Sunday, October 10, 2021

Autumn Triple-Diamond Point Card

Good Morning Crafty Friends.  Autumn is definitely here!  It has been very cool and all the trees have changed colors and porches and yards all decorated with beautiful Fall flowers and pumpkins.

This is a 6-inch card. On the front panel, two inches was cut off the bottom.   I used Susan's  Button & Daisy Chrysanthemum, Foliage & Ladybug, and Woodland Garden Leaves die sets to decorate this card.

I found several YouTube videos showing how to create a Triple Diamond Point card shape.  On the top panel I used a piece of tan card stock and embossed it using the Spellbinders  Falling Leaves embossing folder.  It was scored around the edges using a Score Board and attached to a piece of black card stock.

One of the stamps from Susan's Autumn Quotes stamp set was stamped using black VersaFine Ink and die cut using the Spellbinders Picot Petite Ovals die set.  It was attached using dimensional dots.  

The three diamond squares were cut and attached at the bottom of the front panel keeping them within the sides and bottom of the front of the card.    I used white, black and tan card stock for these diamonds.  A black pen was used to draw the stitching around the edge of the tan diamonds.

The Button & Daisy Chrysanthemum die set was used to create a green, tan, burgundy and orange flower.  Three were attached to the left of the Oval and one attached to the center diamond on the bottom of the card.

The Foliage & Ladybugs die set was used for the berry branches.  For the berries, I colored sticky back pearls and colored them with Copic Markers.

The Woodland Garden Leaves die set was used to die cut the Maple leaves.  They were colored, shaped and crystal clear glaze added to give them a shine.  A tiny twine bow was added below the maple leaves on the bottom of the card.  

On the inside of the card, a piece of 6-inch square, copper embossed card stock was added.  Under the top 4-inch panel, a piece of white card stock was added to be able to write a personal message. 


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