Stampin’ Up! Vintage Leaves for Fall

Stampin Up Vintage Leaves Leaflits Framelits Dies Mary Fish Stampin Pretty Autumn Cards

This combination of Stampin’ Up! Vintage Leaves stamp set with coordinating Leaflets Framelits Dies is the essence of a clean and simple fall card.pals paper arts sketch challenge ppa271

I was inspired by the color combination from this week’s Pals Paper Arts Color Challenge (PPA271) to set the stage.  See what the rest of the PPA Resident Artists have created with these colors and play along here.

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  • The Stampin’ Up! Vintage Leaves stamp set coordinates with the Leaflets Framelits Dies.  Purchase them as a bundle and save 15%!

Stampin Up Vintage Leaves Leaflits Framelits Dies

  • I stamped the maple leaf and then layered a piece of Whisper White cardstock that was cropped with the coordinating Leaflets Framelits die.  The layer is popped up on Stampin’ Dimensionals for a 3-D effect.

Stampin Up Vintage Leaves Leaflits Framelits Dies Mary Fish Stampin Pretty Autumn Card

  • A simple Candy Dot (Regals Candy Dots) accents “hello fall.”

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  • A Whisper White Medium Envelope is dressed up with a liner cropped from a woodgrain pattern (Into the Woods Designer Series Paper).  View all the Stampin’ Up! holiday designer series paper in one spot.

Stampin Up Vintage Leaves Leaflits Framelits Dies Mary Fish Stampin Pretty Autumn Card Envelope

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23 Comments:

  1. Genius layout and perfect execution. I love this crisp, cool card!

  2. Luscious layers! I love the negative in the top layer. Beautiful card Mary!

  3. Love the 3D effect. Beautiful card.

  4. Just stunning Mary!!

  5. BRILLIANT example of the fabulous work that you create. I LOVE THIS TECHNIQUE!

  6. Your knack for creating simple designs that pack a lot of punch will never cease to amaze me. This looks spectacular! 🙂

    Cindy

  7. I was so happy with how this card turned out and your kind comments are so reinforcing!

  8. As others have said, this technique is fascinating! Would you please create a video to show how you cut out only part of the maple leaf and left it attached to the Whisper White card stock? I’d love to try this technique that you used to create your beautiful card!

  9. your card is beautiful! those colors work beautifully for your card.

  10. That card is awesome. I love the leaf set, it’s on the wish list. Thank you for sharing.

  11. absolutely gorgeous card, I am now wondering what other framelit this would work with, sadly I don’t think any.

  12. I just updated the supplies list. The stamp set for “hello fall” is For All Things

  13. Beautiful, Mary. I would also love to see a video on how to create that negative space for the maple leaf. Looks so fresh and classy! Beautiful colors too!

  14. what a terrific idea to crop the mat – I a going to try that!! thanks for the idea!

  15. I was determined to put a video together for you and ended up with a nasty cold. My voice isn’t going to hold out. I’ll try and do a video if I do a similar style card in the future. The bottom line is that I stamped the leaf image and then cropped with the die based on how the leaf was stamped. I used a larger piece of card stock than needed so that I could trim it a bit to adjust and get it to layer properly over the stamped image.

  16. Awesome card Mary! I love this! What a clever idea having the panel cut to hug the stamped image. Wonderful – love love love.

  17. Thanks, Kylie. Your comment (from across the “pond”) means so much!

  18. DITO Brian’s comment!

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