Sep 30 2012

Shabby Chic Autumn Leaves – Here and Abroad!

Asmany of youlikely realize, our DT member, Deb, is currently living far, far away from the US in the country of Tajikistan. But wherever you are, women enjoy the same things — namely, being creative and making something with their hands. Deb taught a stamping class this week and she came up with two wonderful cards for her class participants, who I believe were mostly beginning level stampers. I’ll give you a peek here:

Both cards Deb taught at her class used JustRite’s clear stamp set, Shabby Chic Autumn Leaves — a gorgeous leaf set!

Deb used up mostly older SU supplies for her class projects — I believe papers and ribbon were older SU items.

You can see the full cards and hear about Deb’s class on her blog here.

These leaf images were chalked — I’m just as anxous to go and read Deb’s post as you to learn more about her class!

Here’s another class card using the same stamp set – Shabby Chic Autumn Leaves. Love the sentiment here!

Deb taught her class the Cracked Glass Technique on this card and there’s a better close up of the beautiful glazed leaf on Deb’s blog.

Supplies Deb used:

VersaFine Vintage Sepia Ink, Versa Mark Ink

Melt Art Ultra Thick Embossing Powder, Heat Gun

I’m sure the ladies had a GREAT time — thanks so much for sharing with us, Deb.

Shabby Chic Autumn Leaves, a clear set, that Deb used on the above projects.

Find other products for Autumn themed projects here.

Items linked are available at The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.

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As an added bonus today,check out thisBEAUTIFUL snowman ornament Linda made for one of her Spellbinder’s projects:

You can see the full project and more detailed photos on Linda’s blog.

Linda used:

Noel Christmas Ornaments, a clear stamp setby JustRite

Memento Tuxedo Black Ink

Spellbinders Dies: Frosty Forms, 2012 Snowflake Pendant, Circle Nesties

Silver Metallic String, Rhinestones

Just gorgeous, Linda. Thank you so much for sharing!

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Thanks much for stopping in on this Sunday.

If you missed Barb’s fun Halloween treat project yesterday, you can find it here.

Have a wonderful Lord’s Day and we’ll see you real soon!

2 responses so far

2 Responses to “Shabby Chic Autumn Leaves – Here and Abroad!”

  1. LindaS says:

    Wonderful colors and beautiful colors. TFS

  2. Lou says:

    This is gorgeous. I am going to try and make one. Thank you for the inspiration.

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