Monday, September 28, 2020

inky paws challenge 133 fall leaves ♥

 hi!

 

If you're welcoming fall with open arms like I am this week then this Inky Paws Challenge is for you! It's an autumn themed challenge! Wear all the sweaters! Pumpkin Spice all the things! Burn all the candles! Bake all the pies! (it's still 80 degrees outside so all of this can only happen inside my house where the ac is blasting because Virginia...) Link a card up to the challenge here in the next two weeks for a chance to win a $20 store credit to the Newton's Nook Designs online store ☺


I used the Falling Leaves stencil on wood veneer paper with Texture Paste and then inked the leaves up with Distress inks before adding some details with Copic Markers, the leaves are so pretty and vibrant! I die cut a tag out of vellum using the Fancy Edges Tag die set and embossed my sentiment from the Fall-ing For You stamp set with white embossing powder. I stitched the bottom of the tag onto the card with my sewing machine and added a pretty twine bow.

This is actually a little backwards for me, we still hang on to summer through the end of September and then we jump into Halloween in my house, I don't get to decorate with all of my pretty fall stuff until everyone goes to sleep on October 31 ♥

 

 




 

supplies:

Newton's Nook Designs Fall-ing For You stamp set, Newton's Nook Designs Fancy Edges Tag die set, Newton's Nook Designs Falling Leaves stencil, Neenah Solar White cardstock, Wood Veneer paper, Vellum, My Favorite things Pure Plum cardstock, Ranger Texture Paste, Versamark ink, White Embossing Powder, Twine, Thread + Sewing Machine, Copic Markers, and Distress Oxides: Peeled Paint, Forest Moss, Seedless Preserves, Fired Brick, Aged Mahogany, Fossilized Amber, Spiced Marmalade, Carved Pumpkin, and Abandonded Coral

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