Thursday, October 21, 2010

The Beauty of Fall


Isn't Fall a beautiful time of year!   I just love all the beautiful colors.  This card was created using a lot of different products from Joan's Gardens.  The top background pumpkins were embossed using a Tim Holtz Texture Fades embossing folder called Pumpkin Patch.  These embossing folders give you a really deep embossing. There is another embossing folder in this package with Cattails.  The fence is a Tim Holtz Alterations die called "On The Edge".  It is such a perfect size for cards.  The bottom design paper is from the Graphic 45 "Halloween in Wonderland Collection" paper pad. 

The Sentiment is from  JustRite "Nature's Nested Sentiments"and the JustRite frame is from the Victorian Frames.  It was was stamped in black ink, cut out around the frame and sponged with Distress Ink, then backed with green card stock.  It was attached with dimensionals. 

The leaves are from the Heartfelt Creations sets:  "Bold Falling Leaves precut set" and "Open Falling Leaves Precut set".  I stamped the bold leaves using the "Autumn" Kaleidacolor rainbow ink pad then using the stamp positioner, stamps the open leaves stamp in brown ink.  They were cut out with the matching die cut.  Having the matching dies sure makes cutting things out so quick and easy -- love it.  The leaves were all attached on dimensionals.


9 comments:

Kerrie said...

Very pretty!

Olga said...

I love this, I haven't seen that embossing folder with the pumpkins, neat and goes great with this!!!!

Anonymous said...

Another beauty Selma - how do you do it? :)

Mary Mac

Theresa said...

Love this fall card and all the elements that you used. Great embossing folder.

Patti said...

This is awesome... I just got that embossing folder. Can't wait to use it!

Lynette said...

I am certainly enjoying visiting your blog each day! Thanks for sharing your wonderful items!

CraftinGranny said...

This is really stunning Selma! Love the embossed background. "Hugs" Carol

April said...

Very lovely card!

Betty Benton said...

Fantastic card, Selma! Always look forward to seeing what you come up with next!

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