I went CAS for my card today, using the three elements in the top row across: stitching, metallic and patterned paper; I also have gems/dots and diecuts in there too! So here we go:
I used the new Stitched Rectangle dies to create a trio of trees from the Brushed Metallic cardstocks...they feature shades of bronze, copper and gold! Very pretty! Here's a different angle:
They were mounted on a piece of gold-embossed Gilded Autumn DSP and topped with some gold star sequins and metallic gold pearls:
A sentiment from Banner Year was heat embossed in copper embossing powder and the edges were punched with the Triple Banner Punch:
This went together really quickly....I can't wait to play with these dies some more! However, I'm taking a little blog vacation, so playing will have to wait! I will see you back soon! Meanwhile, I hope you'll
play along with the Players, and make sure you hop over to the Paper Players blog to see what the DT has done! Thanks for visiting today!
John always plants a garden...and he always plants the same things, but how successfully they grow varies from year to year! This year, we had lousy zucchinis and cucumbers, but we had amazing green beans, a plethora of peppers and some awesome watermelons and cantaloupes! We shared this one with my nephew and his family....it's bigger than Jameson's head....Timmy said he weighed it and it was almost 27 pounds! And it was not seedless, so it was delicious....because we had one too! (I think the seedless ones have no taste!)
Enjoy your day and be blessed!
|Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified|
|Card stock & Papers||Very Vanilla, Gilded Autumn DSP, Metallic Cardstocks|
|Ink||Bronze Encore (ret)|
|Accessories||Dimensionals, Metallic Pearls, Star Sequins (Pretty Pink Posh)|
|Tools||Big Shot, Stitched Triangle Dies, Triple Banner Punch, Bronze Embossing Powder (ret), Heat Tool|