MFT Stamps Autumn Blessings Card

Posted by Jale Gosch on

Step 1: Cut the card base and patterned paper. Adhere paper to top folding a2 card

Step 2: Cut Bristol smooth Cardstock and cilantro Cardstock with the rectangle frame. Use dried marigold and wild honey distress oxides on the white piece.

Step 3: Cut grassy borders from the cilantro rectangle then use lucky clover distress oxide on the top edge of the grassy borders. Sprinkle grassy borders and the background panel with distress paint and a small paint brush. Let dry completely.

Step 4: In the meantime, stamp your images with the Copic friendly ink on some Neenah Cardstock and color. Use darker oranges at the top and bottom of each pumpkin and blend them towards the middle. Then cut all the pumpkins and extra leaves with the matching dies. Using a white pen, add some highlights.

Step 5: Cut the farm fence from some white Cardstock. Once the background is completely dried, stamp the sentiment directly on it using some Amalgam ink.

Step 6: Lastly, adhere all elements to the card. Use some foam adhesive for the smaller grassy border and some of the pumpkins. Make sure to overlap the images some to create a balanced scene.

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Products Used:

Gina K Cardstock in Sweet Mango

HoneyBee Stamps Harvest Festival Paper Pad

Bristol Smooth White Cardstock

Distress Oxide in Wild Honey, Lucky Clover and Dried Marigold

Lawn Fawn Cardstock in Cilantro

MFT Stamps autumn blessings stamps and dies

MFT Stamps Farm Fence (ALTERNATIVE)

MFT Stamps slimline grassy hills

Neenah white cardstock

Gina K designs Amalgam ink black onyx

Copic Markers YR27 YR16 Y17 G29 G46

Lawn Fawn small stitched Rectangles

Distress Paint Picket Fence and a small paintbrush

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