Thursday, September 9, 2010

Autumn's Flower


I'm back again with a CAS Fall card this time. I had won some Just for Fun rubber stamps recently and just had to pick this awesome Oak leaf as one of them! I stamped them in brown and then sponged over them in fall colors before cutting them out. I wrapped the panel with twine and used my bow-easy to make my bow. I love this sentiment for Fall cards! The leaves with soon be changing here, the nights are starting to get pretty chilly! Thanks for stopping by!!!


~ Challenges ~
SCS Ways to Use it ~ Twine
Crafty Cardmakers ~ Clean & Simple
Freshly Brewed Challenge ~ Brown ( a little or alot)
Paper Play ~ Autumn is Comin'

~ Supply List ~
Stamps ~ Just for Fun rubber stamps Oak Leaf, TPC Studio Autumn Harvest(sentiment)
Paper ~ SU Early Espresso, Gina K Pumpkin Spice, PTI Cream
Ink ~ Versafine Vintage Sepia, Soft Suede, Apricot Appeal, Barley Banana, Ruby Red
Accessories ~ EK Success Scalloped Scallop punch, twine, rhinestones

10 comments:

Julie said...

I just love this Janice...fantastic work!

Patti said...

Wow... totally amazing! I love that sentiment, your card matches your blog background!

Betty Benton said...

Loving the leaves and the twine -- gorgeous fall card!

Jane said...

Lucky girl...gorgeous stamp ...love it XX

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

This is awesome! I just love Fall! You made a stunning card here, Janice!

P.S. Going to the York show?

Alison H said...

Gorgeous! I just love fall colors.... :-)

Deirdre said...

This is just so beautiful. Love your autumnal card.

Thanks so much for playing along with Paperplay this week. ♥

Misti said...

Ohhhh, I love this, Janice!!!

Heather said...

I have always loved that sentiment. Beautiful flowers and the twine really sets off the card.

Thanks for playing along at Freshly Brewed Challenges.

Heather Dennis
Fresh Brewed Designs

Cor* said...

I absolutely love these leaves and the simplicity & elegance of the layout! Very pretty. Thanks for joining in our CAS Challenge at Crafty Cardmakers this time round.