Thursday, October 29, 2009

Fall Fabric Card

Ah, the crispness of fall. Do you see all the texture in clothing that is out there this fall? I wanted to make a textural card using fabric today.

I was inspired by the plum color challenge over at Moxie Fab World...this is quite a cool plum (perfect for fall!)


No...I have not been able to put my creatopia away yet...and yes, the fabric adhesive cartridge is wonderful!
The only paper on this card is the card base, image and ribbon tag.
I took inspiration from my quilting and cut 5x1.5" strips of the grey and patterned fabric. I was able to run the felt base and my strips through my creatopia and place them on like a quilt block. I sewed the edges (just for decoration) and added one of "My Favorite Things" a coffee image!

Here are all my card deets:
Stamps:
Hot Stuff (My Favorite Things)
Paper:
White Neenah
Ink:
Rich Cocoa Memento (Tsukineko)
Accessories:
Fabric
Brown Felt
Copic Markers
Tag Trio Die (Spellbinders)
Ribbon (Offray)
Button (PTI)
Creatopia Fabric Adhesive (Xyron)
Prismacolor Pencils
Sewing


See you tomorrow for Taylor's Sketch Challenge!

13 comments:

Diana said...

OMG, I need this card to mop up the drool I've left all over my desk looking at this card.

Linda Bandow said...

Holy catfish! This is a real knockout.....what a beutiful card....and how nice you can combine two things you love. TFS

Jen said...

All I can say is Wow!!!!!

Mary J said...

Hello Sherrie - fab job, love it tons!!

Julia Aston said...

Love all the textures on this card!

Debbie Olson said...

So beautiful, Sherrie! I love the textures, the curves, and the colors--magical!

Kim said...

This is STUNNING Sherrie!!

Laura Davis said...

What a beautiful card!
Laura

Winter said...

Too cute! I love it! :)

Cath said...

Hey Sherrie! Thanks for entering the Moxie Fab World Plum Crazy!challenge! :)

Cheryl Nelson said...

gorgeous!! love the brown with the plum and the crazy quilt feel to this! perfect!

Sue Lelli said...

Love the quilted look and all the stitching! GREAT card!

Softangelkisses said...

Too cute! It reminds me of a Vera Bradley pattern :o)