September 11, 2014

Happy Fall Ya'll - {PP212} challenge

Today's post is for The Paper Player's {PP212} Happy Fall Ya'll challenge. Here is my FALL card.
 
I used the new SU Blackberry Bliss cardstock for my card base, love its rich deep color. I used the same color ink on my leaves along with More Mustard, Hello Honey, and Crisp Cantaloupe inks. Then I spritzed with water and crinkled in my hand to give it weathered look. The final touch of a twine tied button finished the embellishment.
 
The sentiment was created by stacking 6 die cuts together - I used SU's multi-purpose glue. I started with 3 layers of melon mambo on the bottom, then two layers of blackberry bliss and one Hello Honey on top. I really love the how it gives dimension and shadow. 
 Hope you like it too.
 
Thanks for stopping by and please leave a comment to give your thoughts!
Hugs Diane
 
 

6 comments:

Yapha said...

Great card! I love that stacked die cut effect -- it looks amazing! Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players.

Joanne James said...

Gorgeous card - love your chosen colours and that stacked sentiment alongside the leaves is perfect. Thanks so much for joining us at The Paper Players this week!

Nancy said...

Hi Di,
Your Fall card is gorgeous, I love the dimension you created with all the stacking of the word "scatter", the leaves are so realistic looking with the multi-stamping, great job and the twine and button just finish it off perfectly. I too love the colors and Blackberry Bliss was the perfect choice.
Where is the sentiment from, I don't recognize it, is it PTI?

LeAnne said...

WOW...this is AWESOME! What a lovely quote...I've not heard of that one before...and your stacked word is fabulous! Thanks for sharing this with us at the Paper Players this week!

Jaydee said...

Hi Diane, that sentiment is perfect and I love the way you anchored it with that gorgeous flower. So glad you joined the Paper Players again this week
Jaydee

Nance Leedy said...

Oh my! Your stacked sentiment is fantastic Di!! AT first glance, I thought it was a wooden cut out. Love it and what a beautiful sentiment! So glad you joined us this week at The Paper Players!

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