This is project 1 of 3 that we made last week.
Even though I’m hanging on to summer for all it’s worth…Fall is creeping in. And BTW, what a crummy, short summer we’ve had here is So Cal. It started with WAY more gray and gloom than normal, not even reaching summer temps and sunshine until July 4th. And now, when September is typically the BEST month at the beach (and still summer sunshine, swim, BBQ weather) all that gray and gloomy is back. Ugh! Ok enough about the weather, let’s talk about this Fall card!
I must admit I was inspired by a similar card somewhere in InternetLand. You know what I’m talking about. Scrolling though YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook…you see something that you want to copy and by they time you do it, you have NO idea where you got the idea. **I’d love for YOU to share where you get your best inspiration for projects** I love the colors and especially the texture of this card. It is made on vanilla cardstock which adds to the richness, and it’s a blend of stamping and die cutting. I hope you like it.
To make this card you’ll need:
- vanilla, thick card stock 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″. Score and fold at 4 1/4″
- vanilla card stock 4″ x 5 1/4″
- vanilla card stock scrap for words
- vanilla (or white) card stock scrap for stamping your leaves
- Scraps of: Pumpkin Pie, Cherry Cobbler and Crushed Curry card stock for die cut leaves
- 5″ copper ribbon
Of course you can view the entire tutorial on YouTube. And be sure to watch for the additional Blog posts showing the other 2 projects from Stamp Club!
Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs & Happy Stamping!