I’ve been warned that the Splitcoast daily challenges can be addictive….hum, yep! But, I do like having a template to follow so I can create something daily (for now).
Here is todays challenge:
I just love my Dotted Autumn & Fall Flowers DSP. The paper lets me incorporate the ever so lovely soft sky into my autumn themed creations.
I used the “g” negative space from On Board Lots of Letters, covered with DSP, sanded edges, and sponged with Close to Cocoa ink. Then I added a different pattern of DSP in Soft Sky to fill in the “g”. The pumpkin, leaves, and acorn were stamped on Shimmery White CS. I added some pewter wire works and a brad. The faux-grass, which I can’t get enough of, was scalloped with my 3/16″ corner rounder punch then I cut on the lines of the design on the paper so it looks like little individual pieces of paper:
This card has so many layers to it. The challenge pattern consisted of 4 layers, as my card has. I wanted to add something to the right side of the card where it opens. The card size is 4-1/4″ x 10-1/2″ scored at 5-1/2″ so you will have a shorter side (which is the front and you’ll have a 5/8″difference from back). I added more scalloping out of Fall Flowers DSP, then another layer of Really Rust CS. The inside back piece of the card is wheeled with my Autumn Dots wheel in versamark:
STAMPS USED: Dotted Autumn stamp set & Autumn Dots wheel.
CARDSTOCK USED: Old Olive, Really Rust, Whisper White, Shimmery White, Close to Cocoa, Fall Flowers DSP.
INKS USED: Old Olive, Really Rust, Close to Cocoa, and Versamark Pad.
ACCESSORIES USED: Pewter Brads from Vintage Assortment, Wire Works, Ticket Corner Punch, 3/16″ Corner Rounder Punch, On Board Lots of Letters, Sanding Blocks, Stampin’ Sponges, Linen Thread, Word Window Punch, Ribbon from Jersey Ribbon Originals.