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Sunday, October 11, 2020

PP512 Colors by Ann

Hello, stampers!  Ann is our Paper Players hostess this week with a lovely fall palette: 

I knew I wanted to create something with some fall leaves, and since I've been happily perusing my older stamps lately, I pulled out French Foliage...one of my favorites...along with French Script, and went to work:


I started with a Naturals White square card base, added a layer of Cajun Craze and a layer of Cinnamon Cider, stamped with the French Script stamp and shaded with a sponge.  The skeleton leaf panel is a new one to me; it's from Sweet n Sassy and I sponged several colors on it before inking it up.  Finally, I stamped the leaves in Mossy Meadow, Cajun Craze and Crushed Curry, fussy-cutting them out and layering them in the corner.  The sentiment was also fussy-cut and popped up, and I added some enamel dots for embellishment:


The sketch I used is from Inkspire Me:


And since it's a large square card, I also made my own envelope using some retired DSP and the retired Envelope Punch Board!  I hope you'll play along with our pretty fall colors this week!  Be sure to check out what the Design Team has created with them as well...you'll find them all at the Paper Players!  Thanks for popping in today!

Here's a lone little leaf I found on one of my walks:


The leaves are finally beginning to turn!  Enjoy your day and be blessed!

"Rich and poor have this in common; The Lord is the Maker of them all."  Proverbs 22:2

Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified
Stamps Life is Beautiful, French Foliage (ret), French Script Background (ret), Skeleton Leaf (Sweet n Sassy)
Card stock & Papers     Naturals White (ret), Cajun Craze, Mossy Meadow, Cinnamon Cider
 Ink Cajun Craze, Mossy Meadow, Cinnamon Cider, Crushed Curry
Accessories Enamel Dots (ret), Dimensionals
Tools     Big Shot, Stitched Shapes Dies, Sponges

12 comments:

Kampin' Karen said...

This is so pretty. I love that script. The lone leaf knows how to take center stage in your photo. I'm enjoying the river this morning with the sun peeking out every now and then to check on the changing leaves along the river bank.

Bonnie said...

I was just thinking about this stamp set. It's one of my favorites too and time to get it out. These colors are perfect for a Fall card and I love how you've used them!

I Card Everyone said...

I'm seeing lots of skeletal leaves on my blog-trip today - yours is the most wonderful backdrop for your fabulous card, LeAnne!
=]

Jaydee said...

LeAnne, this is so gorgeous. You managed to create so much wonderful texture and yet it still feels so clean. Gorgeous use of the colors. And.. I love your lone leaf - a beautiful spot of color with nothing to steal its thunder.
hugs
jaydee

Lisa Elton said...

I like the text in the background, this is lovely!

laurie said...

This is gorgeous! I just love french foliage set ...such a beautiful card!!

Stef Perry said...

What a beautiful design LeAnne! I still have that stamp set too because it is just so wonderful. Thanks for the reminder and I may have to use it just to CASE your absolutely gorgeous card!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

French Foliage - I remember that one! Just perfect for your card this week with those rich autumn colours. Great sketch too!

Vicky Hayes said...

Love your leafy card with those gorgeous autumn colours LeAnne! I tried to join in with the PP challenge today but realised I'd added some other colours as well...! Sometimes you just get carried away ;)
I absolutely love your photo of the leaves with that stunning single red leaf in the middle. Vicky x

Allisa said...

Such a stunning card, the French script is such a classic!

Ann Schach said...

Beautiful, LeAnne! You pulled out two of my favorite stamp sets from the past...it was like seeing old friends again. lol You did a fabulous job of incorporating my challenge colors. Thank you!

Anne Marie Hile said...

Two beautiful stamp sets...I would have kept them too. In fact, I might have French Foliage. Hmmm. I just love what you did with the colors and the scripty background is a gorgeous touch. So pretty!