Friday, October 23, 2020

3rd Take with Fragile Foliage

Hello friends!

I am popping in with my 3rd version with Fragile Foliage.


I decided to use the negative part of the die to color the embossed trees. card without sentiment
 
I thought the trees looked cool yet still simple. I added pattern paper to ground the foliage.
This card involves several techniques: ink-blending, masking, embossing and use of pattern paper. 
 
 card without sentiment -001 
 
It's amazing how we can use one stamp set in so many ways!

set of 3 cards -001 
 
I am keeping this post super short .  The leaves in my yard are falling like crazy. While I enjoyed watching the change of colors, I do still have to rake them. Oh well, before you know it, winter will be here...set of 3 cards
 
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Thanks for stopping by! 

9 comments:

brandco2450@gmail.com said...

This is very pretty, Virginia!

MadeByMeghanK said...

I love the one with the "sunset" in the background!

Sue D said...

Another beautiful way to use this set.

Linda BL said...

Like all three cards. You sure have a way of making a lot of different looks with the same stamp set! Love the addition of the patterned paper to ground your focal image.

Have fun raking the leaves.

Maura said...

Amazing what you have done with this stamp/die set - each with completely different looks - love the grounding in today's card!!!!

conil said...

Once again, you've wowed me with your use of every part of the diecut. Simply lovely...the color through the negative part of the cut is so affective.

Shelly said...

This is fabulous, Virginia!

Denise Bryant said...

Nice variety of cards featuring this pretty set!

Ms. Tamp said...

I like the look of these as trees. Great combination with the hills.