(2012 c62) MFP Autumn Glory, Fox on Acetate

Today’s card uses my tutorial on Tutorial Time Challenge #5 found on SpeedyTV.I first stamped the leaves with Versamark and then heat embossed with Emerald Green EP.  Then I used cut outs of the leaves to mask to the leaves & sponged the background (I love this color combination of purple, green, oranges & black).   Then I used the negative mask (the holes where the leaves were cut out) With the negative mask I was able to sponge color on the leaves only.  Next I stamped the fox onto Acetate with Stazon black ink & framed the acetate with a black frame.  Then assembled on a white cardbase.

Challenges Entered:

SimonSays:  Eerie Inspiration (picture with orange, purple, green, black)

OurDailyBread:  Recipe using 3 of the letters in LEAF (mine are Leaves, Emboss, Acetate)

PaperPretties:  Fall Inspiration

VisibleImageAutumn Inspiration

JoannaSheenChallengeSilhouettes

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6 Comments

  1. Sarah Moerman

    Wonderful! I love the embossed leaves! Thanks for joining us for the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!

  2. What a beautiful fall card!! Love the wet embossed leaf background and your colors!! Thanks for joining the ODBD Shining the Light challenge this week!!

  3. Wow is this GORGEOUS!! I love the colors background well I just love every inch of it 🙂

  4. Irit Shalom

    Lovely card and thanks for participating in Visible Image challenge

  5. Rosemary D

    beautiful card… thanks for playing along with the shining the light challenge!

  6. julie woodward (paperpathway)

    Thanks for entering the Visble Image challenge this month……Love the use of the inks …and that little fellow is so cute
    Julie (Visible Image design team) X

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