Monday, September 20, 2010

H2H Challenge - Celebrating Fall

Merry Monday Morning to you all!

Since it is Monday, it is time once again for my contribution to the H2H Challenge blog. This week we have a sketch:


Although it was still 107 degrees this weekend...I cranked up the air conditioner, lit an Autumn Wreath Yankee Candle and wished for actual signs of Fall and cooler weather. (Crazy thinking since we have predictions of triple digit weather all next week! UGH!!) But I did my best to create my enviroment to inspire this beautiful fall card created with our new Oliva Paper Pack.

I made a slight modification to the sketch by running it vertical instead of horizontal...and oh-so-delighted with the results!!

The Fall embelishement was created with a resist technique. I first stamped the celebrate word in Cocoa on Colonial White Cardstock, the stamped the FALL letters with Versamark ink and embossed with clear embossing powder, last I sponged Barn Red ink and destressed the edge with more Cocoa Ink. Love it! Love it! Love it!!


So now it’s your turn! Create a card inspired by the sketch and then hop on over to the H2H Challenge blog and share your creation by Sunday night at 10pm for your chance to be chosen as the Fab Friday Five!! You can also check out the other design team member’s incredible artwork for inspiration! The links to each of their sites can be found on the sidebar of my blog.

All supplies used are Close to my Heart:
STAMPS: C1281 Card Commentary & E1009 Building Block Alphabet
PAPER: Olivia Level 2 Paper Pack, Colonial White - Barn Red - Cocoa Cardstocks
INKS: Versamark, Barn Red and Cocoa Exclusive Ink Pads
DOODLES: Clear Embossing Powder, Foudry Metal Flourish Assortment, Netral Embroidery Floss Assortment, non-CTMH ribbon

4 comments:

Karen Pedersen said...

Oh, Kelly! Your work is always amazing, but this one takes my breath away. What does a girl have to do to get one? I LOOOOOOVE this card.

Haley D. said...

Beautiful!

Debbie Carriere said...

Stunning! I love the way you stamped the sentiment - great ideas. How do you get your bows so perfect???

Kelly Triggs said...

Debbie...practice, practice, practice!! :)