September 17, 2016

A Wash of Fall Color

Good Morning and Happy Saturday! Wow, Fall is definitely in the air here. There is a crispness that is unmistakably Fall and it makes me want to fire up the apple scented candles and change over to my Fall decorations and d├ęcor elements throughout the house...actually, I think I just may do that today!
Anyway, I want to share this cute Fall inspired card with you today. It uses the new Paisley's and Posies stamp set by Stampin' Up!. I love this set and it lends itself to the White Crayon Resist technique I talked about of course, I did it and here are the results:
So, what do you think? I love this color combo for Fall. The Cajun Craze is so warm and inviting and I just love the warm green of Always Artichoke mixed with the warm yellow/orange of Curshed Curry and most of all, I love the sentiment as it reflects how I feel. I truly am thankful, grateful and blessed beyond measure especially for all of you who take time from your busy day to stop by to see what I am creating or doing. I appreciate each and everyone of you. So, thank you!
I do want to remind you, that if you live local, I would love to have you come stamp with me, Saturday, October 1st to celebrate World Card Making Day. We will have lots of fun. We're going to stamp 15 Christmas cards, 3 each of 5 designs and we will play a few rounds of Bingo with great prizes and there will be food and snacks and lots of fun.
There is also a new selection of items on sale for 25% off so be sure to stop by my online store. Just use the shop now at the top of your screen.
I need to rush off and pull out those Fall decorations, so, I wish you all a very blessed day and Happy Stamping!
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