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Today's card is an example of color layering on the pumpkins. Coloring light to dark still applies but I love the dimension that coloring in layers provides.
1. The diecut leafless tree (leftover from an unused project) was resurrected.
2. Two background watercolor panels were colored with Tombows scribbled onto palette paper and spritzed with water. Each panel was pressed into the wet Tombows and set aside to dry.
3. The layer right behind the pumpkins was dry embossed using a Dreamweaver Quatrafoil (LX7027) stencil. The pumpkin panel was adhered to the purple panel. May Arts jute was tied around the two panels.
4. Both panels were adhered to the card base with Bazzil cardstock using Tombow Multi Glue.
CRS5078 Cling Create Fall
DCS5078 Create Fall Die Set
MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper
DWDX7020 Leafless Tree Diecut
STF082 Versafine Onyx Black Ink
LX7027 Dreamweaver Quatrefoil Stencil
Tombow Recycled Pencils
Tombow Multi Glue
Tombow Mounting Tape
May Arts Jute
Disclaimer: I'm so happy to be a Stampendous Design Team Member and to help promote their wonderful products. They generously supply us with many free goodies like the Dreamweaver Stencil and diecut, Stampendous stamp set and diecut, May Arts jute and Tombow Pencils I'm using today.