Good Monday Morning Everyone!!
As I was browsing Pinterest one day, I ran across a stunning Autumn card. I knew I wanted to recreate it using my Club Scrap supplies. Here are the steps I took in recreating this card to make an Autumnal cover for a handmade album. Having been around for a while, you'll see that some of my materials are a blast from the past. Do you have them, too?
|Find a seed packet template online and customize using iScrapbook software.|
Print it out on copy paper in black and white.
|Use the Autumn Garden stamp and stencil to create a focal image on the front of the seed packet.|
The Just Dandy leaf and Take Wing swirl stamp worked nicely with the pumpkins image.
|Cut small rectangles on canvas from the Versailles kit and color using Peeled Paint Distress stain.|
|Stencil the word Autumn onto sticker paper. Fussy cut and adhere to canvas flags.|
|Use clear brown pony beads for the spacers.|
|Fold on the 1"score line and adhere to create a double thickness of cardstock.|
|Use six 8.5 x 11" sheets of the Farmer's Market paper 2 each of 3 different colors cut horizontally at 8.25" to cover the back sides of each page.|
I always enjoy admiring and being inspired by what others have created and then giving their creations my own Club Scrap twist. Hoping you will give it a try too.