Yet another simple design to help me finish my twelve sets of twelve cards.
My Interpretation: I decided against the flower and stuck with three simple circles, a sentiment, and a ribbon. I started with just the circles and sentiment, but realized that the card was just too plain. The ribbon goes a long way to adding to the card. I didn't take pictures of the others, but ended up running out of this green plaid ribbon and substituted orange and brown solid ribbon for the rest.
Tip: The orange circles looked too plain as just solid orange, so I made my own patterned paper. I took SU's Magnificent Maple stamp (sadly retired), and stamped all over a 8.5x11 sheet of pumpkin pie paper in pumpkin pie, wild wasabi, early espresso, and more mustard ink. The overlapping leaves created a nice neutral pattern paper to then cut into circles. It definitely adds a bit more homemade touch to card. Plus, I now have some leftover homemade pattern paper to play with.
- Stamps: Magnificent Maple (retired)
- Inks: More Mustard (retired)
- Cardstock: Fall themed scraps
- Accessories: Ribbon scraps
- Tools: 2" Circle Punch