Monday, November 5, 2018

Autumn Window

Remember the 3D sunflower card I created a few weeks back.....well, here's another (smaller) version using the same techniques! I had so much fun creating this autumn window with a few of my favorite inks, stamps, and dies!

I love the look of the distress oxide on the background that I created by: scoring a piece of kraft card stock every 3/4 of an inch and swiping my walnut stain distress oxide across it. I die cut and distressed the window using the same ink. I also sponged all of the leaves with coordinating colors to add more depth and interest to them.

Supplies and Tools:

It's time for a new link party over on the Cropstop blog and the Optional Twist for November is: Create a project that includes autumn leaves and I'll enter your name twice in the random draw.

This post linked to:
Simon Says - Anything Goes
Mod Squad - Color on Kraft
As you like - Favorite Autumn colors (I love the warm rich hues of all autumn colors)


Pam said...

I love this beautiful Fall card, the colors are so rich and it has so much depth!

Elaine Stark said...

Beautiful colours and flower. Thanks for joining AYLI challenge. Elaine

Anne said...

Thanks for playing along with the As You Like It challenge Esther - beautiful card, good luck!

Anne x

sarascloset said...

Esther, I saw this at Crop Stop, but I wanted to pay you a personal visit and tell you how much I love this! Your wood grain is wonderfully realistic and that sunflower is the prettiest I've seen! Sorry for my absence; I just can't seem to keep up! Sending hugs!