Two-Step Stamping is something I tend to forget is around - and it's such a cool-looking technique . . . so note to self "remember that two-step stamping".
I think this mix of leaves looks like a pile that has just fallen from a tree, don't you? Created with the latest sketch from Freshly Made Sketches in mind.
Tip - When you use a Framelit and want to "frame" it with another one, but the next size up is just too big, simply trace around the framelit you used onto the card stock you want to use and cut it out.
I didn't put any sentiment on the card since I'm not positive what I'll use it for yet . . . I'm thinking birthday, though, since we've got scads of those in our family this month!
What I used:
Card stock - Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler, Brushed Gold and Early Espresso;
Inks - Always Artichoke, Cherry Cobbler, Summer Starfruit, Pumpkin Pie, and Early Espresso;
Stamp Set - Gently Falling;
Accessories - Big Shot, Woodgrain Embossing Folder, Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine, Stamping Sponge, Corner Rounder, Window Frame Framelits, Paper Snips, Candy Dots in Neutrals, SNAIL adhesive, and Stampin' Dimensionals.
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