Hi Stampers, Welcome to another Happy Stampers Bog Hop. Todays card was a sketch challenge. I used the vintage leaves stamp set and matching framelits for my card today. Fall is in the air and this set is perfect for making so many different fall cards.
Vintage Leaves Fall card:
Here is the recipe:
Card base: Very Vanilla, 5-1/2 by 8-1/2, scored at 4-1/4
Mat: Very Vanilla, 5-3/8 by 4-1/8 embossed with the woodgrain embossing folder
Mat: Old Olive, 5-3/8 by 2-1/4
Art Piece: Very Vanilla, 5-3/8 by 2
Sentiment Banner: Very Vanilla, 1/2 by 2-3/4
Large Banner: DSP from Into the Woods, 2 x 3
The Art Piece:
The art piece was inked and stamped using the Vintage Leaves Stampin Up stamp set.
Maple leaf: old olive
oak leaf: tangelo twist
long leaf: garden green
short pointy leaf: crushed curry
small round leaf: old olive
tiny round leaf: mossy meadow and crushed curry.
I added some die cut leaves to coordinate with the art piece and add depth to the card. Green leaf: old olive sponged with old olive, Orange leaf: Tangelo Twist sponged with tangelo twist, Yellow leaf: crushed curry sponged with crushed curry. I repeated the same process for the leaves in the upper left corner to accent the sentiment.
The finishing touch was the gold metallic bakers twine that was wrapped around the banner and a double bow added for more details. I could not stop at the bow, I needed to add some gold sequins with touches of pearls for the last element. The gold sequins tie the color of gold from the bow for that repetition of color and design.
Can I help you?
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Visit the rest of our team:
Please visit the rest of the Happy Stampers Blog Hop team. Each member has followed the same sketch. It is exciting to see the unique cards that have been created. Just click the button below to direct you to the next blog in the hop. I hope you have enjoyed our shares today. Happy Stamping, Kristi
Here are the products I used to make my card: