Good morning, Blogger peeps! I am sure fall is in the air for most of you. Even here in southern California we've had some fall weather! We are gearing up for Thanksgiving and the upcoming Christmas season. To celebrate the fall, I have a Graphic 45 project to show you.
I found a 6 1/8 x 6 1/8 square of chipboard in my stash and decided to make a wall hanging out of it. It's amazing what you can make with trash these days!
I inked all around the edges of the chipboard with chalk ink, and then covered the square with An ABC Primer papers (Building Blocks and Happy Go Lucky). I loved the little poem on the paper and thought it was perfect for a fall project.
I used a Crop-a-Dile to punch holes in the chipboard, then used some May Arts thick twine as a hanger.
To create all of the leaves, I die cut the shapes from Core'dinations Signature Series Graphic 45 cardstock using Spellbinders™ Foliage and Orchard Harvest Tags and Accents die templates.
Once I had cut all of the shapes, I sanded them to reveal the core of the paper. The distressed leaves give a vintage and dimensional look to the wall art.
If you love to decorate for the holidays, I hope you find some inspiration here, and at the Graphic 45 Blog!
Drop back later today to see my "500 Followers Thanksgiving Blog Candy" give-away! It's loaded with Graphic 45 product!
Graphic45 papers: An ABC Primer: Building Blocks, Happy Go Lucky
Core'dinations Signature Series Graphic45 Cardstock, Sand it Gadget
Clearsnap Colorbox Blackbird Chalk Ink
May Arts twine
Spellbinders™: Die templates S4-328 Foliage, S5-073 Orchard Harvest Tags and Accents
Office supply: Chipboard
Stampin' Up! Basic Black Cardstock
We R Memory Keepers: Crop-a-Dile
Scotch 3M: taper runner adhesive and foam tape
Glue Dots: adhesive dots