Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Autumn Garland

Wowza, two garlands in one week! I'm going to do one for each season, but Winter will have to wait as I want to use the new Ski Slope designer series paper, and I don't have any of it yet! The Autumn garland was fun to make (and faster than the Halloween one). I love the Autumn Vine DSP. The letters are painted with a dark brown acrylic paint that I picked up at Michaels. More Mustard, Really Rust, and Chocolate Chip card stock accent the Autumn Vine DSP. Earth Elements buttons and brads were also used, along with Chocolate Chip 5/8 inch grosgrain ribbon, and Mustard 1/4 inch grosgrain ribbon. I hope you like it as much as I do!

4 comments:

Renee said...

This is awesome. I just may have to case this one, if you don't mind. I love garlands too.

Courtney McAulay said...

Oh my, I just love this! I was wondering, on the first and last page, it looks like you have something attached to the back. It almost looks like it could be a book or something when you close it. Can you tell me what that is? Thank you so much?

Stamp/nScrap said...

I'll have to take a shot of the covers for you and post them, Courtney. It's a rectangle of chipboard (usually cut from the paperboard that comes with a set of designer series paper). A piece of designer series paper covers it. I need to do a Winter garland, so I'll take a couple of pics of how I put that together and post it soon. Thanks for visiting my site! Cheryl

Anonymous said...

Fantastic. What are the sizes of each of the panels?