Tuesday, August 29, 2017

SHOPPING OUR STASH #318 - Your Favorite Season


Hi there crafty friends!
This week at
we want you to show us what your favorite season is!
You probably thought I'd go with another beach themed card, but
surprise! I'm actually falling in love more and more with Autumn.
The cooler air, the tree leaves bursting in all sorts of color, sleeping with the
windows open instead of the AC running. Ahhhhh!
(Going through menopause and experiencing dozens of hot flashes day 
and night has nothing to do with my choice. *wink*)

Here's my card:

Sometime last year, I was experimenting with the smooshing technique, using a piece 
of acetate to smoosh my inks. I didn't like how the panels came out though.


But instead of filing them under "G" (for garbage), I kept them, thinking I could
cut them up or die cut smaller images from them. And that is where all my
die cut leaves and flowers came from!

So, which season is your favorite? We'd love to see what it is. Simply link
up your project at Shopping Our Stash so we can admire it!

Thanks for visiting. Enjoy your day!



Supplies:
Stamps: Paper Smooches Natural Beauties 
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black, Rich Cocoa; various Distress Inks
DP: Recollections - gold paper
CS: TE; scraps
Accessories: GC; Paper Smooches - Natural Beauties dies; MFT - single stitched round frame die;
Darice - woodgrain EF; card designed using CTS#234
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, Thin 3D foam squares; Recollections tacky tape

5 comments:

  1. hehehe... i have a Non-G file too, for inky essperiments! my theory is that there are nooooooo bad ones, just those we haven't used YET, lol! (I think you kinda proved my theory on that, lol!!!) looooooooooooove this missus! <3

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  2. So glad you didn't file the smooched papers in G. it made gorgeous leaves and flowers. Love your background woodgrain. fabulous job.

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  3. Great background to display those gorgeous leaves and flowers. So glad you didn't bin the experimenting! x

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  4. Oh, so smart to use these inky pages! I love this light-hearted fun fall card. All of the different pieces totally flow together.

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  5. I love your smooched papers!! also glad you didn't trash them because you made the prettiest flowers and leaves for this beautiful card. Love the gold die cut behind them and the embossed wood background.
    Awesome card.
    Hugs,
    Maria.

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