by Tiffany Pryce
Hey Poppy peeps! I know it is still summer, but I am ready for pumpkin everything, cool weather, and the changing leaves. To help usher in the season, I have a sweet autumn scene card to share with you. I used a bunch of products in my Poppystamps stash for this card, but it was easy to put together.
To start, I worked on the background. Die cut the Lattice Plate die from white cardstock and ink blend the top portion with yellow and orange dye ink for an ombre look. I knew I was going to cover the majority of the lattice so I only ink blended the top. Adhere it to an A2 card base. Next, free hand a hillside with scissors. And lightly ink blend brown dye ink at the top for a little more depth on kraft paper. This will be the ground for our scene. Splatter the ground with clean water for additional texture. Adhere the ground in place, and then splatter the entire background with gold metallic watercolor.
Next, ink blend scrap paper with a combination of fall colored inks. I randomly ink blended red, yellow, orange, and green dye inks and then dye cut several leaves from the panel. I wanted a combination of colors so instead of ink blending each die cut individually, this was an easier way. I die cut foliage from the Floral Cake Pop Up set, Mushrooms and Toadstools, and Garden Leaves and Berries. I assembled the mushrooms, added white spots with a gel pen, and arranged everything on the card front.
Next, I die cut the Whittle Papa Hedgehog and ink blended it with brown dye ink. I added accents with copic marker and a white gel pen. I adhered the hedgehog with foam tape for added dimension.
For the sentiment, I ink blended yellow and orange ink on scrap cardstock and die cut Playful Hugs. I die cut the sentiment a few times and stacked it for dimension. I embellished the card with gems from Autumn Fairy Jewels and Treasure Chest Fairy Gemstones.
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