This fall card was inspired from a Pinterest find; I really liked the non-traditional colours. The colours used include Rococo Rose, Blackberry Bliss & Seaside Spray. I added a few leaves using the Plaid Tidings Designer Series Paper (153527). The leaves were die cut using the “returning fave” Gathered Leaves dies (150662). I added a subtle bling by using champagne foil sheets (144748). I used a small die from the Nature’s Thoughts set (153586). The leaves were adhered to an embossed Whisper White piece of cardstock using the Tasteful Texture embossing folder (EF) (152718). Then, I adhered them to a piece of Blackberry Bliss cardstock. I popped the Blackberry Bliss with dimensionals & added a simple sentiment.
Plaid Tidings Designer Series Paper (DSP) makes it super easy to create fun & simple cards.
For this birthday card, I used the Stitched Leaves Dies (153567) to die cut the leaf. The ribbon is made from ribbon leftover from a Paper Pumpkin kit. I added a couple in colour enamel dots for a little extra bling (152480). The envelope was dressed up using the in colour DSP (153070).
This year for Christmas cards, I am making 2 different cards; 60 of one & 30 of another. I have them prepped & ready for the assembly line. I have them packed up & ready to assemble while at the rink for our sons hockey practice.
Enjoyed a lovely morning making the Paper Pumpkin treat holders. I had to wait to fill them with special treats from Canada! COVID is making it difficult to get my “funny foods”…. Luckily, I had a friend who traveled up there & was able to bring back some treats for me to share.
Stampin’ Up! may have retired the coffin treat boxes but they will have to pry them out of my dead hands 😉
I had fun dressing up the coffins using the Plaid Tidings DSP, Have a Hoot stamp/die bundle, black glitter paper, magic in this night DSP, retired wicked dies & playful alphabet dies. For the spiders, I added a little dimension to them using the iridescent pearls. Both the Plaid Tidings & Magic in the Night DSP are on sale now until 10/31.
If you are local, I dropped a few of these off at the Pine Lake QFC Mail Post.