Saturday, September 29, 2012

More Fred, She Said Goodness!

Tracey-Lynn from Fred, She Said released a whole bunch of fun images this month....and I have two more cards to share with you today!

This image is a pre-colored image called Fallen Maple Leaf.  I cut it out with the Spellbinders Labels Five Die.  While the image was still in the die, I distressed it with Tim Holtz's Walnut Stain Distress Ink. 

For my background I ran a piece of coated copper cardstock through the Cuttlebug Branches embossing folder.    My only embellishments are an acrylic sticker and some brads that I wound some Copper Metallic DMC floss around. 

Emma is hard at work in this card featuring the Raking set.  Again, I used one of the pre-colored versions on my card.  The flowers are from the new Blue Jay precolored set.  I again distressed the image before removing it from the Spellbinders Deckled Rectangle Die.

My only embellishment on this card is a border using my Inky Antics HoneyPop Beautiful Borders set and some brown HoneyPop Paper.

Thinking of You is by River City Rubber Works.

8 comments:

MaxineD said...

Wow Michelle what great work - I love the leaf image and you have really made a wonderful card with it.
Blessings
Maxine

Imke said...

Both cards are very beautiful. I´v never used a pre-colored image- it looks great.

Anonymous said...

STUNNING! I loved the twig background even BEFORE I found out it was done in copper-amazing and the zigzag floss really set it off! then you give a beautiful Emma Raking card! So simple, rustic, and Gorgeous!
Carolyn

chillin with Quillin said...

there both awesome, love it!!!
Paula

Debbie W said...

Both cards are awesome.

Ruza Rebel said...

These are adorable! Love your coloring and the colors are perfect for this time of year! ;o)

Miranda said...

Gorgeous!
Miranda :)
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artbyjolis said...

WOW!! That maple leaf card is outstanding! I LOVE it. It is so pretty and you've set it off perfectly with your spellbinders shape and that "easy" zigzag edging. I am so jealous--I wish I could make one like this! Alas, I have no diecut machine or embosser. I'll just have to use the old fashioned way--cut it by hand. But, that zigzag edge--hey, even I can do that! ;) It is GORGEOUS!!!!!