9.01.2011

Some Fall Stamping...

Hi everyone! Our weather in NC was a little cooler today and I just couldn't resist the idea of creating a fall card with some cool Verve stamps I purchased and have never used!
I used Andrea's Viva la Verve sketch from week 2 of August...


The color challenge this week at SCS was Cherry Cobbler, Calypso Coral, and More Mustard. It sounds pretty scary but, it actually looks nice together and is very fitting for fall.


All the paper and ink is from Stampin' Up!®. I used the Harvest Blessings stamp set from Verve. I used Martha Stewart Crafts border punches to create the layers of borders and topped them off with Calypso Coral ribbon.


The challenge this week at CCEE Stampers is to create a fall card with a die cut. My die-cut is the label I stamped my leaves on and the layer behind it. It is the <Adore> cut from the Lacy Labels Cricut Cartridge.

Thanks for stopping by. Have a fabulous weekend!




24 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Jennipher and I LOVE those colors together! So pretty.
    Lynn

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  2. This is beautiful Jennipher, I love the colors and sketch!

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  3. Very bright and beautiful!
    And welcome to the paper bloggers' group :D

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  4. This turned out so pretty!! I love the leaves and the colors are beautiful.

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  5. Beautiful, Jennipher! Love these rich, warm colors together!

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  6. GORGEOUS! Love the colors. Leafy goodness! How did you create the edging... is it distressed with a darker ink? Love that look. I lived in Winston-Salem for a year and LOVED the weather there! Took the boys to the park all year long!

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  7. This is beautiful Jennipher! That color combo is pretty cool...I may have to try it one day! Very nice work as always Hun & TFS!!!

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  8. Fantastic colors! I love the way you edged the background paper!

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  9. This is beautiful! Would you consider submitting this for our fall call at Practical Scrappers?

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  10. Such a beautiful card! Love the pretty patterned leaves!

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  11. So pretty, Jenn! You totally rocked the colors!

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  12. So pretty Jennipher!! I'm so ready for fall...enjoy your cooler weather.

    Hugs,
    Wendy

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  13. Stunning, Jennipher, absolutely stunning! ;)

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  14. I probably would have avoided this color combo, but it works perfectly on your card! I just love those leaves with the sentiment stamped over them! SO pretty!

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  15. So eye-catching, Jennipher! Amazing job with that color combo!

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  16. You have succeeded in doing a very beautiful and simple autumn card. The colour scheme is wonderful. It is noticed that somehow the trees celebrate the Indian Summer. To use this Martha Stewart punch at this card is quite brilliant and I also love the form of the part with the leaves.

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  17. Oh this is so beautiful! Autumn is my favorite time of year. You perfectly captured the colors.

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  18. Gorgeous fall card Jennipher! I love the rich colors!!

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  19. Wowzers Miss Jennipher! Love Love Love this! Fall has always been my favorite season, so to me this is just Wonderful! Love the gorgeous colors you chose and loving all the borders and fall leaves.!

    Big Hugs
    Shannon

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  20. You're right, those are not colors that I would have thought would look good together, but your card is fabulous and they are beautiful together.

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  21. So pretty! You did a wonderful job on both the sketch and color challenge!

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  22. Oh my how charming!! LOVE your leaf colors!! And your distressing and punched border with the ribbon is fabulous!! What a beauty!

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  23. I never thought of using that color combo, but they look great together!! Love your little leaves.

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