Goodbye Autumn Colours – Visible Image Stamps

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Lisa Nygards is here with her latest inspiration…


I think this will be the last card with autumn theme for this season. The bright beautiful colors are gone and leaves are on the ground and most of the nature are turning brown-ish. Sad thing. Now it will be dark and boring until we get some snow that lighten things up.

I’ve used the Colours of the Wind set on my card. I colored the leaf up with rainbow inkpads and misted with some water before I stamped it on a watercolor paper. Then I inked up part by part of the word stamp and stamped on the side. Decorated with some bling and sequins and splattered some black dots all over for dimension.


2015-10-21 Visible Image stamps - Colours of The Wind - Inky Leaf Stamp - Lisa Nygards

Stamps:  Visible Image Colours of the Wind
Papers: watercolor paper
Embellishments: Sequins, Bling
Medium: Rainbow inkpads that react with water

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Wow what a beautiful card ♥  Thank you Lisa!

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