My friend Sue lent this Samantha Walker Spellbinder set to me. I looked for an actual name and could not find one. This corner die only cuts the corner, not across the bottom, so I started out by cutting my two corners out of a DWS paper stack. The design paper (muted leaves in different colors) behind the beautiful SB corner is one I have been hording in my fall papers for several years. It has a plain colored back so I chose that to matte the layer behind the dp. The leaf was made using the paper I made with alcohol inks on glossy paper and cut with the CLD largest leaf. I had a beautiful swirly Fall SVG file from my friend Pam, but my Cricut would not allow me to cut it small enough for the space left for the sentiment so I used my Memory Box letters to cut the "Fall" from more of my papers made with the alcohol ink. I used some thick twine to add a bow. I wasn't really able to capture how rich the colors are IRL.
Thank you so much for stopping by and taking a look.
Date: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 GMT Views: 3161
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Wed, Oct 29, 2014 @ 9:41 PM
Beautiful Peggy in those magnificent fall colors, my favorites this time of year! I love the alcohol ink on glossy and the gorgeous colors you created! The die is awesome and the way you used this leaf just makes this card! You have a fantastic sense of design and choosing just the right ones to back your die cuts!
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Fri, Oct 31, 2014 @ 9:57 PM
Since fall has always been one of my favorite seasons it's no surprise this caught my eye right away. Gorgeous with a capital G! And that is the most realistic looking leaf I think I've ever seen. Don't you just love those alcohol inks :) Beautiful autumnal card!
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