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.


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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)

4 comments:

Pam said...

I love this beautiful Fall card, the colors are so rich and it has so much depth!
Pam,
scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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
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http://asyoulikeitchallenge.blogspot.com/

Sara Barker 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!