I'm so excited to be posting my very first tutorial. Please leave a comment and let me know what you think.
This little thank you card has a 3" x 6" base using Taken with Teal CS, scored at 3". The three panels are from the new Autumn Meadows DSP found on Pg. 13 of the new Holiday Mini Catalog, #116769. The panels are 7/8" x 2-7/8" and inked around the edges using Really Rust.
I then used temporary adhesive to attach the three panels to a sheet of grid paper as shown in the second photo. Using the oak leaf image from the new Autumn Splendor stamp set (Also on Pg. 13 of the Holiday Mini Catalog, #116503), I stamped across the three panels in Chocolate Chip ink. The acorn image was stamped on Really Rust CS with Versamark Ink (Pg. 190, #102283 of the 2009-10 Idea Book and Catalog) and embossed with gold embossing powder (Pg. 188, #109129).I added color to the oak leaf image using a blender pen (Pg. 192, #102845) and the Really Rust and More Mustard inkpads. I added shadows to the acorn image using a blendor pen and Really Rust and Old Olive inkpads. The panels were then attached evenly across the card base with snail (Pg. 192, #104332).
The sentiment is from the Short and Sweet stamp set (Pg. 141 #115060). The sentiment was stamped on Chocolate Chip CS with Versamark and embossed with gold embossing powder. I punched the image out using the Modern Label punch (Pg. 186, #116630). I punched an outline in Taken with Teal using the Modern Label window and the Movers and Shakers die (Pg. 201, #114506 and #115953).
I wrapped linen thread (Pg. 183, #104199) around the front of the card and attached the label using Stampin' Dimensionals (Pg. 192, #104430). The acorn image was cut out and attached to the label using Tombow Multi-Purpose Adhesive (Pg.192, #110755).
Okay, that's it! Let me know what you think, okay?
Labels: Autumn Splendor