Quietfire Design has more new stamps that are fabulous!!!! (And they are currently 20% off) I have used 2 stamps from the set How Beautifully Leaves Grow Old - the solid leaves and the quote.
The page had some spots of color that had bled through from the other side but I knew they should blend in just fine. However, since I was going to be spraying, I didn't want the color to bleed through and mess up the finished page, so I first brush some Golden fluid matte medium over the page and while that was still wet I sprayed on Dylusions colors - lemon zest, bubblegum pink, and I think some pure sunshine - and let this all dry. I placed TCW 12x12 stencil maple leaves over the page and sponged on some rusty hinge Distress Ink. I stamped the leaves down the right side with Archival Ink jet black. I stenciled the leaves hanging from the top (Dylusions 5x8 Leaf Flourish) with white embossing paste mixed with some sprays and some paint (I added a color and it wasn't quite right so added another, etc. until I had something I thought would work). After those leaves were dry I stamped the large leaves at the bottom. I got that stamp a long time ago and it's marked Fabricated Art Ellen Hammond. I inked the stamp with Archival Ink magenta hue and monarch orange, and a little potting soil on the edges. After each stamping, I wiped off the stamp and then re-inked. The quote it stamped with jet black. Since there's a little bit of texture on the back of the page I had pressed too hard on some of my other stamping and smeared it so when I stamped the quote I was trying to stamp well but not press too hard. There were a couple spots that didn't come out... I'm sure because of the texture on the back... so I used and XS Pitt Pen to touch up some of the words. Back to the stenciled leaves hanging from the top. I still wasn't completely happy with the color and decided to add Silks acrylic glaze in Jasmine over them. I just used my finger to add the color. After that was dry I used a white Sharpie paint marker and a Pitt pen to help those leaves pop.
I'm linking this to the new Sunday Sentiment link party.