Dahlia Card {Copic Coloring}

I was in the mood to play with my Copic Markers so I stamped this dahlia from Fall Flair (retired Hostess set) multiple times onto Whisper White card stock. After coloring the flowers with my Copics, I sponged Baja Breeze ink around the edges with a sponge dauber. Next, I layered the white onto a 4 1/4″ square of Apricot Appeal card stock.

The base of the card is Baja Breeze, with a strip of Poppy Parade DSP from the Prints Pack (hostess level 1) across the front. I like this striped paper, and in this instance, it reminds me of the wide striped grosgrain ribbon in the new catalog.

For the sentiment, I stamped the “so glad we’re friends” stamp from Best Yet (retired Hostess set) onto whisper white and punched it out with the 1 3/4″ Circle Punch. The edges were also sponged with Baja Breeze ink and a sponge dauber, then adhered to the card with stampin dimensionals.

Jumping in a Leaf Pile Fall Scrapbook Pages

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My husband took these pictures of Ella playing in the leaves last week and I had this leaf pile idea in mind ever since.

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The base for both pages is 12×12 Naturals Ivory card stock. I matted the photos onto more mustard, dusty durango, and close to cocoa card stock.

The leaves are from Fall Flair (a retired hostess set), stamped in pumpkin pie, dusty durango, so saffron, creamy caramel, and close to cocoa ink.

I stamped the title in the same color inks mentioned above. The alphabet stamp I used here is called Pure and Simple lowercase (retired). I stamped the letters onto whisper white and layered it onto close to cocoa card stock. The title pieces are attached with dimensionals. I tied some Hemp Twine around some of the title pieces.

The cork letters are from my local craft store. I colored chipboard numbers with sponge daubers and creamy caramel, so saffron, and pumpkin pie ink to resemble the cork.

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