Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Blended Seasons Autumn Leaves card for Go for Greece Blog Hop


Hi,
It's time for another blog hop for Stampin' Up Demonstrators who are working towards earning the incentive trip to Greece - wouldn't that be wonderful?
I've created another card using the gorgeous bundle that's available until August 31st or while stocks last.

I wish you could see this card in real life, it's tricky to photograph a sparkly card without fancy lighting.
I stamped the autumn leaves using black StazOn ink onto Shimmery White cardstock, and coloured them using the Watercolour Pencils assortment 2. I smoothed out the colouring with an Aqua Painter filled with water. Then I cut out the centre of the panel using one of the label dies in the set, and raised this on the mat using foam Dimensionals. The extra leaves are a die from the set, and I've added Wink of Stella to them to add a little sparkle. 


The greeting is from the set as well, and I stamped it onto a strip of Shimmery White cardstock and punched it using the Everyday Label punch.
The Shimmery White art piece is then layered onto Real Red cardstock on a Mango Melody card base.

Here's the list of everyone joining in on the hop today, check out what everyone's been doing.

If you'd like to make this card, here are the supplies you'll need:

Product List
To order supplies, click on the images to be taken to my online shop.

Happy hopping and stamping,
Tina

18 comments:

  1. This is stunning and so well coloured! I love this stamp set for colouring, it's perfect! I love how you have coloured and then cut out the background and raised it up, looks fabulous. x

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  2. Beautiful card and fabulous technique Tina! Love it! xxx

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  3. Love the colours Tina! So beautiful

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  4. I love this card and the eclipse technique with the falling leaves. The dimension it adds is stunning

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  5. Hello, Tina, great to blog along with you for the first time. I like everything about this card. The colours marry so well, I have a Japanese Maple Tree in my front garden, and I watch the leaves change to all these different colours, so as the Tree is bare at the moment so over the winter, I could look at your card all day.

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  6. Amazing card Tina. I love the layers creating extra texture.

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  7. I love this Tina! Those water colour pencils are wonderful. :-)

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  8. Lovely card. Great colours. Thanks for sharing

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