Abstract Season

Happy Saturday! This is the last sample of the Abstract Background technique that I have to show you. I actually made this card after creating the Abstract Background tutorial a couple posts ago, so my card colors are pretty much the same ones used for that post. I used a different stamp set - this one is called Season of Friendship, and it's so pretty for autumn cards. One of the stamps in this set has a set of three leaves, and I used my markers to color each leaf before stamping. Doesn't it make a pretty background paper? The sentiment was stamped and punched out with the Modern Label punch, and I added a bit of depth with sponging along the edge of it and the background paper. The sentiment was matted and adhered to the cardfront with dimensional popdots. I cut out one set of leaves and glued it to the top of my sentiment for interest. The button has a bit of twine tied through it, and it is attached with a popdot.
I hope that you have a most enjoyable weekend - I have a birthday celebration to attend where there will be lots of Japanese food to eat.... YUM! See you next time... :)

Stamps - Season of Friendship
Paper - Vanilla, Chocolate Chip, Dusty Durango
Ink - Summer Sun, More Mustard, Pumpkin Pie, Really Rust, Chocolate Chip, SU markers: Summer Sun, More Mustard, Close to Cocoa
Accessories - Big Shot, Top Note die, Modern Label punch, sponge, button, twine, dimensional popdots


Judy H. said...

Oooohhhh... I'm liking this technique! It's very kewl! And thanks for the tutorial - so easy - and another reason to buy those spots!

Judy H.

TiStampsUp said...

I knew I needed this stamp set! LOL
This card is amazing! Love the fall colors!
BTW>>You definately need cottage wall! lol

RoseOhio said...

I really love this card! Reminds me of fall. Beautiful!

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