ID: MC Sept - Appleseed - Apples card
7"w x 5"h (closed)

Created: September 19, 2010
Modified:

Another of my newest Spellbinder's Die sets - Apples. Love them... Love this quote by Quietfire Design. Love the leaves on the foreground. Love the checkered background using Tim's fade away embossing folder. I think you get the picture. Love the card - Big Grin

   Craft Your Passion     #23 Easel card
   Polly Craft Monday     #60 Autumn Colors
   The Shabby Tea Room  #27 Inspired by Nature
   Creative Card Crew    #58 autumn or fall
   ABC Challenge     D is for Distressing
   Cooking it up with Katie     #29 Autumn colors, embossing & fancy fold
    Crafts & Me Challenge
   #13 Easel card
    Raise the Bar    #36 Something Yummy (crisp autumn Apples)
    Sew many Challenges    #27 Embossing Wet or Dry
  
 Polka Doodle    #37 Easel card
    The Secret Crafters Saturday   #101 Anything Goes
    Corrosive Challenges    #27 Clean up the Dust (Harvest Leaf set)
    All Sorts Challenge   #70 use 3 punches (apples, 2 leaf sets, & quote piece)
    The Crafty Pad    #89 Embossing Wet or Dry
    Incy Wincy designs    #57 Autumn colors
    Craft Your Days Away   #30 Autumn Doodles
    Opus-Gluei   #72 Easel into Fall
    Paper Sundaes   #36 Fall or Halloween colors
    Stamptacular Sundays   #77 incorporate a grid pattern (checkerboard)

  

Ran a piece of cream toned cardstock through the Cuttlebug with Tim's Checkered fade embossing folder (repeated to get the whole piece done). Sponged the high points with Distress stamp pads, Old Paper, Vintage Photo & Walnut Stain. Adhered that to the front of my easel card.

Die cut my apples (Spellbinders Nested Apples) and sponged Distress stamp pads to color, Then stamped with a Speckle stamp and Versafine Vintage Sepia.

Stamped my quote (Quietfire Design) with Versafine black, then die cut with the Spellbinders Labels Four, dry embossing and then sponging color around the edges. Used the die to hand cut a green under layer. Assembled all these elements on card front.

Die cut the leaves (Spellbinders Nested Maple Leaves & Harvest 2 Leaves), sponged autumn colors on them and layered them to a dark brown cardstock applied to the floor of the card, angling the largest maple leaf as a stop mechanism for the card. Added some vein doodles.

PS: This Harvest Leaf set is one of the first Spellbinders I bought several years ago.

 

 

 

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