challenge ends tomorrow. Just sayin'.) Thanks for stopping by!

Chris
Supplies:
Stamps: Hero Arts - Celebrate Everyday; Paper Smooches - Good Gab, Autumn Groves
Ink: Memento - Rich Cocoa; Ranger DI - walnut stain, wild honey, peeled paint, fired brick, spiced marmalade
Card stock: Recollections; The Paper Co.
Accessories: Grand Calibur; Paper Smooches - Hickory Leaf Die; Darice - woodgrain EF
Adhesives: SA by 3L - EZ Runner, foam squares

9 comments:

  1. This is a beauty, too, Chris! I can't get over how perfect those leaves look made with your own inky paper.

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  2. Both card are so lovely. Great job. Thanks for playing along with us in the CAS(E) this sketch! challenge and hope to see you again.

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  3. Oh, how very, very pretty! Love the idea of a wreath design made from fall leaves! And your handmade paper is just soooo perfect for the leaves here. LOVE the wash of color! Absolutely gorgeous!

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  4. oh em gee...this might just possibly be even more stunning than the other card! LOVE the font on the sentiment :)

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  5. ohhhhhh lovely lovely lovely! just gorgeous!

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  6. Hey Christine! Thanks for linking this up to the Color Media Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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  7. Beautiful!! I love the saturated colors!

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