I'm up on the Stamp Simply blog today with this quick and easy autumn card. The Wonderful Autumn paper stack has so many beautiful papers in it, and some of them are so pretty you hate to cover them up. I added a little text to this sheet using vintage photo distress ink and stamped the sentiment in the top corner. Two of my Jr. Church girls gave me some pretty laser cut leaves for a birthday present last month and I couldn't resist adding one to this beautiful pumpkin paper. I inked the edges of my kraft card with gathered twigs distress ink to create a nice, dark border and make the card panel stand out a little more.
Supplies and Tools from Stamp Simply:
- Scripty Background Minis Set 1
- Farmhouse Simple Sentiments
- Wonderful Autumn Designer Paper (Studio Light)
- Kraft Twine
- Versafine Clair Ink (Fallen Leaves)
- Laser Cut Leaf (Dollar Tree)
- Vintage Photo and Gathered Twigs Distress Ink (Ranger)
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Esther, this is gorgeous! The DSP is so pretty and I love when it does all the work! You sentiment is lovely and the wooden leaf and twine bow add so much texture! So happy you joined us at The Paper Players this week!
Gorgeous card Esther, I can see why you let the paper do all the work, I wouldn't want to cover it up either!!Adding the leaf was all it needed, that and the perfect sentiment!! Thank you for joining our challenge at Double D!
Diane DD Co-Owner
This is stunning! That paper is some of the most beautiful I've seen...you may be enabler, I might just have to go take a look at it! Thanks for playing with our theme challenge at the Players this week!
Esther that paper is fabulous and your card showcases it beautifully. The diecut leaf tied with twine is the perfect embellishment too. Thanks for sharing with us over at The Paper Players this week!
Esther, After seeing your recent cards I've made a visit to Stamp Simply! This one is stunning. What gorgeous DSP and I love the lovely leaf and twine.
This is so beautiful Esther! What gorgeous paper you found and the addition of your stamping and leaf is all it needed. Beautifully done! Thanks for linking up to the Double D Challenge. Best of luck to you!
Oh my that is some lovely paper and your leaf goes with it so well, that was sweet of them to gift those to you!
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