Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Autumn Rx


Hello and happy Wednesday.  If you are looking for my normal Wednesday Frilly and Funkie post, please come back tomorrow.  Today I have a card to share that I made for the August Artistic Outpost blog hop.  The other design team members and I are each sharing a project designed with Artistic Outpost stamps.  I hope you will visit each of our designers blogs whose links are shown below.  You are sure to get a huge dose of inspiration and for even more inspiration, visit the Artist Outpost blog where design team member post almost daily inspiration pieces.

Terry * Tracy * Gerrie * Lisa * Kate * Linda

And even better, there is a sale going on at the Artistic Outpost store.  STOCK UP on all of the Artistic Outpost plates on your Wish List during the Dog Days of Summer Super Sale!  During this sale, ALL Artistic Outpost plates are 20% off the regular prices when you enter code DOGDAYS at checkout. (Sorry, no rainchecks, retail customers only)  The Artistic Outpost Dog Days of Summer Super Sale ends Saturday, August 30, 2014 at 11:00PM EDT, shop early for the best selection!

Here are a few quick details on my card.  I started by making a background panel with a piece of white card stock, inking a Prima stencil with Rusty Hinge DI and misting it very lightly.  Once inked and misted, the stencil was laid face down on my white CS.  A paper towel was laid over it and burnished lightly with my hand.  I pulled it away and revealed this lovely pattern that is heavily inked in some areas and lightly in others.  I love the faded look of random parts of the pattern.

The leaves were cut with one of my all time favorite dies, the Mini Tattered Leaves Movers and Shapers.  I stamped them with the advertisement stamp from the Old Grist Mill in Jet Black Archival.  Then the edges were sponged with Black Soot DI and misted with Heirloom Gold Perfect Pearls.  I scrunched them and then dried them with my heat tool and once dry, the edges were sponged with Vintage Photo DI.  The flowers were made the same way except the stamp used was the ledger stamp from Ephemera Backgrounds.  The prescription form is from the Apothecary set and the sentiments are from Kudzu Kafe.

That's it for this week's Artistic Outpost make.  I hope you will enjoy our blog hop!









These products were used to make the card above.  They can be purchased at The Funkie Junkie Boutique where Tim Holtz/Ranger and most other name brand products are always 20% below MSRP.






9 comments:

Anneke said...

Great work. Love the sentimentlove the whole design.
Everything fits perfectly. Happy crafting Anneke.

Aspiring crafter said...

Love this Linda, everything about it!
Have had this mask on my wish list for a long time, I feel I really must have it !
Thanks for the inspiration,
XxRuth

Kate said...

Beautiful background set off with all that greenery. I am loving that stencil! Just stunning!
Kate

Maryanne said...

I love the way you colored and stamped the leaves and flowers on this card, Linda! The entire card is beautiful and very Fall looking!

Terry said...

Great prescription to live by, Linda! The leaves looks wonderful around the sentiment and love how you stamped the advertisement! Gorgeous background and that stencil is on my list (save me one). As always all your details are stunning! Hugs!

Lisa Somerville said...

Stunning fall themed card Linda! Love the added stencil and the stamping on the leaves!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Wonderful way to use the stamps! Love the saying on the RX, the leaves are flowers are fabulous, beautiful piece GF!

Nancy Dynes said...

I feel like fall is in the air when I look at the beauty of your card, with it's warm autumn tones!! Gorgeous!
Hugs,
Nancy

Suzanne C said...

Gorgeous! I love the beautiful background and of course your fabulous embellishments.

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