Hello readers and happy Monday! Welcome back from what turned out to be the most beautiful of weekend's here in Massachusetts! The weather could not have been more perfect, which worked out great because we hosted a BBQ at our house on Saturday night. The mildly chilly mornings and evenings are starting to give me all the fall feels and that is a perfect segway to today's card featuring a fall farmer's market scene using a combo of stamps from Avery Elle and Lawn Fawn.
The base of this A2 sized card is made from Neenah Solar White cardstock. The background paper is a sheet of paper from the Lawn Fawn Watercolor Wishes paper pack. I did not watercolor that myself! I stamped the market stand in Early Espresso ink on woodgrain paper and used the coordinating die to cut the stand out. I stamped the word "Harvest" and "Farmer's Market" also in Early Espresso ink. I stamped all of the other images from each of the two stamps sets (seen further below) in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored all of the images with Spectrum Noir Alcohol Ink markers. I added highlights to each image using a Uniball Sigma White Gel Pen. I adhered the images to the card with 3M foam adhesive for added height and just strategically placed all the images to create the desired scene.
Here are the two stamp sets I used to create today's card:
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