Monday, November 1, 2021

STAMPlorations November Theme & Photo Prompt challenge


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Hello crafty friends and welcome!
It's the start of a new month, (how are we already in November?!).
and so the start of this month's Theme & Photo Prompt Challenge at STAMPlorations!
Shery has picked a very gorgeous photo to inspire you, as well as
a great theme, especially for this time of year.
You can use just the theme or the photo, or combine both,
as I've done:

I started by blending various inks through the Leaf Prints stencil
onto a white card stock panel. Then I die cut the panel using the
Wonky Stitched Grid Texture Plate. I stamped one of the bird images
from the For the Birds stamp set and fussy cut. On a strip of orange
card stock I stamped a sentiment from the same set. Everything was
adhered onto a brown card base.

I hope you'll join us this month and link up your project at the
We'd love to see your take on it. 😊
If you have a notion to shop the STAMPlorations store, feel free to
use my discount code for an extra 20% off plus a
free in stock item of your choice (Minimum order of $15 dollars
after discounts and before shipping)

Thanks for visiting! Have a great day!

Stamps: STAMPlorations - For the Birds
Ink: Memento - Rich Cocoa, Tangerine, Cantaloupe, Potter's Clay; Altenew - Hunter Green, Crimson
CS: Neenah; TE
Accessories: ARTplorations - Leaf Prints stencil; CUTplorations - Wonky Stitched Grid Texture Cover plate; TE blending brushes; Tattered Angels - Pearl Glimmer Mist; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares


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