Thursday, November 9, 2017

I would like to welcome a new follower to my blog this morning. She is Judy of http://judyscardcorner.blogspot.com and I hope you can visit her blog and say hi.  She is a design team member for CASology and on her blog Tuesday she had stunning pictures of the Northern Lights and the Milky Way seen from Iceland!

I'm sharing a card today made from a stamp I borrowed. I have returned it but I think it was a Stampendous cling stamp and I don't know it's name. I embossed it in white e/p and brayered on Distress Ink in three fall colors. The leaf is a die from Poppy Stamps called Majestic Maple and is also sponged with DI and the greeting is Lawn Fawn. I used a sponge brayer on the background and I love it. It is small so it's much easier to use for me than a larger rubber one. It gets into small places and it so lightweight. I love it when I find a new product that is so easy to work with, does the job well and is inexpensive. Be kind to one another.


7 comments:

  1. Brenda, you did a great job with the brayered background, it looks really good and your leaf is beautiful.

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  2. This is so gorgeous, Brenda!! The background looks amazing!! I love the colors!! The leaf is beautiful!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  3. So now I have to go get a foam brayer! You are an enabler, my friend! How I love this card, Brenda--such beautiful colors & the design is wonderful! I was just looking at that leaf--thank you!--& thinking of what I could do with it. We do like a lot of the same things!

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  4. Gorgeous card Brenda, love the colours on your wonderful background.
    Hugs Pam x

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  5. What a gorgeous card design with that ombre background for those pretty leaves. So glad you shared it.

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  6. Weren't Judy's photos amazing?! Wow!

    Your card is really stunning, Brenda! I love the background embossed in white with those beautiful fall colors and that maple leaf looks totally real!! I have a bunch of those foam brayers from SU - unused, of course. I have a hard time blending with the TH blending tools, so thanks for this reminder about the brayers! That may be the ticket for me to be able to do blending because I love the look!! Hugs, Darnell xxoo

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  7. A gorgeous card Brenda. The background is lovely and sets off the leaf perfectly.

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