I started with some color burst powders on watercolor paper in oranges and yellows, then when it was dry, I stamped over it with the wreath and the large flower from Autumn Blessings in tangerine tango. I then added some coloring in with Copic markers and cut out with the coordinating dies from the Autumn Thanks Die Set.
Next I started working with some rust paste, stenciling onto a tag. I ended up liking the piece that I used to scrape up the excess rust paste with more than the tag, so scrapped the tag idea and cut the watercolor paper down to square size, embossing the grace quote from the Scripture Medley 4 stamp set in early espresso.
I added a bit of color here and there to this piece as I worked, swiping it with a baby wipe I used to clean up the yellow dylusions spray and paint I used on the bottom layer, then finishing off this piece with some drops of straight dylusions spray in pure sunshine.
For embellishment I added some teeny red rhinestones to the wreath, an orange bauble to the flower center and a fun wooden leaf from Michael's behind the flower.
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|Card Concept 62|
Stamps: Autumn Blessings, Scripture Medley 4 (Verve Stamps)
Paper: Thankful (Authentique), early espresso (SU!), cream (Neenah), watercolor paper (Fabriano)
Ink: early espresso, tangerine tango (SU!), Colorburst (Ken Oliver), pure sunshine spray (Dylusions), dab of yellow paint (Studio Collection), Copic markers, vintage photo, scattered straw distress ink (Ranger)
Accessories: Autumn Thanks Die Set (A Cut Above by VERVE), wooden leaf shape (Michael's), clear embossing powder (JudiKins), leaves embossing folder (Darice), rhinestones, washi tape, Rust Paste (Prima)