Today's Thanksgiving card was inspired by the Leafy Vine Border die. I bought this die when it was first released because I liked the flower Nicole made with it. However, when I made the flower,I didn't really care for it. Thus, this die became neglected. Browsing through blogs, I was always amazed at how pretty this border looked when it was cut in the same color of the card and laid on top to create texture.
Wanting to create a "woodsy" effect, I stamped some kraft cardstock with sepia & peeled paint inks using two different patterns (Scratches & Spatter) from Impression Obsession's Cover A Card. Then I used my woodgrain IP to create this.
The elements I kept the same from my previous Thanksgiving cards (#1, #2, #3) were the pumpkin, mat stack #1 and the twine. I did not incorporate any challenge from Stamp-A-Faire that I did with the other Thanksgiving cards. This card is not photogenic. It is much prettier in person.
A close up of the pumpkin.
Supplies: PTI CS: Kraft, Orange Zest
Inks: sepia, Distressed Peeled Paint
Stamps: Impression Obsession Cover A Card Spatter, Scratches
Dies: Mat Stack #1, Leafy Border Vine
Other : Twine, First Fruits Collection PP