Welcome everyone to the Create with Connie and Mary Saturday Design Team Blog Hop. This week is the second week of our Fall theme and our challenge was to do a Fall card but KEEP IT SIMPLE!!! Oh my word…that challenge has my name written all over it! LOL!!! All I can say is that I LOVE my card this week!
Well what can I say…it really doesn’t get much simpler than this! Here’s the details…
- Old Olive – 4 1/4 x 8 1/2 folded
- Very Vanilla 3 3/4 x 4 1/4, stamp greeting from For All Things in Versamark and Gold Emboss
- Gold Foil – 1/2 x 4 1/4, add behind Very Vanilla panel then add panel to card front using dimensionals.
- Stamp leaf using Basic Black Archival, color with Old Olive, Delightful Dijon and So Saffron markers, cut out using Leaflet Framelit, add using dimensionals.
- Tie Gold Cording Trim into small Gold Metal Button, add using glue dots.
Yep…that is ALL there is! Easy peasy lemon squeezy!
And speaking of easy peasy lemon squeezy…it is easy to sign up for the Create with Connie and Mary October Mini Session…
* Includes FIVE step-by-step tutorials for projects…THREE card sets, each with 4 cards and TWO 3D items…perfect for your club or stamp camp!
* All FIVE projects are available once the mini collection opens so you immediately have all projects (and tutorials)
* Plus BONUS cards done by Connie and Mary throughout the month!
*Mini session is available beginning on Oct. 11th
Sets used for this collection:
- Holly Jolly Christmas
- Vintage Leaves
- Your Presents
- Happy Scenes
- Thankful Forest Friends
- BONUS: Reason for the Season
|Set(s):||Lighthearted Leaves, For All Things|
|Paper:||Very Vanilla, Old Olive, Gold Foil|
|Ink:||Basic Black Archival, Old Olive Marker, Delightful Dijon Marker, So Saffron Marker, Versamark|
|Other:||Leaflet Framelits, Gold Cording Trim, Gold Basic Buttons, Gold Embossing Powder, Dimensionals|
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Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!