Friday, 30 October 2015

Autumn Card Series - Day 1 of 7

This is day one of a new card series on my You Tube channel with an Autumn or Fall theme.  Many of the cards in this series could also be used for thanks giving.

Supplies:
"The Langton" Hot Press Water Colour Paper
Tafetta Smooth White Card Stock: 325gsm (card base), 160gsm (insert)
Brusho Pigment Powders:

  • Yellow
  • Prussian Blue
  • Gamboge
  • Orange
  • Vermillion

Royal 1/2" Glaze Brush
Stamps:

  • Elusive images (Now trading as Chocolate Baroque): Design A Tree Set  
  • Joy Crafts: Autumn Leaves
  • Stampin' Up: Itty Bitty Backgrounds (Tiny splatters stamp)
  • Judikins: #1755D
Versafine Ink: Jet Black
Archival Ink: Vermillion
Distress Inks: Spiced Marmalade, Mustard Seed, Barn Door, Chipped Sapphire
Sakura Micron Pen #02
Sellotape: Double Sided Tape
Spellbinders Die: Scalloped Labels One
Ranger Cut N' Dry Foam

8 comments:

  1. I have been following you for a long time, Rachel, but I never comment. I don't know why really. I truly love all of your work. I get excited when I'm notified of a new YouTube video as I am a subscriber. You were absent for many months from YouTube so I was thrilled to see you back. I live in the USA in the state of Ohio. I have been to London though. I loved it! I enjoyed your Halloween cards & I'll enjoy these fall cards too. I love everything you do.

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    1. Thanks Patricia. It's always nice to read viewers comments and I'm really glad you enjoy my content. I look forward to more feedback from you, should you wish to leave some :-)

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  2. Beautiful, looking forward to see the other 6 cards!!!

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  3. Stunning card. I,d never heard of Brusho before, it looks amazing.

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  4. Beautiful card - I think I will make one with you but I only have one Brusho. From what I've seen on You Tube, they appear to have more different color crystals making up the main color and provide unexpected but beautiful results. Saving up for more but will use the other colored powder pots with my Brusho and hope that works as well. Love how big it is, also. So pretty.

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  5. Just love that you have another series to look forward to! This card is just lovely.

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  6. A gorgeous card Rachel and loved your video and fabulous technique..I have been on u tube for a long time tonight and watching so many videos and they are all amazing..

    luv CHRISSYxx

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