Sep 122012

Today’s cards are for this week’s Less Is More Challenge.  The cards needed to be one layer and were to feature “Foliage.”  Texture was given by adding score lines and embossing to the card bases.

Since the only embellishment was a sparkly ribbon, a little interest was created by dotting each of the berries with a white gel pen.

Here is the second card.

A closeup shows the added score lines and embossing on this card as well.

The embossed leaf shape was made by cutting a cardboard template with the leaf die that coordinated with the stamp.  After stamping the image, the leaf template was placed on the cardstock matching it up to the image.  It was then run through my Cuttlebug.

I was having so much fun, that I made one more card with the holly and berry image.  It is dressed up just a bit more with a sparkly brad, some paper piercing and a bright red card base, so it does not qualify for the Less Is More Challenge this week.  But it was fun, nonetheless!

Thanks for dropping by today.  Happy Crafting!!

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Holly Cards

Stamps: SU Bells & Boughs and Teeny Tiny Wishes

Papers: PTI Vintage Cream and Pure Poppy

Inks: SU Always Artichoke and Close to Cocoa; White Gel Pen; Copics:

Accessories: Ribbon (from Michael’s); SU Square Lattice Embossing Folder; Martha Stewart Scoring Board; Brad; Corner Punch; Piercing Template; Paper Piercing Tool

Leaf Card

Stamps: SU Tweet Leaves and Apple Blossoms (sentiment)

Papers: PTI Select White

Inks: SU Always Artichoke, Old Olive, More Mustard, Pumpkin Pie, Really Rust and Chocolate Chip

Accessories: Grosgrain Ribbon; Martha Stewart Scoring Board; SU Autumn Accents Die

 

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