Friday, September 27, 2013

Magnificient Maple Scallopped! PP164

Fall is here!
Nothing conveys that better than the Magnificent Maple stamp and
some Sweater Weather DSP.

You know I often do challenges to get me outside my box.
Today I joined in the Paper Players Challenge


Most of the time I choose straight lines......scallops aren't usually my thing.  
Typically I choose to admire them on other peoples projects.

Once I was into it...I really liked the scallops.
I used the Large Scallop Edgelit on the 7/16" trim.
A little help from my trusty Paper Snips completed the scallops.



After I stamped the Magnificent Maple and let it dry I used a pointy cotton swab to color in the middle with stamp pads.

I actually punched out a spot of the DSP,  punched out my Maple leaf and put it back in the scallop opening.  It makes for a very flat card.  
You know I always use dimensionals......but this card doesn't have 1 on it.

Turns out I didn't turn into a pumpkin, and I liked it flat!



A few leaves on the inside and WALA!  You are finished!

Stampin' Up! Supplies:

  • STAMPS: MAgnificient Maple  (w 131868), Teeny Tiny Wishes (w 128748) or (c 127802)
  • PAPER:  Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla Card Stock and Sweater Weather DSP (132184)
  • INK: Chocolate chip, Tangerine Tango, Crushed Curry, Old Olive
  • TOOLS:  Large Scallop Edgelit (127019), Big Shot (113439)
  • ACCESSORIES and EMBELLISHMENTS:  Early Espresso Bakers Twine (123124)



Make it 


CREATIVE Day!
 








4 comments:

  1. Great card, Mary! I love the patterns but especially love the burlap scallops at the bottom. Thanks so much for playing along with my sketch challenge this week at The Paper Players!

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    1. Sandy it is my pleasure to play along when I can. Can't wait till I get to sit down tonight and scroll through all the talented entries. It's always a treat!

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  2. Ooooh, scalloped burlap ribbon!! Fabulously clever, Mary. Love the look of it--perfect with the paper and the gorgeous leaf. So glad you joined us at The Paper Players!

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    1. Thanks so much Nance. Always a blast to play along and then check out all the other creations!

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