Hi, I am sharing my Autumn Wall Hanger today on the SinCity Stamps Blog
using my SinCity Stamps Fall Collection and Fall Collection 2 Stamp Sets.
I began my project by cutting a piece of card board to measure 5" x 7" and covering it with Chocolate Burlap.
I cut a piece of Autumn Splendor paper, stamped Autumn on a piece of it with my Artprint Brown ink, distress the edges with the Tim Holtz distress tool to make all the edges look worn and inked it afterwards with Gathered Twigs and Wild Honey Distress ink.
Stamp the twigs and filigree on the top of the paper with Artprint Brown ink and adhere into place....add Tim Holtz metal corners over the burlap covered cardboard.
I stamped several leaves on three pieces of the Autumn Splendor papers and fussy cut them out.
Place the Autumn sentiment on to the top with pop dots, layer the leaves and artificial leaves and flowers to the top of the piece with glue dots and pop dots.
Spray at piece of bright orange sheer ribbon with Dylusions Melted Chocolate and make a bow when it is dry.
I stamped four small dragonflies with the Crimson ink and fussy cut them out....
Add some Glimmer Glaze on the wings so they stay stiff when they are dry....
Place the dragonflies and bow on the Autumn Wall Hanging when the wire hanger has been attached. I hope you are inspired to make yourself a Autumn Wall Hanger as I was when I seen something similiar in a book at my local craft store. Make sure to check out all the fabulous stamps at the SinCity Stamp Store
and check out the SinCity Stamps Blog
. Hugs Pammejo-http://pammejo-scrapbookflair.blogspot.com/
SinCity Stamps Fall Collection
SinCity Stamps Fall Collection 2
WeR Memory Keepers Autumn Splendor
Canvas Corp Chocolate Burlap
Tim Holtz Gathered Twigs and Wild Honey Distress Ink
Tim Holtz Distress Tool
Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher
Memories Crimson and Artprint Brown Ink
Versafine Black Ink
Dylusions Melted Chocolate
Glimmer Glaze Fine Glitter
MonAmi Gabby Bling
Orange Sheer Ribbon
Artificial Flower Stem
Gorgeous Pam, just love what you did with your pretty stamps!!ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous, Pam! Love all of the texture.ReplyDelete
GORGEOUS!!! Love it, Pam. And that's an impressive amount of work too.ReplyDelete