Hello and welcome! I hope your weekend has gone well. This afternoon I'm back with a card that I made for three challenges - Freshly Made Sketches, Inspired By and Festive Friday.
(My first post today was my Sunday Stamps DT card which you can find it here.)
(apples, red, green, circles, harvest)
Back in August I was able to remedy my lack of fruit stamps to a small degree by purchasing a stamp set that included a barrel of apples and I was so happy to be able to ink it up!
Don't you just love fall? Pumpkins, sunflowers, fresh apples, beautiful leaves and definitely cooler weather (at least here in Idaho), thank heavens! Copics were used to color the images, then matching dies were used to cut them out. Next two scallop circles were die cut and the center removed from one so the patterned paper could be added to the back. These dies are kind of cool because the inner and outer scallop circles and the center come apart so one can use them separately or together. After the colored pieces were adhered to the white circle, they were set aside so I could create the rest of the card.
I took an A2 panel of ivory cardstock and embossed it with a wood 3D embossing folder, then trimmed it down 1/8th inch on each side and wrapped it with linen thread. It was mounted on the white card base with thin foam tape, then the circles were adhered in layers. The sentiment was added and that finished things off! It's hard to discern in the photos, but the ivory embossed panel adds a nice bit of warmth to this fall themed card.
Take care and stay safe.
Stamps: Loads of Fall (Honeybee Stamps), Friends Like You (MFT)
Paper: Neenah Solar White, Ivory (Simon Says Stamp), Harvest Festival 6x6 paper pad (HB)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versafine Clair Nocturne
Other: Loads of Fall dies, Skinny Strips die (MFT), Nested Infinity Circle die (Hero Arts), Stitched Scallop Circle die (Pinkfresh Studio), Tim Holtz Lumber 3D embossing folder, Linen Thread (Stampin' Up)
Copics: R59, 46, 27, 14, YR24, 18, 09, 16, Y38, 17, 15, 11, G46, 43, E47, 44, 43, 42, 41, 37, 33, 31