The number of this November/Thanksgiving stack of cards continues to grow as T has decided he wants to share a few as well. Do I mind? Of course not!
Pinterest inspired, but with a slightly different take, this card is cut on the Skycut using SCAL 5 Pro and shapes from the Library and a few different techniques I thought I'd like to try. Lots of enjoyable "play" time.
I used the back minus front command in SCAL to create the leaf cuts (I now have nearly a hundred white leaves ready to color to use in a future large shaker project). I used two separate sentiments created using fonts and the p2c option offered in SCAL. (Both fonts are from Creative Fabrica) for this stack of cards.
It was fun adding the score lines for the leaf cuts using a shadow cut as a panel behind the card front face.
The panel was colored using distress inks. Once the panel was adhered to the back of the card face, I flecked some gold shimmer on the card face and the shadow layer. Once dry, the card face and panel were adhered to the larger panel and then to the card base.
These are pretty quick to assemble once the stock was printed, cut and pieces colored. This month's stack jumped from 12 to 20. I've already figured in that we'll be adding this number to the our Christmas card list as I begin that process next month.
Hoping you will be enjoying some creative time in the next few days if not sooner. Enjoy and thanks again for dropping by.