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Golden Harvest

golden harvest Heather Telford

All the new Penny Black Fall 2014 products have been revealed on the PB blog this week and are now available in the online store. I have another fall card today and the temperature outside has dropped dramatically enough to make me realize summer might just be almost over. (you can tell I am clinging to it can’t you?)

I used the set Golden Harvest to create the card above and arranged the three stamps a bit like a sampler of autumn produce. I stamped all three images in antique linen distress ink to give me an outline then with painted distress stains to add colour. I matted it with blue cardstock and cut three “gratefuls’ out of the same cardstock. I stuck two together then trimmed the top off the tall letters and added another full die cut of the word on top. This made it possible to glue the word down evenly over the edge of the matted panel. I know this one isn’t quite as CAS as I often do, but I think it might qualify for the “Three” challenge at CASology this week.

Supplies

Stamps: Golden Harvest  (PB)
Creative Die: Words of Gratitude (PB)
Inks: Mustard Seed, Barn Door, Spiced Marmalade, Peeled paint, Bundled Sage, Broken China, Dusty Concord distress stains &  Antique Linen distress ink (Ranger) 
Cardstock: Neenah Natural White 110lb, Fabriano 100% cotton hot pressed watercolour paper, yellow & blue textured cardstock

 

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5 Comments on “Golden Harvest”

  1. Fabulous! Your colouring is amazing xxxx

  2. jmhave44 says:

    Love the way you’ve used the different motifs on this card. I really want that sentiment die too. Beautiful card. TFS

  3. jtmcneely says:

    Very pretty card. Thank you so much for sharing with us at CASology!

  4. Lindsey says:

    I think that will just sneak by on CASology. 😉 It’s a very beautiful card — and the font on the die cut sentiment is lovely, too.
    Definitely chilly today… I don’t like it!

  5. Joyce M. says:

    This is just lovely–I like how you did the coloring and also the design of the card. Thanks so much for playing along at CASology this week.


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