Create an autumn card with Crackerbox and Suzy Stamps and Memento inks with an easy to make tutorial, part of 18-19th of October blog hop.

 

Find more projects and details in Imagine’s blog and in Crackerbox and Suzy Stamps blog with a chance to win a 25$ gift certificate!

Visit Day 1 to see more projects and take part in the blog hop.

 

Find all participants at the end of the post with links to their projects!

 

Steps

Blend MEMENTO dandelion, desert sand and rich cocoa inks using a jumbo dauber covering two opposite cornes mainly, of a 4x6in watercolor paper, smooth side.

 

Stamp the leaves with VersaMark watermark, cover with Imagine’s clear embossing powder and heat set.

 

Stamp the same leaves design on a 1x7in stripe of tracing paper using VersaMark and Imagine’s black embossing powder.

 

Use a small piece of Tear It! Tape to set the tracing paper stripe’s edges to the back of the 4×6 card.

 

Stamp with the circle wood design with VersaMark, cover with black embossing powder and heat set. Use the VersaMark pen to add ink in the center of the stamp where a small heart exists, and cover with red embossing powder and heat set.

 

Cut the wood circle design around and distress the edge with a craft knife.

 

Stamp a piece of carstock with the Autumn sentiment and the VersaFine CLAIR tulip red ink pad, distress the edges of the paper too.

 

Set the 4x6in card on a 5×7 base card using Tear It! Tape and add the wood circle design with some foam tape.

 

Add small branches and some brown satin ribbon with a hot glue gun and then place the stamped sentiment.

 

Visit the blogs from other artists for more inspiration!

Day 1 – October 18th

 


19 Responses to “Autumn Card”

  1. How pretty this
    card is with the
    embossing and
    love the heart in
    the center of the
    wood grain.
    Carla from Utah

  2. I love the wood slice and the stamping on the tracing paper, such a beautiful autumn card! Thanks for sharing your card and for the awesome inspiration. (mardy14@bellsouth.net)

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