For All Things Stamp Set from Stampin Up is so very fun! This quick easy fall card comes together easy with some ink, a few sponges and post it notes. I also used the Burlap ribbon cut in half then a few pieces taken off to put under the button.
Start with a 3x3 piece of cs. I used very vanilla. Using your
post it notes place one 1 inch from the bottom and one 1 1/2 inches from
the top. This gives enough room for your sentiment to go where the mask
is when finished sponging.
ink up your sponge with some Cajun craze ink. I usually dab some
off on scratch paper. Then apply small amount along the edge of the post
it note. try to keep it close to edge of the top and bottom.
Next add your mossy meadow ink using your sponge. I left the
center lighter than the sides. I went a little into the Cajun Craze but
remove your mask (post it notes). Ink the sentiment hello fall
from For all things stamp set. I used hello honey ink. stamp to the
left. leave room for the acorns.
Ink up the acorns from the set. I used early espresso ink. stamp
on the right hand side of the sentiment. some will go on the sponged
next I sponged very lightly with Crumb Cake ink over the whole
piece. Going darker on the edges.my next layer is very vanilla 3 1/4 x 3
1/4 sponged the edges of that layer lightly also. attached to hello
Next layer is Hello Honey 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 adhere that one to very
vanilla cs. next adhere the whole panel to top half of the card base. 8
1/2 x 5 1/2 Cajun Craze cs scored in the middle at 4 1/4. fold in half
for card base.
next I cut a 4 1/4 piece of Burlap from the roll. Then cut that
to make skinny strip of burlap. it will start to fray. Pull on a single
strand it will come off then pull another. These I used under the button
I just looped and used glue dot to adhere to back of button, before I
put those on I threaded a piece thru the button holes and tied a knot.
then another glue dot to attach to card. then just add a very vanilla
piece to inside I sponged the edges with crumb cake ink. I also stamped
the leaf on the inside of the card. I saw this card on Pinterest and changed it some to make it my own.