Neutral Fall

This creation was made to fit 2 challenges and fortunately it worked out. It works for the Global Design sketch and for Double D this week.

Neutrals
Sketch

Using a kraft card base I added a silver heat embossed white panel. Stripes were done using a background stamp from Gina K. I found the piece of neutral mulberry paper and added a small piece of paper ribbon, that looks a bit like bark, to one side, then added it to white piece. Using the stamp set called Stitched Leaves also by Gina K I stamped 3 of the leaves onto a scrap piece using different distress oxide inks to get the soft fall colours. I die cut these and than popped them up on top of the paper ribbon and I added a few tiny black shapes left from another die. I found a sage coloured thread and tied a bow then added that. Stamped the sentiment and cut it out and then sponged the edges to match the sage thread. I’m quite happy with this one.

20 thoughts on “Neutral Fall

  1. Thanks Lisa. I initially tried to stamp the leaves in a solid colour and then stamp the pattern ones over the top but I couldn’t get it to look right so gave up and used the patterned part on their own.

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  2. I love how you used different colors on the leaves. What a perfect fall look. Well, what I imagine, as we don’t really get too much typical “fall” look here. The diagonal stripes are perfect for “fall”, too. It gives the suggestion of the leaves actually falling.

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  3. Thanks Gerry – to get the leaves this way I used a few mini sponges to get ink on the stamps. Glad I still have them as they are useful for this type of thing even if I don’t use them for making backgrounds anymore.

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