Loving the Holiday catalog! I have started crafting with new catalog products, and thought I would share a little peak of what you have to look forward to! This card is loaded with new products! Can you pick them out?
This product suite, Painted Autumn, is one of my favorites in the entire catalog! When fall comes, working with fall colors become my favorites! The Painted Autumn designer series paper is gorgeous! Hand painted fall patterns with beautiful watercolor patterns on the B sides. It will be hard to pick which side to use! Want to see it for yourself? You may still pre-order a paper share from me, and it includes 1/4 of a pack to create with!
For this card, I layered on the details, and for extra interest, added some of the awesome new Embossing Paste from the annual catalog. This is so fun, and really easy to use! It dries fast, and is flexible. It can be colored, too!
To recreate this card, cut a card base of Cajun Craze cardstock 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" and score at 4 1/4". Cut a piece of Early Espresso cardstock 3 7/8" x 5 1/8". Choose your favorite pattern of Painted Autumn dsp, and cut to 3 3/4" x 5". Using the Embossing Paste, and Pattern Party Decorative Masks, add a layer of embossing paste to the dsp. Allow to dry, than adhere to the Early Espresso layer. Adhere this layer to your card front using dimensionals. Using the Painted Harvest stamp set, stamp 2 sets of leaves with Lemon Lime Twist ink on Lemon Lime Twist cardstock. Punch out with the Leaf punch. Stamp sentiment in Early Espresso ink on Very Vanilla cardstock. With the Pick a Pumpkin stamp set, stamp a pumpkin of your choice in Pumpkin Pie ink over the sentiment. Punch out with the Everyday Label punch. Punch a second label from Early Espresso cardstock. Cut the espresso label in half length-wise, and adhere behind sentiment label to create a layered look. Layer leaves and trim of choice to back of sentiment, and adhere to your card front with dimensionals. I chose the 1/4" Copper Trim from the annual catalog on my card, but linen thread, burlap ribbon or copper thread would work well, too. To finish off your card, use Early Espresso ink again, and stamp a sentiment on the inside of your card.
I thought the colors in this card were beautiful together, and were taken from the dsp:
Have you received your Holiday Catalog yet? If not, and you do not have a demonstrator, but live in the US, contact me through my sidebar link and I will send one to you! You won't want to miss it!
You also still have time to pre-order a Holiday Catalog Paper Share from me. See the post here.
Thanks for hanging out, and stop back soon!