You'll see that I love to line up the leaves in this stamp set. This was for my brother's birthday a few years ago (he was born in November). I also used French Filigree and the sentiment is from All Holidays.
Here's a card that matches one of the kokeshi dolls in my collection :) Sentiment is from the eponymous Grateful Greetings.
And another baby book layout. I do believe that Autumn Traditions DSP is the *only* DSP that Stampin' Up! has ever had with Elegant Eggplant in it (aside from the monochromatic stuff that comes in every color). It's a shame too because I love Elegant Eggplant. I think I (and lots of other people too probably) would use it more often if it was in more DSP.
So that's it for the past projects, here's the new card:
Yep, I lined up those leaves again! Though this time I think they're a little crooked, I was kinda in a hurry. This is based on some old SCS sketch and color challenges; the sketch turned out much better than I thought it would (though it's still a bit overcomplicated for my taste) and I love the colors together. Again, I used the Autumn Traditions DSP though even in that there's not a print that features Elegant Eggplant as the dominant color. That Riding Hood Red print and the acorn print are two sides of a single sheet of paper.
That's it for today, hope you enjoyed this Friday Flashback!
Supplies, last card only:
Stamps: Falling Leaves, Express Yourself
Ink: Riding Hood Red, Elegant Eggplant, Soft Suede
Paper: Soft Suede, Elegant Eggplant, Very Vanilla, Autumn Traditions DSP (retired)
Accessories: Corner rounder punch, Elegant Eggplant brad (I'm using up some old brads instead of using the new Candy Dots)
Stamps: Falling Leaves