Bleaching Technique Meets Falling for Leaves

Here’s another card using Falling for Leaves. The bleaching technique has been around awhile, but I wanted to showcase that again! I made a video of how to do this!

Hope you enjoy!


Falling for Leaves Card

Here’s another card from my “Falling for Leaves” class – that stamp set and framelits is a CLASSIC! It’s so fun to create with this bundle!

I received a swap from Kay Capps, who used this swiping technique on her swap card (totally different card and colors) and she walked me through how to get this effect. THANKS KAY!

To get the color on to the leaves, I (again) used my Spectrum Ink Pad. I literally swiped the ink pad across Whisper White cardstock. Be sure you have enough re inker on the pads or you will miss some areas. You can even go over the cardstock again a couple times to fill in some missing gaps. Then I die cut the leaf after swiping. Isn’t that a cool effect! Give it a try!

Plaid Falling for Leaves Card

Plaid is on trend now, everywhere you look! You can easily make your own plaid using our Buffalo Check background stamp, a ruler and Stampin’ Blends! I love this because you can create whatever color combo you like!

Just stamp the Buffalo Check background stamp on to Very Vanilla cardstock, then add lines in you favorite colors using Stampin’ Blends! It’s as easy as that!

If you were in my Falling for Leaves class, this was another card we made! This would be perfect for this fall season, even into Thanksgiving!

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