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Fall Inspired Card
& quick tutorial with unity stamp co.

Fall might as well be my second favorite papercrafting season. The beautiful range of warm colors is just too irresistible and so today I'm sharing my first Fall card of the year.




I have been having fun lately making cards with stamps from my collection released by Unity Stamp Company. Here are the stamp sets I used to create my card:


Endure


 Enjoy the Ride

On this card I went for a striking clean and layered design with tones such as orange and green that contrast extraordinarily with the white background. I added several different layers and elements and added touches of gold and brown to complete the look of the card.

If you'd like to achieve a similiar look on a card, the main steps to follow are:

1. Die cut branches/leaves from white cardstock and sponge with yellow and orange ink or any other colors desired.
2. Heat emboss leaves' ends in gold.
3. Die cut white layer.*
4. Apply spray ink, stamp corners with old handwriting stamps and adhere pieces of gauze, metallic lace and ribbon to the white layer.
5. Stamp butterfly on vellum, fussy cut and color with alcohol based markers. **
6. Stamp and cut in a banner a sentiment.
7. Adhere leaves, butterfly and sentiment to the white layer.
8. Mount layer to desired card base.

*In my case I also used a die to create a partial pattern cut on the white panel, that allowed me to add a piece of Fall inspired paper underneath for added detail. **Make sure you use the right kind of ink to stamp on vellum... I used a hybrid pigment ink that's permanent once heat set.

I hope you liked today's card! Would love to know what you favorite Fall color combination is! That's all for now! Wish you a creative and inspiring week!

Sharing with:
Poppystamps Challenge - Autumn Splendor / Memory Box Challenge - Terrific Trees / Fantasy Stampers - Autumn Leaves / Docerela - Challenge 88 / Dies R Us Challenge - Use Hot Colors / RRR Challenge - Orange you Glad it´s Autumn / The Paper Girls - Sweater Weather

Comments

  1. Oh wow, Gracie!! I have to say this is a favorite for me of your amazing creations!! I love the fall too and the colors with the gold are fantastic.

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  2. Oh, my word, this is gorgeous! I love fall colors and this is just glowing with them. Love the gold on the leaves and the corner die is fabulous. So pretty! Thanks for joining us in our Hot Colors Challenge at Dies R Us!

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  3. This is a stunner for sure, a tribute to the last day of summer, but a perfect essence of the coming fall... Love the gold embossing on the leaf tips. Perfect detail and really spices the card up! :) BTW, I have spent the past week watching your flower videos and loved every single one. Gave you thumbs up on each and learned a lot to add to my flower making arsenal. TFS!

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  4. BEAUTIFUL creation Gracie! Thanks so much for playing in our ‘HOT COLORS PHOTO INSPIRATION’ challenge at Dies R Us! Please come back again soon!

    Darlene (DRU Blog Leader)
    DIES R US CHALLENGE BLOG
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS

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  5. Beautiful autumn card Gracie! love these colours and details.
    thank you for joining us over on Poppystamps challenge blog.
    Pam x

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  6. Awesome card! Beautiful colors and embellishments.
    Thanks for joining us at Docerela Challenge this week.
    Maria Pilar (Docerela DT Member)

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  7. Hi this is a stunning card I love the design. Thank you for joining us at Fantasy Stampers Challenge 45 “Autumn Leaves” Hugs Jackie (DT)

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  8. Graciellie, this card is fantastic! Really feels like fall and I like a touch of gold so much! Thank you for playing along with us and please come back soon!

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  9. Lovely! How fun to be using your own stamp designs:) Scrumptious layers!

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  10. Beautiful colors, beautiful details. Congratulations
    Thank you for joining us at Docerela this week.
    Kisses :)
    Tânia (Docerela Dt Member)

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  11. What a wonderful mix of elements on this card...and I love the gold tipped leaves! Thanks for joining us at Poppystamps this month!

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  12. This card is just gorgeous and your stamps are some of my favorites! Very inspiring! Thank you for joining the Memory Box Challenge.

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  13. Stunning creations Gracie! Love how you created this card! Wow! Thanks for sharing this with us. Have a fabulous day! Hugs, Gloria

    http://purpleglocreations.blogspot.com

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  14. Your card are so elegant!

    Thank you for joining us this week at Docerela :0)

    Blessings

    Catarina

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    1. This is gorgeous, Gracielle. I always LOVE seeing your sweet creations, and I thank you for sharing your wonderful art in our challenges. Please stop by to join us again soon.
      Karen
      Really Reasonable Ribbon

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  16. Gorgeous card, Gracie.
    Good luck.
    Hugs,
    Guida

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  17. Wow! You give layering a whole new meaning for me! I LOVE that gold mesh! Nicely done card!

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  18. Beautiful card!! Love the gold mesh.. The leaf die cut is awesome!
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  19. Wow, such an amazing card!! Congratulations for your incredible work :)
    Im very happy that you join Docerela Challenge this week.
    Rita (Docerela DT Member)

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  20. Beautifully made and very elegant.

    Thanks for joining us at Fantasy Stampers.

    Helen x

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  21. Gorgeous card! Love all the layers and texture!

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  22. Absolutely exquisite!! LOVE everything about this gorgeous card. My fave autumn colors are orange, red, gold, and a bright azure blue.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  23. This is beautiful, Gracie! I agree, the warm Fall color palette is a favorite. I must admit, I use orange all year around!

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  24. This is beautiful! I love the embossing on the tips of the leaves. :)

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  25. Fab colours. Love that pop of orange. Yellow, red, orange for fall. Hugz

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  26. Gorgeous card! Love the warm colors and the die cuts loo amazing! Loaded with wonderful details!

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  27. Beautiful card!
    Thank you for joining us over on Poppystamps challenge blog.

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  28. WOW! Your card is Beautiful I Love all the layers and texture and colors!

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  29. Wonderful work Gracie ..lovely, thanks so much for the inspiration!
    Shaz in Oz.x


    {Shaz in Oz – Calligraphy Cards}

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  30. Lovely card & colors
    Thanks for entering the Poppystamps Monthly Challenge.
    ilona

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  31. Gracie you are amazing! I love the colors, and swoon.. those gold tipped leaves! GORGEOUS!

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  32. Gracie your card is so inspiring with those beautiful gold dipped leaves and all the details on you gorgeous card!

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  33. Absolutely stunning!! Love your ramantic autumn card! Thank you for joining us over on Poppystamps challenge blog.

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  34. Beautiful card, Gracie! The colors are so fresh and wonderful! Thanks for playing along with us over at Poppystamps!
    Take Care!
    Michele

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  35. Hi there! Thanks so much for participating in our September challenge. Your coloring of our Botanical Stem die is absolutely stunning. Really gorgeous design.

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  36. Super happy for you to have won at RRR! This was a superb card, love every detail!

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  37. This is breath-taking, Gracie! The amount of work and detail in this card is amazing! I love the Unity stamps you showcased as well. Thank you for linking this up to the Sweater Weather challenge with the Paper Girls!

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  38. Oh my gosh - I love this card! The colors. The layout. The layers. So beautiful. And thanks so much for linking it up to our Paper Girls Challenge!

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  39. Oh my gosh - I love this card! The colors. The layout. The layers. So beautiful. And thanks so much for linking it up to our Paper Girls Challenge!

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  40. Congratulations! It's a stunning card. Thanks for joining us at the Paper Girls Challenge for September.

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