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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Fall Wreath Window Luminary


This week I am a Guest Designer at For Fun Challenges.  The challenge is “To use Pumpkins but no Jack-O-Lanterns” on your card or project that will run from Wednesday, October 12th thru Tuesday, October 18th.  They have a wonderful sponsor this week, Meljen’s Designs, that offers so many adorable digital images.  The randomly drawn winner will receive 4 images of their choice.  Be sure to join in for a chance to win some fabulous images.

MELJEN.designsbadgeThe image I chose to create my project with is called Fall Wreath:

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Fall Wreath Window Luminaria


Digital Image:  Fall Wreath from Meljen’s Designs (colored image with Prisma color pencils and OMS; cut image out).

Sentiments:  Autumn is a Celebration of Colour and Warmest Autumn Wishes from Cuddly Buddly.

Template:  Created a window and re-designed a luminary to fit the window and flower box and then added a cover.

Card Stocks:  White Textured (Colorbok), Fall solid colors (Colorbok), Medium Brown (Basic Occasions), Lily Pond (TAC), Leaves print (K&Company-Tim Coffey Fall) and Acetate.

Punches:  Fiskars Grass Border punch, MS Picket Fence Border punch, MS Doily Lace Border punch, MS Branch, Marvy Oak Leaf, Marvy Daisy (Mum flowers), Stampin’ Up Bird punch, Marvy 2” Scalloped Square, Punch Bunch:  Mini Daisy, Small Sprig Leaf and Medium Rock Fern.

Inks:  Vintage Photo Distress Ink and Sakura Stardust Pen (ribbon on wreath).

Embellishments:  Glossy Accents (pumpkin and star on wreath), Viva Deco Gold and Ice White Pearl Pen, Black Brad, Wine Twine, 3D foam squares and Battery Operated Tea Light.

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!



Helen Dooley said...

Wonderful job you did for us this week! This is just gorgeous!

The Other Patti Sue said...

This is absolutely AMAZING!

Kathy D. said...

I told you AMAZING was the word to describe this!

Patricia St Martin said...

This is more then amazing. On every project you do you out do yourself everytime. Congratulations on being published in Looking thur the classroom door Magazine. Love every part and I do want to make one.
Hugz, Pat

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