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Monday, October 29, 2012

I Could Fall For You!!!

I am so excited to be here sharing  another project  at The Rubber Cafe Design Team Blog today...
 I love the stamps and products I have to share today,hope you enjoy my project.

                                                                   Leaf Set 1 Rubber Stamp Set for The Rubber CafeLeaf Set 1
                    Indian Corn Rubber Stamp from The Rubber CafeIndian Corn
Aren't these the perfect stamps for paper piecing??? I know I had so much fun making this wreath.

Before stamping  the leaves and Indian Corn many times on watercolor paper...I used Gelatos in several colors all over the paper and used a water brush to swirl and spread.
Then all I had to do was stamp and fussy cut them out.
 Can you see the glitter that was sprinkled in various areas...I actually sprinkled over the areas where I glued the leaves with

I like to put almost all my glitters in salt and pepper shakers that make them pretty to put out to view and also easier to use for me.

 May I also add that this grapevine wreath is approximately 7'inches in diameter. The funky and fun ribbon is from Really Reasonable Ribbon.

Thank you so much for allowing me to be a guest this month...I have enjoyed all the products I chose and I know I will be using them again and again.


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12 comments:

  1. wow! now this i like... alot! love those leaf stamps!

    yeah... i'm always howling at something... including the moon - LOL.

    hugs :)

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  2. Very pretty! Perfect for Thanksgiving and/or fall!

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  3. Wowwwwwwwwwwwwww!! this is GORGEOUS!!!!! I loveeeeeeeeeee those leaves!!!!

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  4. Great wreath! Love all the details! I have some blog candy come on over and enter! Carri~Abusybee

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  5. Very cool idea, awesome project, so pretty I love it.

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  6. You are so clever! Very cute! How do you like the Gelatos. I need to get a few but I am not sure what colors to start with..

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  7. This wreath is stunning, Dawn! I can't believe you fussy cut all those leaves. They look real and so amazing!

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  8. So pretty Dawn! Love the shimmery fall foliage! Thanks for the tutorial! Great job!

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  9. Shut the front door! Cannot believe you fussy cut all of those leaves! You are amazing, dear Dawn! What a beautiful project, my friend! Thanks for sharing :)

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  10. awesome wreath!! Very fall festive!

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