Splatter Leaves & Fox with Cristena Bagne

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The leaves are starting to change, and Cristena has our inspiration covered with the Splatter Leaves (3019) stamp set.  She did an amazing job coloring all of the leaves from the set. While Cristena fussy cut the leaves out, there is a matching Splatter Leaves Die Cut (3019D) set for these leaves making things so much easier. 

Before putting the leaves on the card, Cristena first used the Rubbernecker Watercolor Paper (wcp). She splashed on some color with a bit of Ken Oliver’s Color Bursts (CBSET-1) for a nice background. She cut the watercolor paper and other layers with the Nested Rectangle Die Cut (5003D) set. 

Cristena also used the Fox (3105) Stamp Set. She used one of the sentiments along with one of the little foxes. She stamped the sentiment directly on the watercolor paper. The fox she used the Fox Die Cut (3105D) set. The card is very cute. 

We hope you enjoy her project today, remember to come back every day and check out what we have that is new and inspiring from our ladies. Check out  Cristena’s Blog to see more of this card and the information about what she used or did with it, you can CLICK HERE

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