Kre8tors 2019 October Blog Hop

Welcome to Kre8tors Blog Hop.

This month’s theme is Autumn/Fall

Whether you have just joined the Blog Hop or have come from looking at Dana’s lovely project, you will find some lovely projects to tempt you into having a go at copying or doing your own projects.

For my Autumn themed projects my favourite stamp and dies are the leaves from the Colourful Seasons Stamp set and dies.

My favourite autumnal colours are Old Olive, Cajun Craze, Crushed Curry and Pumpkin Pie so of course I had to use those in my cards today.

I decided to make 3 cards but to have a different background for each one to show how will minimal products you can make different cards

Block Stamped Background

For the first card back ground I stamped the rectangles using a stamp block stamped onto the ink pad. Then I stamped 3 leaves using Early Espresso ink and die cut a leaf. You will notice how the 3 leaves and die cut leaf feature on each card.

Smooched Background

For the Second Card the back ground is made by using sponge daubers to smooch the colour onto the card stock. Then spraying a light spray of water over it using the Spritzers so that the colours blended and once dry I flicked Wink of Stella over it.

Stamped Background

For the third card I stamped the colours using the large and smaller solid leaf stamp. I do love using stamps to make my own back ground paper.

Please do leave comments as you hop around looking all the lovely projects everyone have done.

Please click here to visit Annette, a Canadian demonstrator and see her project
Roll Call List

Melissa Tennison USA

Tricia Butts

Su Mohr

Rochelle Laird-Smith (Australia)

Angie McKenzie – USA

Sue McDonald

Jan Musselman – USA

Laura Mackie (UK)

Caroline Peck

Jacqui Lawrence UK

Tracy Marie Lewis

Sue Allen Australia

Margriet Siekman

Lisa Kmiec

Pia Gerhardt – Scraproomboom (DE)

Alexandra Rauf

Sandra Roberts (UK)

Deb Naylor

Rebecca- Jo Unwin- Australia

Dana Sullivan

Cheryl Taylor (UK)

Annette Ball – Canada

Janey Backer

Cheryl Hamilton

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