I designed my card in Silhouette Studio as I mostly seem to do nowadays. I created a square 5.5×5.5 inches and filled it with one of the beautiful papers from the Pumpkin Delight collection by We Are 3. I then sized the digi so that it fitted into the middle of the doily, but moved it onto another mat in the software as I wanted to cut it out seperately so that I could layer it. I printed the paper square onto white cardstock and the pumpkin digis onto Daler-Rowney Drawing paper.
I colored the digi with my Prismacolor colored pencils, using the Kit and Clowder Fall Harvest bonus class to help me with the pumpkins. Once completed, I returned to the Silhouette to cut my colored image out and then ran a black marker around the cut edge. I cut the shape a second time from black cardstock. I have newly found that mounting an image onto black cardstock rather than white gives a much cleaner looking edge.
Fred She Said Pumpkins & Sunflowers digi
We Are 3 Pumpkin Delight digital paper
Daler-Rowney Drawing paper
Recollections Black cardstock
Recollections 110lb heavyweight cardstock
Scraps of Vellum and brown cardstock from my stash
Aleene’s Original Tacky Glue
1/8 inch Scor-Tape
Silhouette Cameo die cutting machine
Epson Expression ET-2650 Ecotank Printer
Wagner Heat Gun
Recollections Snow detail embossing powder
Stampabilities Everyday Expressions
Quickutz Marissa font alphabet dies
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