The Paper Players Challenge #70

Hey Everyone

Betcha didn’t expect a post from me on a weekday!  It’s a public holiday here in Melbourne due to the running of the Melbourne Cup so I’ve had the day off work and had a chance to play in my room.  My post tonight is for this weeks Anything Goes Fall Theme Challenge at The Paper Players.  I’m a little bit addicted to my spritzer tool which I pulled out again for a vintage-y background look on the top note.  I then played around with daubing the leaves and ended up using old olive and then soft suede to hopefully give them a “real” look.

Here’s what I created this week:

Thanks for taking a look.

Products Used:
Cardstock: Early Espresso, Very Vanilla, First Edition DSP
Ink: Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, Soft Suede Marker, Soft Suede, Old Olive
Stamp Sets: French Foliage, Elements of Style
Other Products: Victoria Crochet Trim, Button, Linen Thread, Antique Brad, Seam Binding
See ya


10 thoughts on “The Paper Players Challenge #70

  1. These leaves are so real they look like they came straight from your yard! Love the sponging and the spritzing….always good to see your cards in the galler! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

  2. Narelle, you have really created a beauty with this one. Love the vintage style, the shading on the leaves and the beautiful accents you used. The distressing on the newsprint is a wonderful touch. Thanks so much for joining us this week at the Paper Players! 🙂

  3. Narelle, another GORGEOUS project. I love that you have so many layers and yet it still stays so clean. Love the spritzing on the top note die. I love that it is so vintage – and yet – the colors and the monochrome accessories make my CAS heart happy. I don’t know how you do it! So glad you shared this fabulous project with the Paper Players this week

  4. Narelle, is truly gorgeous!! I love the design…and the colors on those leaves are just amazing. I will be casing this one for sure. So glad you joined us this week at the Paper Players.

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