Saturday, October 22, 2016


Good Morning Friends!
 Saturday means a new Challenge at MFP Stamps
We have a color challenge today.

We would love to have you play along with us this week, 
just make sure to include all three colors on your card or project.

Another simple card is in order. Ive been battling a horrible sore throat
and sinuses. Seems to have made my vertigo a little worse the past few
days too. So all that to say this didnt take too much time. I used the
embossed strip for the side because of the swirls
 reminding me of blowing leaves.
 The oval was cut with a  Little Inkers Die.
I love these leaves and sentiment  from the Autumn Splendor Set.
Colored and cut out two of the images then cut them up and
stuck on. The twine wrapped and tied. There you go easy peasy!
MFP Stamp Store has a 15% off Sale right now
 Do go check it out. Im sure you will find
 something  you cant live without!!


KarinsArtScrap said...

very beautiful and elegant card Davi
Gr Karin

Lisa said...

This is so beautiful, Davi!! I love the colors and those gorgeous leaves!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

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Stella said...

Your layered leafs are adding a lovely contrast to this gorgeous and elegant card. I love the way you framed the sentiment. So chic!

coldwaters2 said...

Beautiful CAS style Autumnal card Davi, I love it
lorraine x

Ros Crawford said...

Lovely card Davi... I love your leaves and the acorns!

Mona Pendleton said...

Beautiful card Davi! Love the pretty foliage and embossed design! Hope you have a great Sunday!

Vickie Y said...

Beautiful; love the layers.

CherylQuilts said...

What a gorgeous fall card, Davi, and I love the leaves and the acorns. Such a wonderful reminder of my falls in NJ when I was growing up. Hugs! xoxo

Tammy said...

Beautiful card Davi! I love how you framed the sentiment and the embossed down the side is gorgeous!
Big hugs, Tammy

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

I love those fall colors and that beautiful card!

Unknown said...

Love the Fall colors. Great idea to put the embossed section on the side like that. I may have to copy that idea. :)