FLLC Free for All Friday

Free for All Friday with Border 

Today you're going to see some fun creations from the Design Team with a couple of our still beautiful but older sets Ferns and Fiddles and Falling Leaves ...perfectly inspiring for the upcoming season of Autumn!

Here is my card
I don't even remember the last time when I used this set! I am so glad it was focused on today. It is such a fantastic set to create some nature and earthy cards and projects! Have you noticed I made my own designer paper? Remind of vintage wall papers, don't you think? ;) Including the background, I combined some nature elements and colors for the entire card.

Ferns & Fiddles
Classic White cardstock, Color Made Easy cardstock - Evergreen, Rich Browns, Sunflower, MME designer paper
Memento - Espresso Truffle, Pistachio, Cantaloupe
Copic Markers - Evergreen
burlap lace trim, rhinestones
Classic Keyhole die, decorative edger

Be sure to head on over and visit other FLLC Sr. designers and Flourishes Blog to find out our last Friday Forcus (I guarantee you will be so excited who she is!)

Thank you for stopping by. 
Have a wonderful weekend!



Rosy Newlun said...

Ohhhhhh Maki! The colors, design and texture.... I guess one cannot learn this, one has to be BORN with it. {sigh} I love visiting here to see what you make.

Heather Rogers said...

I am in love with this card, Maki. The stamped background and pretty trim just make this shine. :)

Marsha Reed said...

Your card is beautiful! I love that trim.

Mickie said...

This is out of this world gorgeous! Love the background and the fern looks so real!

Pattie J. said...

yes, Maki, I sure do think that the background paper looks like the vintage wall paper. In fact I remember many houses has green leaves with ecru or white wall paper yrs ago. the burlap added to the gorgeous leaf is perfect.

ChristineCreations said...

So rich and earthy Maki! I love the ribbon you paired - it's perfect and the main fern looks so beautiful!

Stacy Morgan said...

Beautiful Maki. Your background is wonderful and lots of fussy cutting on the leaves. Awesome card.

Dawn B. said...

Maki this is so pretty. What a great way to use this set. I have always struggled with it. Love this.


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