10 October 2013

Clearly Besotted Challenge - Autumn

 
Hello there, today kicks off another challenge over at Clearly Besotted Stamps. The theme this month is Autumn or Autumn colours using this amazing colour palette:


For my card, first I have masked off a card panel so that only a strip of it exposed and then used a combination of Distress Inks and the PTI Tea Dye Duo to make an inky scene. I have then taken the trees from the new Set The Scene set (sorry currently out of stock but will be back soon) and stamped them on top. I have wrapped around some SU Linen Thread and stamped the sentiment from the A Little Sentimental Set underneath. I have then finished it off with a couple of pearls.

 
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So now it is your turn, all you have to do is make a card using this month's theme and Clearly Besotted Stamps products and you could be in with a chance of wining some CBS goodness for yourself. For details about the challenge and to enter plus links to my fellow teamies, please visit Stephanie.
 
I also just wanted to say thank you to Simon Says Stamp as I have been 'spotted' by them this month. The card they spotted was the cupcake card I made for the CBS Blog Hop. You can see the SSS blog post here and my card here.
 
Thanks so much for visiting me today, I will be back tomorrow with my DTDF DT card.

11 comments:

  1. From what I can tell, this is a different style for you Michelle - Well done - I love it!

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  2. Michelle, this is absolutely beautiful!

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  3. Michelle, this is absolutely beautiful!

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  4. Stunning card, very simple - but simply beautiful!
    Helen

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  5. Great card Michelle - lovely serene scene. Congrats on being spotted for your sweet cupcake card.

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  6. Stunning - love your masked panel!

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  7. I love your Just a Note cards the best. Love them!

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  8. Such and elegant card, love it.
    Lorry :o) xx

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