Friday, November 8, 2013

Falling Leaves

Hello Friends,

I have a new card to share with you.  I was playing in the paper and ink today.  It was great fun!  The are not changing here in Texas just yet, but I am looking forward to the change.  It will only last a week or two in this area.  My neighbors Bradford Pear tree usually puts on a marvelous show ... from green to goldenrod to orange to cranberry red.  Here is my card in anticipation of the change.

I cut and folded a lattice edge into the side of the card.  What do you think?  Happy Thanksgiving is stamped on each leaf.  I am really proud of this card. 

Stampin' Up Supplies used:
Cardstock - Always Artichoke, Tangerine Tango and Crushed Curry
Stampin' Pad - Old Olive
Stamp set - Teeny Tiny Wishes - Clear Mount 127802 or Wood Mount 128748
Adhesive - 2-Way Glue Pen

Other supplies:
Cardstock and Patterned paper from my stash
ATG gun

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This card will be entered in the following challenges:

Cupcake Inspirations # 235 - Fall Leaves
CARDZTV Go To Galz Link Party # 8 - Happy Harvest
Scrapbooker Phd #2 - Anything that Flies
Fantabulous Cricut #185 - Anything Goes Project - Signs of Fall

Thanks for stopping by for a looksee.
Blessings and Happy Crafting,


Tina said...

lovely card pretty colors...thanks for sharing at cupcake inspirations

sweetie dt

Indy said...

What a great autumn card! So glad you joined Cupcake Inspirations' Fall Leaves Challenge! Hope to see more of your work in upcoming challenges!

Missy said...

Super card, I really, really like the border you created at the side!!

JoNeita said...

Pretty card, I love the lattice work that you did on the edge. Thank you for joining us at FCCB!!!

L.B. said...

The lattice so cool. How is that done??? So neat

Shawn Mosch said...

I love that lattice fold! you should do a tutorial to show how you did that!

Shawn Mosch ~ The Buckle Boutique Design Team Coordinator
Crafty Chics Blog a searchable database of Cricut images

Faith Wallace said...

I don't think I have seen a lattice fold before. What's the secret to make that?

Nice was to show the changing seasons.

Thank you for joining us at ScrapbookerPhD.