Paper crafting is works of heart

Paper crafting is works of heart!

Monday, September 10, 2018

Early Autumn Splendor kit used for card two with fall picnic theme for IB and CKCB

Version two of Autumn Harvest Basket card:

Down near the bottom of the post will be version one of Autumn Harvest Basket. For version two, I went with more reds, reddish purples, and dark violets. Elements of a fall picnic that I selected from the IB #36 challenge photo prompt were: woven basket, apples, and range of yellows, browns, reds, violets and hints of green, blue, and orange (see my striped paper and bow). IB #36 link:

Card two follows the sketch layout diagram shown below better than card one; better literally with changing directions of striped patterned paper. The sketch is from Page Maps and was shared on 100 Pattern Paper Challenge, a closed group in Facebook, earlier today.

The maple leaf print bow is a forgery I made to be a part of this September kit. All papers/cardstocks were from the kit even the little bit of red that the basket is mounted on. The silk leaf and dark reddish brown butterfly were also in the September kit, I dubbed as "Early Autumn Splendor".

Posted earlier today is this card pictured below that I'm referring in this posting as Version 1 of Autumn Harvest Basket card.

Go to CKC blog to see the original kit of inspiration from Noel Mignon called "Apple Crisp Classic Kit" and see what the master forgers (MF) have created too: 

Until next creative endeavor using the September kit or other craftiness abounds, Becca S


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