Layered Fall Foxy Card

Hello hello everyone… Today, I have a Fall Foxy card to share with you all. I made it using a fun layered cardmaking technique.

This layered card technique is one of the fun cardmaking techniques to create layers on the card with patterned papers and solid papers. You also can create the background patterns with stamping. You can also twist the papers around for different designs.

On my card, I used one of the pretty papers from the Fall Harvest Collection Variety pack. I cut the paper with 3 sizes of the Rectangle Framelits Die. I cut out brown solid cardstock to make mats that are 1/2 inch larger than the patterned papers. I stacked them together with the permanent adhesive runner.

Next, I stamped the fox image from the Foxy Greetings Stamp Set with a light color permanent archival ink pad on white cardstock. And then, I colored it with alcohol markers. I tried the no-line coloring technique with this fox image and was pretty happy with the result. After that, I cut it with the fox die from the matching Foxy Greetings Die.

I stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set with the black ink pad and then cut it with one of the banners dies from the Slim Mini Wavy Layers Die.

I added both the fox and the sentiment banner on the card with the permanent adhesive runner. And I added some gems on it for extra embellishments.

The September Artzy Challenge theme is Animals. You can play along with creating any projects using animals or critters on them. Link it up with the challenge for a chance to win the prize!!!

I hope my card gives you an idea to play along with this challenge. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today. Have a fabulous day!

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2 thoughts on “Layered Fall Foxy Card

  1. Beautiful way to use the pattern paper and solid card stock to create a wonderful way to show that cute fox! I love all the leaves on the pattern paper.