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Autumn Leaves

My inspiration for today’s card comes from PPA.  It was a sketch challenge designed by Margaret Moody.  Since there’s a crispness in the air I decided to use my Autumn Splendor stamp set again.  I love the leaf shapes and they can be many different colors and colored with markers or water color pencils.  I love using water color pencils and blending the colors with a blender pen.  I hope this inspires you with your fall crafts.

PPA12 sketch challenge

PPA12 sketch challenge

Autumn Splendor leaves circle PPA12

Stamp Sets:  Autumn Splendor, retired Fancy Flexible phrases

Paper: SU cardstock Taken with Teal and More Mustard, SU Designer Series Paper Autumn Meadows

Ink:  StayzOn Timber Brown, SU water color pencils, SU blender pens

Accessories:  SU Vintage brads,  SU 5/8″ Chocolate Chip ribbon , SU paper snips, , SU dimensionals, non SU scallop punch

Techniques: stamping, water coloring

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