Hello, and happy Fall! Yes! We finally have cooler temperatures here. Of course, in Southern California that only means that now I am wearing socks, but still, it feels nice! This is a little mini Harvest Season card that would be perfect for a Thanksgiving hostess! I distressed the sides of the card with my Tonic Distresser and then inked the sides. I created the look of the leaf by stamping it in Spiced Marmalade ink and then rolling it lightly in Fired Brick Distress Ink. I just love the look! Jessie’s ABCs provided my sentiment!
This is another mini-perfect-for-hostess card! I used the same rolled technique on the sentiment, and I am loving that! So fun! The pumpkin is colored with copics and popped up on some foam adhesive!
I had some requests for how I colored the Critters in yesterday’s post, and I actually had it on video, so I thought I would post it here! It is a bit slow, and I really wish I had that fast forward function on my editing software, but I don’t! I hope to get it when I get a new computer (this one is on it’s last leg!) Hopefully you still like the video! It’s full of easy Copic coloring that looks like Critter fur!
Watch it here or at You Tube!
Thank you so much for watching! And, also, I asked over on the facebook page, but I thought I would ask here too! What would you guys like to see in future Lawn Clippings videos?
Thanks so much for your input! You guys are the best! 🙂 Hugs!
Card stock: NeenahInk: Memento, Ranger Distress, Versamagic
Etc: Copics, tonic distressor, Ryann Marin twine, foam inking tool