Friday, September 15, 2017

SUO Challenges #183: Autumn Colors! & SIP Challenge #116 – CAS Fall!

Good Morning,

I find it hard to believe that summer is coming to an end. But the evenings have started to cool down and the leaves are turning. I have 2 Fall Challenges to play with too. I want to give credit to my Upline, Pat Shepherd for the card I made. It uses 2 techniques she told me about.  Rolling Marbles and Baby Wipes. Both of these techniques require the Classic Stampin Ink Refills. There are videos on YouTube for each of these techniques.

The Challenges are:

SUO Challenges #183: Autumn Colors! 

The colors I used to create the background and the fall leaves are Cajun Craze, Crushed Curry & Old Olive. I used 2 sets on this card. Colorful Seasons & Painted Harvest. I hope you like it. 

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  1. That is positively STUNNING. The background is the rolled marbles technique? Is it gold ink? Just GORGEOUS!!

  2. Oh durrr......I just noticed you show exactly what you dumb.

    1. LOL, a few drops of each color. You can make a lot of backgrounds very quickly.

  3. Gorgeous card Jan!! You created an amazing background with those techniques. Thank you so much for joining us this week at Stamp Ink Paper :)

  4. I love your leaves Jan and great techniques on your card. Thanks so much for joining us this week at Stamp, Ink, Paper. Carolyn xx

  5. This is stunning! Love your background - it must be the rolled marbles that have given you that lovely crackle effect.

  6. This is gorgeous! Love the different techniques that you used as well as the gold finishing touches- thanks for sharing with us at SUO Challenges!

  7. Whoa - look no further for MY favorite- this is STUNNING!!!! Thanks for playing along!!

  8. What a GORGEOUS fall card! Thanks for joining the SUO challenge!

  9. This is gorgeous. I thought I had tried every technique out there, but apparently missed this one! Your card has inspired me to try it.