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It’s my turn to host the Featured Stamper Challenge (FS555) on Splitcoaststampers! So a big congrats to Beverly, the newest Featured Stamper! She has an amazing gallery & there are so many I wanted to pick. I finally decided on THIS card to case. I liked the color progression & angled image so I kept those, but I used different images, added an extra layer or two, & made mine a fall card.

For my farewell to summer card, I started by sponging on Distress oxide inks then I added a little splatter using a wet paintbrush. When it all dried (w/ a little help from the heat gun), I put it into my Misti &  stamped the branch a couple of times using the faded jeans oxide ink.  Then I determined where the greeting would go &  stamped it w/ the Versafine ink. I die cut the panel twice &  inserted a very narrow white layer between them. Then I inked the Silhouette Leaf  using multiple colors of the oxide ink, misted the stamp w/ water then stamped them onto a separate piece of white c/s. (The lighter leaf on the far right is actually a second generation stamping.) After these dried, I lined up the open leaf  image &  stamped it on top w/ the jeans ink then fussy cut them to add on top.

Here’s a look at the inside where I did the leaves the same way.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs – Goodbye SummerMed. Silhouette Leaf Open Leaf Spooky Tree Limb (inside- Changing Leaves )
Paper: Staples 110# white
Ink: Distress oxide inks fossilized amber, wild honey, spiced marmalade, worn lipstick, faded jeans, peacock feathers, wilted violet, Versafine majestic blue
Accessories:  Spellbinders A2 matting basics A & B, Misti

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2 Responses to “Favorite Season”

  • I like the natural progression of colour too. You did an awesome job CASEing the card. Lovely work on the leaves.

  • Nancy S.:

    This card is magnificent. The colora are ao lovely and hold the promise of the full riot of fall color to come. Thank you so much for sharing this.

Your comments are so appreciated!

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