Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Creative Escape Papercrafting using Fall Frenzy

Hi.. this is my 6th card for Creative Escape Papercrafting using the Fall Frenzy Kit. This card is just a fun fall creation using great colours, some die cut elements, twine tied bow and a fun journal card cut from the paper collection.


This kit is packed with hand-picked goodies to enable you to have a fall card making frenzy.  It’s perfect for Thanksgiving cards but also has elements that you can use all year.
The kit contains:
1 “Forest Feast” Lawn Fawn stamp set featuring 14 images and 11 words/phrases (made in the USA)
1 “So Thankful for You” Lawn Fawn die, approx. 5.75″ long (made in the USA)
1 Echo Park “A Perfect Autumn” 12×12 Double Sided Paper 3″x4″ Journaling Cards (cut into 2 pieces for shipment) (made in the USA)
1 Echo Park “A Perfect Autumn” Seasonal Stripe, approx. 12″x1.75″ (made in the USA)
12 double-sided 6″x6″ sheets of Echo Park “A Perfect Autumn” paper (made in the USA)
1 sheet of 8.5″x11″ yellow card stock
2 sheets of 8.5″x11″ kraft card stock
3 sheets of 8.5″x11″ white card stock
1 sheet of 8.5″x5.5″ copper card stock
1 sheet of 8.5″x5.5″ water color paper
1 sheet of 8.5″x5.5″ alcohol marker paper
1 Fall Frenzy sequins mix (1.5 teaspoons of sequins)
3 assorted die cut pumpkins (various sizes)
10 assorted die cut leaves (various colors and shapes)
3ft of yellow and white cord
3ft of  jute twine
3ft of natural hemp cord
1 bottle of Golden Sunset Nuvo Glitter Drops (1 fl oz)

By the time I was creating this card my paper stash from the kit was getting low. To make this work I took what you see above and liked the stripe idea. I was even going to have to use the end cut off pieces to finish the 2 corners. I also decided that more striped strips would be fun. 

So cutting the strips into smaller width I started putting them together. This techniques is cool at anytime when you get down to small pieces from your stash. Then I assembled the centre tag, tied the twine bow and clustered the cute pumpkin die cut with a few leaves. I used a black pen to doodle on the clustered pieces to give depth and dimension.
Thanks for joining me today... and will see you again soon.

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