Hope this post finds you all well. I learned a valuable crafty lesson on Sunday night - paper is dangerous! I bent down to pick up a piece of mirri-paper and snap went my back! I couldn't straighten up and had to get help from my Mam! Be careful out there!
Anyway, we have a brilliant new challenge over at Fab'n'Funky and our host this week is the great Pat. Her chosen theme is very apt for this time of year...
The Colours of Autumn
We also have a fantastic sponsor - My Creative Classroom, who are giving our lucky winner the chance to take part in a hair colouring masterclass. How amazing is that?!
So, onto my card and I've gone quite simple this week but I kinda liked how it turned out.
I think my photo skills are getting worse though! This shows the gold mirri-card off and then I layered with brown pearlescent cardstock. The red spider's web mesh is from Kanban and I have 5 rolls of this in different colours so you might be seeing quite a bit of it for a while!
My stamped image is also Kanban, from their Steampunk stamp set. I used a Hobbycraft gold inkpad and it really suits these stamps. I used Spellbinders Grand Ovals to but my image and then distressed with Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Fired Brick to highlight the embossing. Here is the close-up...
This shows the colour of the die cut paper which is a lot more orange-y in real life. Hope you have fun with your colours of autumn.