November 1st? Seriously how does time fly by so quickly! If you celebrate, I hope you enjoyed your Halloween festivities last night. My eldest two aren’t interested anymore :( The biggest one, he just went to swim training as normal and my middle one, she manned the door :) However, thank goodness my youngest is still interested! We carved pumpkins, dressed up and trick or treated :) Such a huge amount of fun!
The start of a new month means it’s time for the next Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge! We have a gorgeous picture to inspire you :)
All natural twiggy, berry goodness! It was the berries that got me and I reached for my favourite Wplus9 Fresh Cut Florals set. Stamped in purple and then little blobs of glossy accents added to really make them shine :) The berries were joined by a Memory Box woodland branch die cut from brown card and glittered, a Simon Says Stamp kate snowflake cut from vellum and some stickles added and a diagonal banner from Kelly Purkey’s documented set. Everything was grouped together on a Spellbinders labels 4 die cut and a sentiment from Simon Says Stamp’s merry trees set. Writing that all out, there’s quite a lot going on with this little card LOL.
Paper Issues is our sponsor for Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge: Welcome Home :) A $20 gift certificate to the Paper Issues store will be awarded to the LEAD of the Welcome Home challenge!
Supplies: Stamps – Wplus9 fresh cut florals, Simon Says Stamp merry trees, Kelly Purkey documented, Impression Obsession thin stripes; Dies – Wplus9 fresh cut florals, Simon Says Stamp kate snowflake; Memory Box woodland branch, Spellbinders labels 4; Ink – Versamark, Versafine onyx black, Hero Arts forever green, cup o’ joe, soft olive, Distress Ink dusty concord; Card – Neenah solar white, desert storm, Bazzill marshmallow, candy bar, 40lb vellum; Glitter – Ranger Distress stickles dry glitter clear rock candy, Ranger stickles star dust; Ranger glossy accents; Rhinestones; Twine
Beautiful card Debby. Lov the layers of die cuts and the touch of sprakles. Fabulous design.
Oh wow, this is gorgeous… I SO love the way you gather elements as your focal point!
You always amaze me how you are inspired Debby!