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>> Friday, October 27, 2017

by Julie Warner - The Write Stuff

 Happy Friday!
I hope your week has gone well! We are still in the process of moving & my week has been exhausting! Doesn't seem to matter how much I pack, how much I donate or how much I throw away...there is still so much left to sort through. I think this stuff is reproducing itself while I sleep. Which isn't long, so this is happening at lightning speed!

My quick & easy card is the result of having like -1 hour to spare. I started by stamping & embossing the two leaves in white across mostly the top & left side. I had to do just a little masking. Then I sponged on Distress oxide & regular inks & blended them toward the bottom. After die cutting, I turned the thin layer upside down & put it back then stamped the greeting w/ the Versafine. A single embossed, sponged & fussy cut leaf was added on top.
Here's a look at the inside.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great weekend!

stamps: DRS Designs - Give Thanks, Open Leaf, Fall Leaf w/ Acorn (inside- Deco Thanksgiving) 
paper: Staples 110# white
ink:  Versafine vintage sepia, Colorbox frost white pigment, Distress inks rusty hinge, ground espresso, Distress oxide inks antique linen, vintage photo, frayed burlap, walnut stain
accessories:  Lil' Inkers stitched rectangles, Spellbinder A2 matting basics B dies, white embossing powder


Sue said...

Stunning Julie, absolutely stunning! You shaded background is incredible with the white leaves on top and I love the single die cut leaf and the curl you put in it before you mounted it!

nwilliams6 said...

Julie, this is GORGEOUS! Wow, I think it is the prettiest card I have seen with this leaf image. Wow! So beautiful!

Shelia said...

Absolutely beautiful, Julie. Those leaves are so pretty!

Karin said...

Brown leaves have never looked this pretty... ever! Stunning background with the white embossing and I love the simple look, even though there's nothing simple about this card!

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