Vintage Leaves, Autumn is Here!

Gail's card focusing on embossing and glitter splatts!
Gail’s card focusing on embossing and glitter splatts!

I had a great class on Saturday that showcased sponging and splatting! It was messy fun!

Stamp Sets: Sentiments from Watercolor Wishes Card Kit 140406 Vintage Leaves 138802

Cardstock: Blackberry Bliss 133675, Very Vanilla 101650, Gold Foil Sheets 132622

Classic Ink Pads: Cajun Craze-126965, Daffodil Delight 126944, Pumpkin Pie 126945, Real Red 126949, VerseMark 102283

Die Cutters: Lots of Labels 138281, Leaflets Framelits 138283

Miscellaneous: Stampin’ Glitter133457, Stampin Sponges 101610, 5/8” Gold Satin Ribbon 134547, Into the Woods Elements 139636, Dimensionals 104430, Encore Gold Pad, 110755 Aqua Painter-103954, Tombo Glue 110755, curvy corner Trio Punch139683, Heat Tool 129053

 Stamping/ Embossing and Cutting Table Instructions:

Leaves – Stamp Leaves with VerseMark on Cardstock heat emboss leaves with gold, cut with Leaflets Framlets and sponge entire surface of each leaf going from light to dark with colors of ink provided, be sure not to mix sponges with different colored pads. Burnish around the edges with darkest color ink.

Frame – Using the gold foil paper, cut your frame for your Blackberry Bliss Card Base. Cut leaves.

 Assembly Instructions:

Your gold frame should be somewhat off set to the right, place on folded card base. Use dimentionals.

Decide what sentiment will fit inside the gold frame and stamp carefully with god stamp pad. Heat set to prevent smearing. Adhere the frame to the cardbase. Take burnished sponged leaves and create a pile of them to the left of your frame making sure that none of your sentiment is covered. Paste some flat and some raised with Dimensionals.

. Splat your card with mixture of Tombo Glue and water add glitter, Heat set and add gold ribbon bow and wooden sentiment ( You can stamp your wooden element with gold ink). Brush off excess glitter

Place Very Vanilla cardstsock inside your card. Use new Trio punch on corners. Don’t forget to decorate your envelope.

Thanks for stopping by!

Making an impresssion one stamp at a time!

Gail Etchie
Independent Stampin’Up! Demonstrator
http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/gigidesigns

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