Tuesday 10 October 2017

Autumn Too ...

Do you find that when you remember a particular technique you then use that technique to create a lot of cards?  I certainly do ... as followers of my blog will know!!  Today is no exception, I'm into paper piecing at the moment - either stamping and die cutting images and then putting them back together on a card base or die cutting an image and then filling in the negative space with patterned paper.  So it will not be a surprise to see today's contribution to the card stash as it follows the same idea ...

This uses the left overs from my previous post 'Autumn'.  This time I've used a hexagon die and included the outline which I've adhered flat to the base and the hexagons I've adhered using foam adhesive to add dimension.

I used:
UNIKO Fun flowers stamp set (just one of the leaves)
Distress Inks - ripe persimmon, abandoned coral, festive berries, spiced marmalade, carved pumpkin and candied apple.
Sizzix - Tim Holtz Frameworks Honeycomb Die

I'm entering this into the "Less is More" Challenge.



  1. Great card, love the dimension :)
    Hugs Kaz x

  2. Love how you've used the hexagons x

  3. A beautiful card that makes echoes to the previous one with the circles ! It is a very creative design and so beautiful with these hot colours over the white space ! Love it ! Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Less is More !

  4. Beautiful, classy, elegant and such a striking and intricate design Elaine. Love your use of the Uniko goodies and as always thanks for joining us at Less is More

  5. What an unique card, so fun with all the geometric shapes! Great dimension. Thanks for joining us at Less Is More and I hope to see you playing along in our current challenge OLC: Stars -though knowing you you might have already entered, I'm late with my commenting rounds and haven't checked yet! :)


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