September 13, 2016

STAMPlorations Inspiration #95

It's a beautiful Tuesday morning here in Jemseg, NB.  It's warm and sunny but the humidity has finally eased off.  I may go outside sometime this morning and sit and read in our screened gazebo tent.  Best purchase this summer!  We've been able to enjoy eating outside on our new patio set without being bothered by the bugs. :-)

Anyway, it's time again for an Inspiration post over at STAMPlorations. Today my card is very fall themed. I love fall. I especially love the colors of the changing leaves.  Take a look.....

I first masked off a diagonal strip with a piece of washi tape on my card base. I inked up my leaves (Trendy Leaves set) with Spiced Marmalade and Seedless Presserves Distress ink.  Then I spritzed with water and stamped.  I removed the mask and attached a strip of copper glitter tape in its place. I stamped the sentiment (Friends and Flowers set) in black.

Well, I hope you go on over to the main blog and check out the other fab DT projects.  Don't forget to comment there for a chance to win a prize too!

Thanks for visiting with me and I hope you all have a fabulous day!

I'd like to link up to the following challenges:

Addicted to CAS - code word is Harvest
TIME OUT Challenges - inspired by the words: “Love the trees until their leaves fall off, then encourage them to try again next year.” 


  1. The technique of spritzing the stamp really works so well with the leaves and the 'feel' of the card. Gorgeous colours and your screened gazebo sounds marvelous x

  2. Gorgeous Autumnal card, love it. Happy crafting, Angela x

  3. Fabulous 2 toned leafs!

  4. You've created a fabulous fall feel with the cascading leaves and those colors.

  5. You so rock these leaves, Kim! Love the autumnal feel. XXX

  6. Love the colors you chose to stamp the leaves and the angled design! Such a pretty card! Thanks for taking the Time Out to play with us! Thanks for taking the Time Out to play with us!


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