Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Grateful for Fall

The change of seasons to me always means school starting, brisk walks, and outdoor time! This year, it means, painting, cleaning, sleeping, and working non-stop. What it hasn't meant is posting. Something had to give, and my blog was it. But, I'm back with a great project:



Stamps: Grateful Greetings
Paper: Autumn Traditions Designer Series Paper, More Mustard, Kraft
Ink: Perfect Plum Classic Ink, Pumpkin Pie Craft Ink, Ruby Red Craft Ink, and More Mustard Craft Ink
Accessories: Wood Sheets, Latte Buttons, Leaves Bigz Die, Sponge Daubers, Big Shot, 5/8 Chocolate Chip Grosgrain Ribbon

As soon as I saw the wood sheets in the 2009 Idea Book and Catalog, I envisoned sponging them into leaves. Finally, I've followed through and created a card with them. These are very easy to cut with the Big Shot. I got almost 30 leaves per sheet! To create the leaves' color, I dipped my sponge daubers in my craft spots and then daubbed! Simple and quick. Be sure to start with the lightest color first.

This is a project that has wowed my stamp clubs and workshops this month. How fun to watch stamper's faces light up as they ohh and ahhh!

Happy Stamping!

2 comments:

  1. Oh Sara, I can see why they were impressed with these wood sheet leaves - they turned out great! It's nice to know that you were able to get so many from a sheet too... I definitely have to try this! TFS!

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  2. What a great idea! A very pretty card Sara. You need to enter it in So Shelli's monthly challenge. You never know you could be a winner!

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