Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Faux Tearing Fall Leaves

Hi, stampers! Hope you all had a wonderful Labour Day long weekend. We went to Seattle on Friday and visited the Pacific Science World (I think that's the name) and the Pike street Public Market Place. We didn't know it closes at 5pm so we didn't get to see much of the market place. We stayed overnight in Tulalip and went home on Saturday. Went dim sum and shop in China Town and did some preparing for school on Monday. That was my long weekend. Not very exciting.

Today my kids started their first day of school. They did well until their friends kept ringing and knocking on the door every 30 minutes (literally) to ask if my kids could come out to play. Well, my kids are home school so they do a full day of school. They don't have the same schedule as the public school kids. No playing until they finished their lessons. I have to be tough with them. lol

Anyway, on to the card. I did the faux tearing technique for the background on a light colour card stock. Add some elements and the card was done. Very simple technique.

Thank you for visiting today!

stamps- French Foliage, Faith in Nature
papers- crushed curry, dusty darango, naturals ivory
inks- dusty darango, crushed curry, soft suede, crumb cake, ruby red, always artichoke
accessories- 1/8" taffeta ribbon, polka-dots grosgrain ribbon, word window punch, modern label punch, sponge

Happy Stamping!

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