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Hi friends!  I'm back sharing this fun fall card using inspiration from the September mood board.  I used several techniques to create this textured fall card.  My rust color is more of an orange, but I'm happy with the way this card turned out!


To start, I used a white piece of card stock and ran it though an embossing folder (a very old folder by lifestyle crafts).  Next, I die cut images from the critter huggers winter add on set using various colors of cardstock.  I used the leave from stitched pumpkin frames and outside in stitched pumpkin dies.  Gold foil cardstock used for a few elements.  Next, I added some distress ink to the edges of the die cut pieces for additional interest.  

Gold embossing powder used to heat emboss the scarves after stamping with the lush vines background stamp.  Versamark pen used to color in the heart images on the coffee cups and I heat embossed them in gold.


Next, I glued the elements to the white embossed background and cut the edges with my paper trimmer.  The sentiment is from jump for joy stamp set, which I white heat embossed and adhered with foam tape.

The cardfront was then foam mounted to an A2 piece of canned pumpkin cardstock.  The entire panel was adhered to an A2 white card base and that completes the card! 


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