This week is all about giving thanks so today I am showing you one final home decor project that you can create for your guests this Thanksgiving. If you haven’t noticed, eclipse cards are very popular right now, so I chose to take it a step farther and create a whimsical framed piece of art for my home using our Seasonal Trees stamp of the month.
Just like my Nativity Eclipse card, I created the lettering for this project on my Cricut™ in Design Space™. The finished project measures 5″ x 7″ so I cut my White Daisy cardstock at 4½” x 6½”.
After cutting out the image, I temporarily taped the letters in place and used Espresso, Saffron, Pomegranate, and Goldrush Exclusive Inks to stamp my images onto the White Daisy cardstock. Some of my leaves were created using the second-generation stamping technique which helped to add a larger variety of colors to my tree and leaves.
Once I was finished stamping, I backed my project with Espresso cardstock. By using a darker color backing I was able to create a “shadow” effect under the letters. This project was quick and easy to create and would make a wonderful gift for your Thanksgiving guests.
I also shared this project on this week’s Heart2Heart Thankful Heart blog challenge where we are challenged to share artwork with a “Thankful Heart” in mind.
I hope that you each have a wonderfully blessed Thanksgiving. I can’t wait to see what you create!
10 thoughts on “Giving Thanks Seasonal Trees Eclipse Frame”
This is just Gorgeous!!! And thanks for all your detailed tips on creating!
Thank you! You are so kind.
Carrie, this is a beautiful eclipse card. I love how you created the fallen leaves on the ground. Thank you for inspiring us at Heart 2 Heart Challenges!
Thank you, Sue. I had fun making this one.
So creative, I love it. Thanks for playing along with Heart 2 Heart Challenges (H2H).
DT member H2H
Thank you Brandi
This is beautiful with great purpose! Love the use of the eclipse technique!
Thank you for playing with us at Heart 2 Heart!
Love your eclipse card…beautiful. Thanks for sharing with us at Heart2Heart.
Thank you Suzanne