(2017 c82) Wreath, Lawn Fawn, Spellbinders, Tattered Angels

 

The leaves were cut from different colored vellum with Small Stitched Leaves die by Lawn Fawn  as you can see in photo to the left. For the background, first I covered white cardstock with stains by Tim Holtz/Ranger (Citron, Blue Print Blue)  I tried to follow this Rub Away Stencil Techniqu but I think I let The Coffee Shop spray mist by Tattered Angels dry too much before trying to rub off & it got pretty ragged see px on the right.  The green boarder was a partial cut using Floral Ovals by Spellbinders. Th sentiment is from Thankful by Ellen Hutson.

Challenges Entered:

CardChallenges(MFT)Sketch 361

WordArtWednesday:  Chal 310 & 311 – Anything Goes

FrillyAndFunkie:  Give Thanks

TheHouseThatStampsBuilt:  DCC111 Falling For You

SimonSaysStamp:  Anything Goes

TheHouseThatStampsBuilt:  DCC111 Falling For You

EllenHutson: Pin Sights Challenge6a00d83451614969e201bb09d044cb970d-450wi

 

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6 Comments

  1. Marcelle

    Beautiful card Lagene! Love the wreath you’ve created!

  2. Verna Angerhofer

    Beautiful wreath of leaves.

  3. Fabulous card, love the wreath of leaves.
    Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
    luv
    Debby

  4. Lagene, your card is really beautiful! I think your background worked out very well, and really compliments your gorgeous vellum leaves and the green border! Thank you so much for your second entry into my Give Thanks challenge at Frilly and Funkie! Sending hugs!

  5. Very pretty! I think the background is fabulous and I love how you used part of the floral oval for the curved portion of the sketch. Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

  6. beaglefest

    This is so pretty-love that vellum wreath!

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