One Last Look at Fall Before Diving Into Christmas!
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Fall is quickly being replaced with Christmas crafting but before it is gone I wanted to share these few cards with you. First, let's do a video flip through then I will put some details with the photos below...
Are you now inspired to finish up that autumn crafting? Let's look at some details of some of the cards...
This card was created by simply trimming up the "cut out" from a pad of fall paper, then I added an assortment of Nuvo glitter drops smeared onto the matching colors. I also used a shimmer pen on parts of it (like the cup and the lid of the pumpkin spice cup). Lastly I added some tiny flat back gems (they are actually leftovers from a Diamond Dot painting kit) scattered over the page for added dimension and color. I attached this piece onto a piece of 10" x 7" Kraft cardstock I folded in half to create a 5" x 7" card base. You may notice that I embossed the front of the card base and added some ink blending to it before attaching the top piece.
This card is another cut out from a pad of fall paper. Again I used Nuvo glitter drops and a shimmer pen to add glitter and shimmer to the card. I also added some of those tiny flat back gems on this card, too! The card base is once again a piece of 10" x 7" Kraft cardstock I folded in half to create a 5" x 7" card base. I then stenciled the top of the cardstock for added interest. Lastly, you might notice that the cut out is 3.75" x 5.5" matted onto a solid green piece of cardstock cut to 4" x 5.75" and those cuts were all made using my deckle trimmer.
So that sums up autumn card making for me! It is now time to get those Christmas cards done since December is sneaking up quickly.
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Happy Paper Crafting,