Sunday, August 25, 2013

SAF Scratch and Sniff




It IS possible to make our own scratch and sniff cards!

Using Pumpkin Pie Spice and clear embossing powder, I embossed 2 fussy cut pumpkins with the mixture. (Did I hear threre are die cuts coming for this set?)
Here's my card for this challenge.
Stamped the background with Autumn Hills, and used copics to color in a bit.
Tag Sale cut from corrugated card stock, and
yes! It smells like pumpkin pie!

9 comments:

  1. Great collage card. I like all these elements together.

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  2. Love the autumn hills background!!

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  3. Every single one of your cards is lovely, Nancy. I can't believe you made all of these in a mere two days. Would love to smell your pumpkins.

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  4. This is a beautifully done card. Like the mix of lace and tree pattern. Does these scratch-n-sniff cards lose scent if you scratch it a lot?

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  5. Gorgeous!!!!! can you hear me? The tag is my favorite part of the card its gorgeous! Love those scratch and sniff pumpkins...

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  6. The copic coloring is my favorite part. PERFECT colors. Reminds me of your kitchen in the fall and I miss home!!!

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  7. Love how you built the background with Autumn Hills. Great card!

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  8. what an amazing card. I'm blown away by the background and i cant wait to try it myself! the scratch and sniff is such a fun idea... thanks for the fun day!
    -Rachel w k
    rwkrafts.com

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  9. Uncle! Uncle! I can't comment on all these fabulous cards! You have been on fire Nancy. This card with its background of the "hills", is a winner. What a great idea. You certainly did not go with simplicity of thought and design, just so you could complete this amazing line up from the Stamp Affair. You need to be on 20 design teams to keep you out of trouble, and us in fabulous cards to peruse.

    I haven't been making (or looking) much in the last few months, and I think it's time to step up my game - at least I should be seeing all your creations. I'll need to come back during vacation time, and spend a day catching up in Nancyville! A day to look forward to. Yaaaa!

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