Friday, 1 October 2010

Autumn Breezes at Sir Stampalot

Good Morning and welcome to October! This month at Sir Stampalot we have a theme of  Autumn breezes with buttons and a bow. Prepare yourself for lots of photos as I wanted to show you all the different parts of my criss-cross card!
Here it is sat on my window ledge. I started off with some pieces of glossy card stock and stamped some leaves (Hero Arts Clear design: scattered leaves) using Big and Juicy Spice. I then inked up my brayer, took a bit of the colour off and brayered diagonally across each panel.
The small leaf stamps on the central panel are from the same set and the corrugated card band around the card was coloured with creative colour sprays(Crafty Notions). The little leaves were cut with a newish die from Joy crafts using pearlescent paper.
On the reverse side of the central panel I cut an oval from some Artylicious Essence of Nature paper and placed more leaves around it, giving an area for a sentiment. The orange buttons were from very old stash (My Mum's button box, inherited about ten years ago, but the buttons are probably circa 1960!)

So there you go. Hope you like it. I certainly had fun with my Brayer! You can probably see I got a bit carried away! Now, drum roll please, as I'm sure you will want to see the amazing stash you can win this time round...
Isn't it wonderful? So, if you would like to be in with a chance of winning this lovely stash, take a look at the fabulous inspiration from my fabulous teamies over on the Sir Stampalot challenge blog and get creating!

15 comments:

  1. beautifully autumnal....wonderful inking/stamping

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  2. This is beautiful Sally, my favourite colour palate and such perfect stamping. I love your corrugated card x

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  3. Gorgeous hun! Love the colours, very stylish piece.

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  4. This looks great Sally! Such lovely autumnal colours. xx

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  5. Morning Sally

    Already told you I love your work this month, but just reminding you.

    And you know that's my favourite B&J.

    B x

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  6. Stunning work sally, glad I popped over to see the rest of it!!
    Pinky

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  7. HI Sally thanks for those kind words,I am still laughing yes!!
    your card looks so scrummy, see you soon love chris xx

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  8. Wowzer Sally seeing a truly beautiful creation like this leaves me awestruck, I love it.
    Hugs
    Lorraine x

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  9. Hi Sally, so glad you stopped my blog because that led me to your blog and your wonderful creations. I also had to go over and check out the stamp company that makes that wonderful "Lovely Trees" stamp set. They have some great stuff :) Be seeing you in Blog Land.
    Debbie

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  10. A gorgeous Autumnual card, Sally. I love all the dimension you've got into it.
    I see your blog has put it's Autumn coat on too. Love the new look.
    hugs Lisax

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  11. Hi Sally!
    This is gorgeous! Love all the bits too it and the stunning colours :)
    I've got something for you on my blog xx
    Hugs, Rachel xx

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  12. Hi Sal

    This is beautiful.

    I have never tried a card like this - it looks very effective.

    Great colours and fantastic use of your brayer as always.

    Brilliant work.

    Love Jules xx

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  13. Hi Sally
    This is sheer beauty!! love everything about it, Your paper is gorgeous and the embellishments superb. I need to stroke it!! Sorry I havn't been around much lately, I missed some wonderful creations.
    Hope all is well with you
    x Michelle

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  14. wow, this is a work of art!

    wonderful, what you show us here!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    silvi xoxo

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  15. This is a wonderful creation! Every fold and detail is superb :)

    Hugs,
    Sandra P

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