I’m sharing a card made with the Gorgeous Leaves Bundle while participating in two online challenges.
SUOC /#282-Plant Life
Shopping our Stash/#452-Wood You Believe
And, the Gorgeous Leaves Bundle can be found in the SU! Mini (Holiday) Catalog and my online store. It is a multi-purpose set which could be used for Male Birthdays, Thinking of You and Sympathy cards. Too, if you add a pack of cardstock to the order, you’ll be able to select a FREE SAB item.
To start, I made a card base with Early Espresso cardstock. Then, I embossed a layer of Sahara Sand with the Timber Embossing Folder. Next, I wrapped Linen Thread around the layer three times and tied with a bow. Afterwards, I adhered the layer to the card.
Then, I stamped a sentiment from the Well Defined stamp set with Early Espresso ink onto Sahara Sand cardstock. Next, I cut out the sentiment with the Scalloped Contours dies and adhered it over the twine.
Next, I stamped leaf images from the Gorgeous Leaves Bundle with several colors of ink (Blackberry Bliss, Crushed Curry, Old Olive, Cinnamon Cider) onto Very Vanilla cardstock. Afterwards, I used the dies and cut out the leaves. Also, using the same dies, I cut images from Copper Foil and several different colors of cardstock-Old Olive, Early Espresso, Cinnamon Cider, Crushed Curry. Thus, I adhered the leaves around the sentiment layer.
Afterwards, I added three Holiday Rhinestones to the front of the card.
Finishing the card made with Gorgeous Leaves Bundle-
Too, I added a layer of Very Vanilla cardstock to the inside of the card. And, I adhered two extra images to the bottom corner.
So, I hope you enjoyed seeing the Gorgeous Leaves Bundle. It seems fitting as we wait cooler Fall days!
Want to become a Demonstrator?
Then, this Sunday, August 29th, the Krew is hosting an online event telling more about being a demonstrator. Too, we’ll have a ZOOM phone call that you can participate in and get your specific questions answered. I’ll post the link to the Facebook page over the next two days. More details can be seen below: