Vintage Leaves card

Vintage Leaves

Today I have a handmade card made with the Vintage Leaves stamp set from Stampin’ Up! to share.  What a great quick and simple card that says Fall.  Perfect for a birthday or thank you.  This was one of the cards that I made with members of my Stamper’s Club for the month of October.  Our technique for the month was learning how to make a shaker card.  Wouldn’t you love to have projects and a technique directly in your inbox each month?  Consider joining my Stamper’s Club!

So the details on this card:
Stamp set:  Vintage Leaves with matching framelits
Cardstock:  Very Vanilla, Whisper White
Inks:  Crushed Curry, Cajun Craze, Cherry Cobbler, Mossy Meadow and Garden Green

Each of the leaves is stamped on  cardstock with a mix of inks that represent fall colors..  They are then cut out using the matching framelit set.  Did you know that these Leaflets framelit dies match this Vintage Leaves stamp set (in the big book) and the Lighthearted Leaves stamp set from the Holiday Catalog (pg. 44 139712).  So whether you have a taste for vintage style leaves or whisical style leaves, these framelits will work for you!

Once I have punched out the leaves, I have used a couple of glue dots to make a bundle with the leaves.  I have added a piece of Gold Sequin trim and finished it off with a small piece of Early Espresso Seam binding.

so for the card base to attach these beautiful leaves to…  The card base is a piece of very vanilla cardstock cut in half at 5 1/2″ and scored at 4 1/4″ to make the card.  I embossed the front of the card with the Brick Wall embossing folder.  Then used the Decorative Label punch to make a window in the bottom right of the card.  I stamped a “Thanks so Much” from the BYOP stamp set which is a great greeting set!  I then added a stray leaf to the top of the window with a dimensional.

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That’s it.  A quick and simple Fall Vintage Leaves card!  Interested in having paper crafting projects delivered directly to your inbox each month?  Check out my Stamper’s Club Here.

Stamp with Marilyn

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