Monday, September 1, 2014

Curtain Call Lovely Leaves: So Very Blessed



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It's time for a new Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge!


I was inspired by:

the colors
leaves = fall = thankful

Did you know that Neat & Tangled is now selling "Nice and Neat Dies"?!!!

I used the



I combined it with 




Take a lookie at my project again, notice anything different?

















cardstock:  gmund/savanna, strathmore  stamps:  neat & tangled/so very blesses  ink:  memento tuxedo, various copics  other:  neat & tangled/nice & neat dies/a lot to say, cork, crop-a-dile, quickie glue pen, martha glitter

Yup, the foilage is going the 'other way'.  I tried really hard to mask off the image...blah, blah blah...but it never worked so I went for it....I snipped the image apart.

GASP!

That's me  living on the edge...total rebel.
(chuckling)

Okay, make sure you visit my lovely teamie:

Lovely Leaves Designers

28 comments:

  1. You rebel you! *wink* :) I loveeeeee this! LOVING those leaves!!!!!

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  2. So pretty Amy. Love the textures background and the sweet images in the speech bubble.

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  3. Let's just start by saying I Love the card base, and the sentiment... well it's beautiful, top to bottom...and oh so do love that rebel side of you!! Rebel on!
    =] M

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  4. Great card, love the woodgrain background!

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  5. Love that die - and the woodgrain grey base!

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  6. Gorgeous, Amy! Love that image and the speech bubble die!

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  7. This made me really LOL! Very cute card! I love the colors and the sentiment is perfect!

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  8. Love that wood grain BG and that fun speech bubble.

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  9. Beautiful card, Amy! Love the clean design and great wood grain background!

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  10. What a fabulous card Amy, your dark woodgrain background is perfect! ps I've enjoyed catching up on your blog and maybe I may just have to move either myself from the computer or the computer from me, I agree it is a distraction because I just can't help myself once I start visiting other blogs lol.

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  11. Awesome card -- thanks for the support on my Guesting :)

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  12. I love the color combination so much. It's got masculine punch

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  13. I LOVE this one! Love how you changed up the foliage and put the sentiment/foliage in the speech bubble. FANTASTIC!

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  14. Love the wood grain on this card, Amy! So awesome!!

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  15. love this card. cutting up stamps is my new pleasure. I get so much more use out of them!

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  16. ohhhh love the woodgrain background!!!

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  17. You go, Girl! Make those crafty supplies work for you! ;)
    Totally gorgeous card!

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  18. Like the woodgrain and think your color combo is very nice. Congrats on cutting your stamp. I thought it looked great that way. I know it is something that is hard for me to do.

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  19. Go you! I have cut my stamps a few times and lived to tell about it.

    I love the colors; it's unexpected for the laurels and flowers.

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  20. Super love this! I think it was well worth the snip. :)

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  21. Ha! LOVE the stamp surgery! Sometimes you just gotta do it--and it looks great!

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  22. So behind but this is so lovely Amy!

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  23. Clever girl to alter your stamp to amp up its versatility! Such a pretty card....love that speech bubble die!!
    Hugs~c

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Cheers,
~amy~