Thanksgiving Cards - Ombre Trees #1

Thanksgiving Ombre Card #1 | Tracy Marie Lewis |

I can't believe how fast the time flies! I have a few last Thanksgiving cards to share. I made these while visiting my mom. We enjoy crafting and catching up on life. They live far enough out of the way that I visit for a couple of nights at a time.  One night doesn't give us enough dedicated time because of the commute. 

I recently purchased the Winter Woods stamps and dies. I sure to love the naked trees! Here they are with an ombre effect that was achieved by using the Stamparatus. I started with the lightest ink, and placed the ink lightest at the tops of the trees and darkest on the trunks. I then added some gold ink. The result was marvelous. 

I added thin accents of gold glimmer on each side. The sentiment is from A Wish For Everything and the embossing folder is Tin Tile with gold ink lightly sponged along the edges. The limited edition gold ribbon and glitter dots finish the card.

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Love this card and the color of the trees and the bow. Great combination of fall colors...


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