Autumn Blessings

Hello all,

I am continuing with my fall cards. I made this card using Hello Autumn from Catherine Pooler. Who doesn’t love colorful leaves?! It is a very easy layering stamp set. There are letters and numbers showing where to start and the next stamp to use. I enjoyed trying different color combinations, but the one I used today was my favorite.  I also used the sentiment from Autumn Blessings.

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5107B4DB-5733-4388-BA27-BDB75E8E6917I started by stamping the base layer in Limoncello.  I randomly stamped the Oak Leaf all over the card.  I then stamped the next layer in Sauna.  These two colors combined make a light burnt orange. The third layer was Mandarin spice.  If you wanted a brighter layer, Orange twist works well.  The final layer was Icing On The Cake.  There were a lot of leaves to stamp, it probably took almost an hour to get them all stamped. I then stamped the acorn from Autumn Blessings using Icing On The Cake.

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I then stamped the sentiment Blessing on vellum using Versamark Ink and Carnelian embossing powder from Recollections.  I took the word Autumn from Autumn Blessings and stamped it with Versamark Ink.  I used Brutus Monroe Penny embossing powder to finish it off.

I grabbed Elmer’s Glue spray adhesive and sprayed the entire vellum piece on the back.  It dries clear and is great adhesion!  I added an extra pumpkin I had colored from Autumn Blessing set as well. I trimmed off the edges on the card panel.

I took a white card panel and smeared the edges with Mandarin Spice. I glued my panel onto the Mandarin Spice panel and added everything to an A2 card base.  This finished my card.

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I hope you enjoyed today’s card share.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

patty

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