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

19 Responses to “Rich Autumn Leaves – ssnotime #106”

  1. What a classy looking card and VERY cool paper — I just love it all!!! Beautiful texture and richness!!! Job well done!! SO glad you played!!!

  2. Beautiful! Perfect paper, colours, textures, layout. Your card is so rich and warm.

  3. Great take on the challenge. Love everything about it…looks like Autumn, a season I just love. Happy weekend. Pat

  4. Very warm and pretty Susan. I like the leaf in the corner with the twine ribbon. Great job.

  5. Holey, moley, Susan…you’ve outshined yourself on this gorgeous beauty. I love, love this!

  6. Beautimous, Susan!! I love the leaf charm/raffia embellishing and the beautiful, textural papers you used!

  7. This is gorgeous! Perfectly illustrates Autumn. that paper is awesome! What a find! 🙂

  8. Gorgeous, gorgeous card, Susan.

  9. Lovely! Great use of the leaf punch. That punch is one of my favs and I’m always looking for new ways to use it.

  10. Wow! This card is so beautiful! Love the faux stitching and nice texture!

  11. Gorgeous Susan!! This card is so rich, warm, and classy!! LOVE it!!

  12. So simply done, and yet so elegantly stated. This card is wonderful, and I love that little charm!!!

  13. Absolutely gorgeous Susan! I’m so loving these Fall cards, just with I could get some of that Fall weather . . . LOL! I’ve got to look into that McGill punch, love the leaf, as well as the leaf charm.

  14. Another beautiful card, Susan! VERY fall, and such great ‘ingredients’ to play with! Oh, and a big congrats to you for having your Devilish Biker Babe card chosen as Runner Up in the Unity challenge (though I’m not sure why you didn’t take first place!!)!

  15. Well, if that’s not a real leaf in that paper, it’s doing a fantastic impersonation of one. I’m loving the autumn colors Susan, and that leaf paper. Of course, you can’t go wrong with a 50cent bin anywhere. Now if only Rubber Soul would move where I live.

  16. love the textures and leaves – super card!

  17. Love the rich colours and the card is wonderful!

  18. awesone card, Susan! Love the texture on the paper!

  19. Whoa…Rainy Girl…this is soooo very cool! tfs! 🙂

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