Saturday, October 26, 2019

JUST US GIRLS #511 - Photo Week


It's time for the next challenge at JUST US GIRLS!
Bobby is your hostess for Photo Week and she's chosen this
gorgeous picture as your inspiration!
Here's my take on it:


and the inside:

The main panel was created with a leaf stencil and various colors of
Distress Inks. I searched my stash and found the pumpkin and rosette stickers
which went perfectly with the theme. A stamped sentiment and a couple
more stickers finish the inside.

I want to thank all the ladies at Just Us Girls for letting me
guest design with you this month! I had such a blast!
Hugs to you all!







Supplies:
Stamps Gina K. - Autumn Wreath Builder
Ink: Ranger DI - fosilized amber, aged mahogany, rusty hinge, peeled paint, gathered twigs, ripe persimmon, walnut stain; Memento - rich cocoa
CS: TE; Thunderbolt
Accessories: ARTplorations - Autumn Falling stencil; Picket Fence Studios blending brushes; American Crafts - stickers; Prima - rhinestones; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares

6 comments:

Macimbalo said...

So pretty! Your card is just so lovely, especially those multicolored leaves!!! Loved having you with us this month!!!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Beautiful BOLD leaves! It's been great having you join in at JUGS for this month!

Sue VanDeVusse said...

Those leaves are totally gorgeous! Such beautiful blending and I am amazed that this was a stencil. Thanks for joining us this past month as our Guest Designer, it was great having you back here with us!

Bobby said...

The colors you used to stencil the leaves are spot on, Chris. We're starting to lose them here but they did look just like yours. It's been great having you as our guest.

Nancy said...

Those multi color leaves looks incredible and the realistic fall colors are spot on Chris. This is a gorgeous card! It's been fabulous having you with us this month. HUGS!

Ina G said...

Gorgeous colourful leaves Chris. Great layout with the added elements. Loved having you back with us this month. Hugs.

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