Gold and Bronze For Fall Cards

Gracillie Design

Hello everyone… I have been looking for some inspiration for Fall and I saw lots of gold and bronze color at craft store and Pinterest. I think these are my favorite Fall colors this year. And today, I have couple fall cards with gold and bronze colors.

I have couple fall cards with gold and bronze colors. More details on my blog https://helengullett.com/?p=15630  Thank you!

On both of my cards today I use the Fall themed digital stamp sets from Graciellie Design. And…on this first card I use the Obsessively Grateful Digital Stamp Set.

I use kraft cardstock as the card base. I added some of the VersaMagic Cloud White on the cardbase using sponge to muted the kraft color.

For the lattice background, I cut out a piece DCVW Bronze Metallic cardstock with ODBD Lattice Background Die, after that I run it through my die cutting machine one more time with rubber mat to emboss it.

I printed one of the leaves on a mixed media paper with inkjet printer. Next, I dried the printed image with craft heater and then I colored it with Arteza Real Brush Pens and waterbrush. I blended several colors of red, orange, magenta, and dark green to get the dry leaf color. After the watercoloring process, I dried the leaf and fussy cut it with scissors.

This step is how I created the leaf look like dry leaf and bit curly. I put the leaf on couple stacked of paper towel. I sprayed the leaf with water using the distress sprayer, and then dabbed of the water after couple seconds. I dried it again with craft heater. I let the leaf get curly with the drying process. And then, I sprayed it again with the mixture of Gold Pearl Powder and water using mini mister. I covered the leaf with the gold spray and dried it with craft heater again. So… I get the sparkly dry look leaf.

For the sentiment, I printed it on a white cardstock, cut it into a banner and I tucked it on the leaf, and secured it with adhesive glue.

I added both leaf and sentiment on the card with dries-clear adhesive glue. I only glue the middle of the leaf and leave the edge curl up for extra dimension.

I have couple fall cards with gold and bronze colors. More details on my blog:  https://helengullett.com/?p=15630  Thank you!

On my second card, I use the Harvest Blessing digital stamp set. This is her newly released stamp set this month.

I printed the flowers on a white paper with laser printer. Next, I added the Deco Foil Gold Sheet on top of the printed paper, gold side up. And then I put both paper and gold sheet in the middle of parchment paper and run them through my laminating machine. I pre-heated the machine about 10-15 minutes. After the paper came out of the other side, I let it cool down and then peeled off the gold sheet off… and ta-da! I got a gold-foiled flower background!

I cut out another piece of the DCVW Bronze Metallic cardstock with the largest die from ODBD Pierced Rectangles Dies. And then I cut out the gold-foiled paper with the smaller die from the same set. I added them on the card with some of the dries-clear adhesive glue.

For the sentiment, I printed it on a white cardstock and cut it with one of the ODBD Large Banner Dies. I wrapped some of the natural burlap twine on top of the banner, and added the sentiment banner on the card with the dries-clear adhesive glue.

I hope you all enjoy these two CAS, gold and bronze Fall themed cards today. What is your favorite Fall theme colors this year?

Thank you so much for stopping by today. Hope you all have a fabulous day!


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