Sunday, September 2, 2012

Autumn Colors Blog Hop - Day 2 (September 2)

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Welcome back to Day #2 of the Krazy Crafting Crew's monthly hop. This month's theme is "Autumn Colors."

Yesterday, I showed you a card made with a lovely new designer paper by FarmHouse Paper Company called "Sugar Hill Autumn."  If the paper doesn't get you in the mood for the changing season, only the changing leaves and cooler weather will do it for you!

Today, let me show you another autumn project:

To make this card, I also started with a kraft card base. I stamped the RubberNecker large floral image slightly off-center, using Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad.  I then colored the flowers in the image using Copic markers. The sunflower seed packet image was cut from a piece of the FarmHouse Sugar Hill Autumn paper, distressed and edged in Memento Cocoa ink.  I adhered it using foam tape by XPress It. I made the rolled zinnia after cutting the template for it using Cricut's Art Philosophy cartridge and some Halloween scraps. The leaf is a silk leaf from my flower stash, glued onto the card using Aleene's Turbo Tack glue.  
 
Please do visit our hop hostess's site to learn more about the blog candy being offered this month. Our hostess for is Katina of "Loving Life's Little Blessings" blog. To continue on the hop full of Autumn's colors, hop on over to: ZENITA's fun blog! 



By the way,
have you seen the Halloween banners on the
Halloween Spooktacular Banner Hop
for Special Needs Kids? 

Can I tempt you with blog candy ....???  
Go on ... you want to!
 

 DeFiaNtLy DiFfeReNt & CreAtiVeLy Yours,

5 comments:

Lissa Marie said...

love your card as always Ellen.

PaulaJ said...

great card!

MzLavr2 said...

Beautiful fall card!
<3 Pam
MzLavr2sCreations@live.com

Ellen Jarvis said...

Here's my comment, short and sweet:
I think MY card is pretty neat!!

HAHAHA!

Ellen ♥ CardMonkey
http://cardmonkeyspaperjungle.com
E-mail: cardmonkey@comcast.net

RLS Innovations said...

You do beautiful work with copics.

Sue
rolfe974@prodigy.net