Thanksgiving in Plaid

img_5059Weekly Challenge 10/3/2016

see photo for all placements

I created with all FunStampersJourney product.

4 1/4 X 8 1/2 card base out of Oatmeal Cookie Card Stock, folded in half and creased with bone folder.

Layer 1: Cocoa Powder Card Stock cut 4×4

Layer 2: 2×2 squares cut on Diagonal from Autumn Prints Patterned Paper, placed on Cocoa Powder layer with Easy Glide Adhesive.

Cut  2 pieces of Ribbon, 5 inches long of  Gingham Cocoa Powder and Oatmeal Cookie Organza Ribbon. Adhear to layer 1 and 2 with adhesive or craft glue  on back of the 2 layers.Use a piece of the Gingham Cocoa Powder ribbon to make a pretty bow. Glue to middle of card front.

Rosette was cut from Lemon Grass Card Stock.  1 inch x 8 inches  and  scored every 1/4 inch.  Then fan folded and glued together to form a circle.Flatten into a Rosette and glue onto 2 small round scraps of Lemongrass  Cardstock, one on the front and the other on the back and glue to center of Pretty bow with Journey Craft Glue.

Stamp  leaves from SS-0041 Give Thanks on scrap of plaid paper with Oatmeal Cookie ink and Cocoa Powder ink. Fussy cut.

Stamp sentiment  At-0159  Grateful Heart on Oatmeal Cookie with Cocoa Powder ink and then ink again on top with Gold Silk. Fussy cut and adhear to rosette with Medium Foam Squares. Place leaves under the sentiment with Small Foam Squares.

Gently splash entire card with Gold Silk.

Send to someone to brighten their holiday season.

For classes, questions and orders follow me at: coachstephroger.1@gmail.com

or http://www.funstampersjourney.com/stephanierogers

 

 

 

 

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