This weekend at SCS, a wonderful tutorial for the most magical leaf was posted. This tutorial, by Debbie, is great fun to do and not hard at all. I encourage you to hop over and check it out. My sketch for this card is based on the sketch at MOJO Monday this week.
Paper-Early Espresso, Cajun Craze, More Mustard, Very Vanilla and Brushed Gold
Stamps-Gently Falling, Always Thankful
Ink-Stazon Black, Early Espresso
Other-SU reinkers in Midnight Muse, More Mustard, Glorious Green, Pumpkin Pie, Cameo Coral, Simply Scored Tool, Wood Grain ef, gold 26g wire, 1 1/2in circle punch, Apothecary Framelits, UTEE, gold embossing powder, Memory Box Quinn Flourish
Below is a close-up of the leaf, which looks like a ceramic piece! This is just a fantastic technique!
Back again, with one more great sketch for the day. This is for Freshly Made Sketches.
Here is my take on this sketch-
For this card, I used Verve's Glad Tidings stamp set and matching snowflake dies. The papers are Crumb Cake, Whisper White, and the wonderful, new Candlelight dsp. The flakes are inked in Early Espresso. I also used pearls, polka dot ef and white craft ink. I am so sad that the craft ink pad did not serve me well here! Time for a new pad. The circle panel and the die cut flakes are popped up on dimensionals.
Thanks for visiting my little part of blog world! Have a wonderful week!
Lee Ann :)