Give thanks

Hi friends! Happy Monday – I hope you had a great weekend! They sure do go by fast! Affiliate links are used in this post at no cost to you. I really appreciate your support! Our new challenge is live this morning over at Love To Craft Challenge Blog and I’m thrilled to share my DT inspiration project for LTCCB #64 – November Anything Goes! Fall is in full swing so here’s a pretty slimline chock full of Fall colors using Prickley Pear Stamps Oak & Maple Leaf stamp set and coordinating Prickley Pear Stamps Oak & Maple Leaf die set! OMGosh, they are gorgeous! Prickley Pear Stamps also carries Rinea Foiled Paper Autumn Variety Pack that I used for these leaves.

I cut a top-folding slimline card base measuring 9″ x 3-3/4″ from Neenah Classic Crest 110# Solar White cardstock. This is my go-to size because it fits perfectly in a #10 business size envelope which the slimline was designed to fit in, and still allows for some dimension. I cut layers from Stampin’ Up patterned paper, Darice textured brown cardstock and CutCardStock Camomile cardstock for the front, layered them together and adhered the panel to the front of the card base. I die cut three stitched circles from CutCardStock Camomile cardstock and three slightly larger stitched circles from the textured brown cardstock, layered them together in three sets, offsetting the yellow circles toward the top, and adhered them to the front panel. I adhered small foiled paper squares to white cardstock and die cut a variety of oak and maple leaves in different colors using the Prickley Pear Stamps Oak & Maple Leaf die set, and layered two on each set of circles. I added twine bows and flat-back pearls to each set of circles. I stamped a sentiment in brown ink on white cardstock, trimmed it and flagged one end, and adhered it to the front with foam pads.

I cut a panel for the inside from Neenah Classic Crest 80# Solar White cardstock and embellished it with leftover strips of patterned paper and the textured brown cardstock used on the front, stamped the sentiment in brown ink, and layered the panel on CutCardStock Camomile cardstock. I had a leftover die cut foiled maple leaf which I adhered to the bottom left corner of the panel.

And one more look… the colors in this angled shot show up much better than in any of the other photos I took. Very happy with how this turned out!

Sharing in the following challenges:
1. A Bit More Time To Craft Extra Challenge: November Anything Goes
2. A Perfect Time To Craft Challenge: #11 November – Anything Goes
3. Classic Design Challenge Blog: #11 November – Anything Goes
4. Jan’s Digi Stamps Challenges: November – Anything Goes
5. The Crafting Challenge: November – Stitching (Real or Faux) (stitched circle die cuts)
6. Your Scrapbook Place: November – Anything Goes

Products used:
Cardstock/Paper: Neenah Classic Crest 110# and 80# Solar White cardstock, CutCardStock Camomile cardstock, Darice textured brown cardstock, Rinea Foiled Paper Autumn Variety Pack, Stampin’ Up Color Me Autumn DSP
Stamps: Prickley Pear Stamps Oak & Maple Leaf stamp set
Ink: StazOn Jet Black ink, Ranger ground espresso archival ink
Dies/Punches: Prickley Pear Stamps Oak & Maple Leaf die set, Memory Box Stitched Circle Layers dies, EK Success 3/4″ square punch (to flag one end of the sentiment)
Accessories: Tonic Studios 12″ Guillotine Paper Trimmer, Tombow Mono permanent adhesive, Bearly Art precision craft glue, Gemini Junior, MISTI stamp tool, Studios Blackbird twine, Flourish With A Bling gold flat-back pearls

I hope you’ve enjoyed this project and will link up an ‘anything goes’ project with us this month! We’d love to see what you’re working on! Thanks so much for stopping by today – we’ll see you next time! ;)

Scrappy hugs,
lesliesig

4 thoughts on “Give thanks

  1. Marvelous fall medallions with natural touches Leslie! Thank you for sharing your colorful slimline creation with us at Jan’s Digi Blog Challenge. Join us again each month for a NEW challenge. Happy Holidays!
    Hugs,
    Jan
    (Owner & Illustrator of Jan’s Digi Stamp Shop)

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