I’m so happy that I was able to play along in Sharon Johnson’s (notimetostamp) Stamp Simply Challenge this week.  Her challenge was to use leaves along with sponging to achieve the richness of autumn.

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Besides using this yummy designer paper (I haven’t been able to decide if that is a real leaf embedded in it!  lol), I also used a leaf charm and a couple of punched oak leaves.  The punched paper leaves, the designer papers and the sentiment were all sponged.

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A closeup of the paper gives a better idea of the textures.  It’s really awesome with shiny lumps and bumps… almost like it has areas covered with UTEE.

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Hope everyone has a great weekend.  Thanks for dropping by today!

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Stamps: Sentiment is from the 50-cent bin at Rubber Soul.

Papers: The leaf print dp is by EK Success.  The striped dp is by Sandylion.

Inks: Sentiment and Sponging were done with various brown, green and mustard inks.

Accessories: Raffia, Circle Punches, Oak Leaf Punch from McGill, Leaf Charm

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