Friday, September 25, 2020

Leaf Group

 Hello everyone!

It's Fri-yay - thanks for stopping by!

I have a pretty, fall Technique Junkies card to share with you today using a wonderful September release stamp, 'Leaf Group'.

First, I created a grungy looking background with distress inks, copic markers, and water. I cut this panel down into the triangle shape, and stamped the 'Leaf Group' over it randomly, using some brown ink. While the stamp was inked up, I stamped two images on white cardstock. The acorns and flowers on the triangle panel were colored and the panel was adhered to a Kraft base.  Next, I stamped the sentiment 'Simple Sentiments Set 2, Style b' on the top edge of the card base. The two stamped leaves were colored in fall colors, and fussy cut. One was glued directly to the card base, the other was popped up.

Be sure to check out the Technique Junkies store to see all of the latest releases, and if you shop, please use my discount code to get 10% off of any purchase any time! And this is in addition to the 15% off!

Thanks for stopping by today - Hope you like the cards!

Hugs and smiles,
Patti J.


Donna said...

Fabulous card, like that background and the beautifully colored leaf cluster, have a great weekend!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Gorgeous! LOVING the colors and those leaves!

Verna Angerhofer said...

So very beautiful. Wonderful colors.

Pam Sparks said...

Fabulous Fall grungy card Patti!

Judy Inukai said...

What a lovely fall card. The leaves are so realistic.

Chana Malkah said...

Truly lovely! Beautifully done!


Gail said...

Great card!
The techniques used make the leaves pop!

Cheryl W said...

I love to use fall colors when making cards, and yours is a beautiful example of how to do just that! As always, you inspire me in unexpected ways.

Beth Norman-Roberts said...

Another awesome card! You did an amazing job with this stamp. The layout is so unique. You make this stamp sing.

*Vicki* said...

Wow! Really love the effect you've achieved with your background! The Fall leaves are just gorgeous!