The rubber stamp was stamped with Gina K Black Amalgam Ink and the colored with Copic Markers. Since this was more of a scene stamp, I knew I wasn’t going to be cutting the image out (of course I could have, but I really like the flying leaves). I used modified rectangle die to cut my “scene” and used a slightly larger one to cut the solid paper (found in the Fall Break paper pad) to make a mat.
I had SUCH a hard time deciding which pattern paper to use. My focal point takes up a large portion of the front so I knew I wanted a small pattern. I also wanted pumpkins or leaves. It seems so silly to spend so much time finding the right piece of pattern paper but I ended up taking my stitched rectangle die to each piece of pattern paper – put the scene piece in the die to a REALLY good idea of what the card will look like. It came down to 2 patterns that I liked so I decided to use both!
I used the super small print for the front panel and the leaves for the inside of the card. I decided there wasn’t much room left on the front for the sentiment so I would need to stamped on the inside if the card. I took a scrap of white card stock and die cut a stitched, scalloped circle and stamped the sentiment in the center of the circle. I finished the front with a little shimmer using a clear glitter brush.
What do you think? Do you like the pattern paper on the inside as well?
Thank You all so much for joining me today. I hope you enjoy and get inspired.