Sunday, October 13, 2013

TSTR187 ~ A Fallen Leaf ~

Thanks so much for stopping by!  I hope this Lord's day finds you well!  Today I have a quick card to share using a sketch from this week's Shabby Tea Room challenge...

The leaves are from Our Daily Bread Designs' Autumn Blessings set.  Each was colored with Copics (E04, E35, YR07, YR23 and Y17) before cutting them out with the coordinating Fall Leaves and Acorn die.

If you look closely you will find a bit of corrugated cardboard I had in my stash...  Here's the sketch...

Thanks again for stopping by!  Stop back later this week as we showcase some of the new stamps from North Coast Creations.  I will also have a fun card to share for Word Art Wednesday and a look back at this months' Our Daily Bread Designs release.  It promises to be a fun and busy week!  Whew! 
The Shabby Tea Room - TSTR187
Through the Craftroom Door  - Anything Goes
Inspire Me Fridays #124
Simon Says Stamp - Use a Rubber or Clear Stamp

Papers - Bazzill, MME - Stella & Rose - Mabel, Neenah Solar Crest
Inks - Memento Tuxedo Black, Espresso Truffle, Copics
Dies - Spellbinders Classic Ovals Small


Rosemary said...

what a gorgeous card, lori... the leafs are just stunning!

Mary Ann said...

Beautiful card,Love the colors!!

Carol Doggett said...

This is an amazing card! I love everything about it!

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card :-) the leaves, verse and whole design is stunning ! :-)

thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
Lols x x x

p.s, the link from the challenge took me to this post
I will change the link on our challenge but you may need to check your other challenge entries :-)

Jingle said...

This is an absolutely gorgeous card! Beautiful colors and textures! Thank you so much for playing along with us over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

Tam said...

I love that quote.

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