Sunday, 13 September 2015

AAA Cards #48 Autumn Colours

Well we already seem to be well into September so today's new challenge at AAA Cards reflects the quickly approaching Autumn change in colours we are starting to see out and about.


http://aaacards.blogspot.com/2015/09/game-48-autumn-colours.html

There is an extra little twist to this challenge - to use fabric - yikes!   But actually it wasn't as tricky as I thought and my card does have the fabric twist and I'm quite smitten by this idea now.


And as it has fabric it just had to have stitching too!



Supplies:
Stamps: Clearly Besotted, sentiment from Pretty Petals Plus
Ink: Memento, espresso truffle
Dies: Spellbinders, petite scalloped circles small; Clearly Besotted, Journal It; Xcut, spiro circles
Embellishments: Fabric scrap, button & twine from my stash

I do love Autumnal colours and really think it's my favourite season. Can't wait to see all your beautiful cards popping up in the gallery. Do check out the rest of the DT cards - here - they are just fabulous!

So pleased to have you visit my blog today, thank you!

And keep crafting!

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8 comments:

  1. I love this little ensemble Jane! beautiful!

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  2. Wow! - fabric, stitching, and a button -all in a wonderful CAS design - I am in awe of your creativity! Really cute Autumn card - I love how you put it all together! Jill

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  3. Lovely job with the challenge, Jane. I really like your combination of shapes and the pinked edges.

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  4. Fabulous job, love how you incorporated the fabric

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  5. A superb take on the autumnal shades Jane and well done you for incorporating the fabric!
    Top class card. Sarah x

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  6. Love your fabric panel with the pinked edges, the button and twine. Great take on the challenge.

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  7. Those colors are spot on and I love the touch of stitching Jane. I have a question - how do you adhere your fabric? I have always struggled (particularly with felt) avoiding glue showing through to the front.

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  8. Those colors are spot on and I love the touch of stitching Jane. I have a question - how do you adhere your fabric? I have always struggled (particularly with felt) avoiding glue showing through to the front.

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