Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Double D Challenge, "Feeling Fall-ish"!

Hey there, crafty friends! 
Welcome to the first challenge in November at the Double D Challenge Blog.

 The year is going by quickly, Thanksgiving is just around the corner and Christmas is not far off.  Today's challenge, brought to you by Team Diane,  has us "Feeling Fall-ish".  Play along and you could be a winner!
Here's our awesome mood board to inspire you...
Choose one, two, three or all four of the photos to use as your inspiration.
And, there's a fun prize for this challenge that will go to one lucky entry chosen by  Everyone, including international entries are welcome to play along for a chance to win this awesome prize from Yvonne Creations...
Yvonne Creations Fall Favourites Leaves

We'll also be choosing a CREATIVE WINNER and Top 3 who will be awarded our Double D Badge to display in their blogs.  Details are on the Double D Challenge Blog!

I took a little inspiration from each of the photos on the mood board...colors, flowers, leaves, pumpkin and sequins...


The 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" card base is kraft cardstock and layered with a lighter shade of kraft and teal patterned paper.  The background layer is white with gold metallic script.  I used a pumpkin corner die cut from ivory patterned paper as the base for the focal point on the card.  Velvet cornstalks and wheat stalks are the background for the twine, leaves and roses.  A few random sequins and sentiment tag complete the card. Lots of dimension and texture!

Featured Product
Bo Bunny, Kaisercraft, Prima Patterned Papers
Cheery Lynn Lacey Pumpkin Corner
Clearsnap/Colorbox Chalk Ink
Frantic Stamper Cornstalk
Frantic Stamper Wheat Stalk
May Arts Twine
Prima Roses and Leaves
Other: Sequins

Challenges entered:
So, come join us at the Double D Challenge Blog!  It's fun and you'll be glad you did!  You'll find the challenge rules located at the top of the blog.  Link your entry using the Inlinkz icon found at the bottom of the current challenge post.

Visit my Double D Team members for more inspiration...

Team Diane

Team Darlene

I hope I have inspired you to play along with us at Double D!
Thanks for stopping by and please come back soon...



aussie aNNie said...

Vicki a true work of art and beauty.xx [aNNie]

Diane said...

Beautifully the pretty fall arrangement of the leaves and flower and the added sparkle of the sequins!!

Alice (scrAPpamondo) said...

Amazing card, Vicki, so inspiring! Fabulous design!

Darlene said...

What a fabulous design Vicki! Love how your focus is all in the corner ... looks awesome and I'm going to 'borrow' that idea for a design! Great job!

Kathy Krug said...

Love this design. the sentiment as the focal image on the corner of the card is sooo out of the box and gorgeous.

Scrapper69 said...

Ooh WOW! Stunning card Vicki! I totally love the entire design!

Theresa’s Crafty Creations

Donna Phelan said...

This is magnificent! One of my most favorites of all time! The colors, the design, that background paper...those fantastic dies in those fantastic colors! All over gorgeous!!!

Amelia Breytenbach said...

What a lovely Fall card Vicki! I so love the design and all the beautiful dies. So very pretty!

Judy Woodland said...

This is beautiful, I love that scripty background and how you have used those die cuts. Great take on the Mood Board. And I also love that pop of turquoise, such a great tuch. Well done!

Esther said...

Lovely card!
Thanks for sharing with Die Cuttin' Divas this week!

Sue's Paper Crafts said...

Beautiful card, wonderful accents and color scheme. Thank you for joining us at Connie Can Crop.

Sue - Connie Can Crop DT

Katydid Cards said...

Lovely card. So glad you entered it in Connie Can Crop's monthly challenge. Good luck!

Unknown said...

Your card is beautiful!! Thank you for joining us at Connie Can Crop for her monthly challenge!

vicky's scrapping passion said...

Those leaves are amazing. Nice and colorful. Great job. Such a cute and cool card. Love the textures. Tfs and for participating in Connie’s color challenge. Good luck.


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