Monday, 16 September 2019

Crafty Cardmakers Challenge # 241 - Autum Colours.

Welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.
Hi! back again to tell you that it's time for another challenge over
at Crafty Cardmakers.

Marg is hosting today and our challenge is  Autumn Colours.

As usual you can enter anything you fancy, it doesn't have to be cards, as long as it meets the challenge. 

Hope you will join in.
And here is my project for the challenge:

If you look closely you might even recognise some of the papers as they are all bits of left-over Masterboard that I've used before just perfect for die cutting these Tim Holtz leaves.

I always admire people who make CAS cards as I think it's one of the most difficult styles to make them look complete and generally when I do them I feel there is something missing but this card worked for me....than goodness!

So I took the left-over Masterboards and die cut them using a Tim Holtz die then positioned then and put a piece of Press and Seal over the top to stop them moving.

Then placed the frame dies in position.

Die cut the sections

Then remove the centre. This can be kept for use on another card.

Keeping the dies in position I placed the design onto the card blank and then into my Misti. Next arrange the sentiment stamp.

Then stamp onto the card blank.

Turn the design over and attach the sticky dots and remove the backings.

Attach the whole design to the card blank and remove the Press and Seal.

I added some Peel Off stickers to complete the design.

I hope you will pop over to see what the rest of the DT have been up to and maybe join in the challenge.
I look forward to seeing what you come up with too.
 Happy crafty card making.
Angela x

I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
Crafty Friends Challenge Blog: Challenge 118 Autumn Colours.
Cute Card Thursday: Challenge 599-Autumn.
Crafty Sentiments Designs: Die and/or Punch.
Creative Moments - Challenge 176 -Anything Goes with the Option, Autumn Colours.


crafty-stamper said...

Great card and step by step love the Autumn leaves
carol x

Jo said...

Fabulous......and a great tutorial too x

Margaret Mifsud said...

Hi Angela! This card is amazing! What a fabulous technique and I love that you used bits from your wonderful master boards for this! Absolutely stunning!! Have a fabulous day! hugs xx

Uroo Creations said...

Woww!! This is so pretty and inspiring, sweetie. I love the way you have designed this card and these Autumn leaves are looking so gorgeous. Wonderful tutorial my sweet friend. Thanks so much for sharing this amazing creation with us.
Have a wonderful week.
Sending love and hugs...


Lin said...

Love all those gorgeous die cuts leaves. The masterboard scraps you cut them from are perfect for the colour theme. Those little peel offs are so delicate too.

Thanks for being such a good teamie.


Glenda Atkins said...

A wonderful fall card, great colours, technique with a bit of shinny pop! What more can you ask of a card! Love it!

Diane Louise J said...

Hello… Your card is lovely… Thanks for sharing it with us at Crafty Friends. It fits perfectly with our ‘Autumn Colours’ challenge theme. Good luck in the draw and hope you will come back again soon.
Diane Louise [Team Leader for Crafty Friends Challenge Blog]

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

So clever how you use that press and seal. I know what you were saving those leaves for now. Fabulous card which oozes Autumn, the most wonderful of seasons. Sorry i've not been around Angela, lifes a little tough atm with not much time left in the day for little me apart from scheduled posts. Hope to be back up to speed soon in the hope of joining everyone at woyww again.
Sending Hugs your way & Thanks for your kind words recently Tracey xx

Mac Mable said...

Thank you for the step by steps. I really enjoyed reading and seeing how you did this beautiful and creative card. Such a striking card x.

Neet said...

I love it when someone gives a step by step tutorial - thanks a lot for that. This is a great card, love autumnal cards - and it is a twofer as well (two for one)
Hugs, Neet xx

Shoshi said...

This is gorgeous, Angela. I'm not sure what a CAS card is, though... I love how you've used bits of masterboards to cut out the leaves - very effective and frugal! The way you've cut the frame is brilliant. Love it!

Shoshi x

butterfly said...

Oh look... masterboards in action! Your leaves are wonderful, each so individual, just as leaves should be. Really clever how you removed that central panel, and now have that ready and available for the next card.
Alison x

Crafting With Jack said...

I love this floating technique, great card x

Crafty Claire said...

It's a great technique to use with the leaves, really creates a tumbling feeling xx

Craftyfield said...

Interesting technique and wonderful effect of the floating leaves on the card. Really beautiful, Angela! Now, where do we find Press & Seal on this side of the pond...

Judy McKay said...

Lovely card Angela. Love your design. Judy DT

Josephine said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Such a good use of 'leftovers', and the result is stunning.

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