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Thankful Car Critters

 Hi crafty friends! Today I am sharing a quick and simple fall card featuring Lawn Fawn Car Critters. These cute critters are coming home from visiting the pumpkin patch! They are so thankful that they were able to find the perfect pumpkin!

My favorite thing about this card is the license plate! I was so excited that the sentiment from Lawn Fawn's Booyah fit (with some clever masking).

The fall sunset sky and grass were cut from patterned papers I had in my stash, but you can get a similar watercolored look with Lawn Fawn Watercolor Wishes paper. Using patterned papers really helps with fast and easy cards!

Supplies used:
Lawn Fawn Coaster Critters (and dies) - for the fox
Lawn Fawn Costume Party (and dies) - for the pumpkin
Lawn Fawn Booyah - for the license plate word
Lawn Fawn Jump for Joy - for sentiment
MFT Modern Trees (and dies) -- You can get a similar look with Lawn Fawn Simple Stitched Tree Border dies or Sunny Studios Seasonal Trees

Thank you so much for stopping by! Happy crafting! 💖Jenn



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