At my monthly card club we made leaves out of coffee filters. We die cut the images using the autumn accents dies. We spritzed water on a paper plate, added ink drops of different colors, and put the leaves on top. After letting them dry, we used them on a project. I ended up with a lot of leftovers (just like Thanksgiving dinner) and decided I would use one on a card to post on the blog. Luckily, I found the Paper Players sketch and thought I would play along.
I grabbed some cajun craze, crushed curry and very vanilla cardstock to spotlight the coffee filter leaf. I ran the crushed curry through the woodgrain embossing folder, added a strip of burlap ribbon, a wooden accent (that I dragged over the crushed curry ink pad), button and linen thread. I pulled the burlap ribbon apart and cut the extra strips of burlap in half to put under the twine and button. A quick sentiment and I was done.
Can you believe that it is Halloween tomorrow? Three months and we will be in a new year! Crazy how time flies!
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Supplies: CS: SU! cajun craze, crushed curry, and very vanilla. Stamps: SU! good greetings. Ink: SU! cajun craze and crushed curry. Dies/EF: SU! autumn accents, woodgrain. Other: SU! burlap ribbon, wooden autumn elements, crushed curry button and linen thread.