September 26, 2012

'Fall'ing for you.

Hi all, here is my card for today.

How I made the card?
Its a pretty simple card. I have put drops of sepia ink on the leaves and let it stain them, to give the dried up effect. Leaves are carefully cut from a cloth (hot wax stripes) with knife and scissors. Colour the leaves with fabric paints. The other pattern and nodes on the leaves is are drawn with lighter shades of a sketch pens. A little plastic wire left to dry in brown colour is cut to make those little stems. Some candle wax behind the leaves, at the center along a line, does the trick of folding of the leaves a little to make it look more natural.

I then had to stamp the sentiment (except for the word falling), use a little washi tape and then added the two brilliant leaves.

I am submitting this card for the CFC71- Fall fun @ Casual Fridays here. I have enjoyed making this card and playing along with this challenge.


Also I am submitting this card for challenge # 121- Autumn @ Sentimental Sundays here.

Hope you enjoyed my card for today. your opinion about the card matters. Thank you.

6 comments:

  1. Super fantastic!!! LOVE those leaves! They actually look real!
    Lynn

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  2. Love the sepia inky effect! Beautiful composition! So glad that you join the fun with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

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  3. How clever are you?! Those leaves look so real and the sepia drops really added to that effect! Thanks so much for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays - we're so glad you did!!

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  4. Wow...you made some amazing leaves!! Being raised in the north where there were beautiful maple leaves in the fall....these look so realistic!!! They were well worth all the effort it took to make them:) Thanks for being a part of the challenge this week at CAS-ual Fridays and sharing your creativity:)!!

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