Tweet Leaves

Tweet Leaves

The SUO challenge this time is to make a unique fold card.  I have not had the chance yet to make a twisted easel card so decided that now would be a GREAT time to do that. The base is made from the 2nd to biggest window framelit in Cajun Craze.  I then added a full Cajun Craze panel over […]

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Tweet Leaves

The SUO Challenge this time is to make an Elegant Autumn card.  Oooooooo…I love autumn!  But…when I sat down to work on it, somehow traditional autumn colors didn’t seem to appear on my card anywhere…LOL!!!  I wonder how THAT happened! I do love how this turned it out though and I do love the Island Indigo, Elegant Eggplant, Sahara Sand

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Tweet Leaves

Oh…trust me…I’m not done with this fun little stamp yet!  LOL!!  I thought the colors for the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge was just PERFECT for another Tweet Leaves card so I just went for it.  You couldn’t possibly be sick of it…I still have another one for you! We have such a FABULOUS color challenge this week…

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Tweet Leaves

Oh…I do love this little stamp and this technique together!  And since it is Saturday it is time for the Create with Connie and Mary Holiday Edition 2012 Saturday Challenge for our subscribers!  Oh…and just a quick little note…I’m now official!  I’m a ‘Dirty Girl’ on SCS! The base of the card is More Mustard 3 /12 x 5 1/2

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Tweet Leaves

This is my very favorite way to use this stamp – emboss resist!  This card is really easy to make…the base of the card is Very Vanilla and I ran it through the Woodgrain Embossing Folder.  Next I took another piece of Very Vanilla and did the piercing with a combination of the Festive Template the straight line.  I stamped

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Tweet Leaves

Okay…and now onto my card for today (which I just LOVE!!!)  I think the Tweet Leaves stamp is just THE CUTEST!!!  My favorite look for it is to do emboss resist (stamp with versamark, clear emboss then rub ink over the image)…and you are going to see several cool examples over the coming weeks with this!  Mary Jo gave us

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