Autumn Wishes


This embossing folder/stamp set combo was at the top of my list after Convention this summer!

branches bundle

Run the Crumb Cake card stock and Woodland Texture Impressions Embossing folder through the big shot. Then gently use the sponge dauber to add some shading to the trees using Tip Top Taupe ink pad.

    big shot   folder     dauber  tip top

The “Autumn Wishes & tasty dishes” greeting was stamped in versamark, and heat embossed using the heat tool and gold embossing powder. It coordinates nicely with the 2″ circle punch. Wrap some linen thread around your card, and pop up the greeting with a few dimensionals.

gold heat tool versamarklinendimensional

This is one of the cards we’ll be creating at tomorrow night’s Card Class @ McAlister’s! The event is open to everyone–only $5 or FREE with a catalog order. I’d LOVE to stamp with you 🙂

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Have a Fabulous Day and Happy Stamping!!!


Looking for more…



Rich Foliage

gently falling leaves

The leaves are starting to change here in Mid-Missouri. This is my favorite time of year, hands down!

And one of my favorite stamps for the season is Gently Falling.

gently falling stamp

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Tips & Tricks: 

  1. Stamp your leaf in Early Espresso Ink onto Daffodil Delight Cardstock
  2. Using a Stampin’ Sponge, add Cajun Craze ink to add color and depth to your leaves
  3. Cut out the leaves with Stampin’ Snips (after you’ve sponged them with color).
  4. This makes the process much easier, and keeps your fingers a little less inky 🙂
  5. Cut of the stem? No worries! Simply hide it behind the button or another leaf.

gently falling leaves

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In keeping with the fall theme, here are a few pics from our trip to the Pumpkin Patch!

3 in maze corn maze 1 govs gardens mazeCollage pull the wagon seat

Have a Fabulous Weekend and Happy Stamping!!!!