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Happy Fall Ya'll

Hello Crafty peeps!  I’m Jacquie and today is my first post as a member of the awesome Butterfly Reflections Ink Design Team!  I’m so honored, and excited to be here and I  can’t wait to share my creations with you every week!  A little about me - I’m married to my High School sweetheart, and we live in the Austin, Texas area with our 4 dogs.  I’ve been a paper crafter for 20 plus years and I love trying new things when it comes to card making. 

So, on to my card…today I’m sharing a card I made using a stamp set from a company that I have never used before.  I chose this adorable set from Kraftin' Kimmie stamps because it actually feels like fall here in Texas (well, it’s in the 80’s anyway).

I stamped the sweet little girl and basket of apples images on to some Copic friendly cardstock using the New Altenew Permanent Black Crisp Dye Ink.  I colored the images and cut them out. 
I then cut a card panel with a Lawn Fawn stitched rectangle die and then added a shaker window using a Die-namics Oval scalloped frame die.  I cut up some acetate for my shaker window and adhered it to the back.  I used Scotch Foam Mounting Tape  all the way around it and set it aside.  

I then cut two coordinating mats using the Lawn Fawn Knock On Wood 6x6 paper pad and positioned them together to make a card front.  I flipped over my shaker, added all my shaker bits and then put the mats on the back of the shaker.  I mounted that on to the A2 size card.  After that, I added my colored images from the Kraftin’ Kimmie stamp set.  I decided I needed a banner for my greeting, so I used Lawn Fawn Extra SentimentsBanner dies and stamped the Happy Fall Ya’ll Greeting on it.  

Well, that is it for today.  Thank you so much for stopping by - I'll be back in a few days! 



  1. This is a Great card! I love the fall colors and the shaker elements! VERY CUTE!

  2. Jacquie, Congats!!! Woo hoo! First posting girl! Your first card is adorable! Love your coloring!

  3. So cute. and you are right, it does feel like fall in Texas. when it is cool in the mornings you know it's time to start working on fall cards.

  4. So adorable, Jacquie. I love your detailed "how-to" instructions too. Looking forward to your weekly posts��

  5. Wow your colouring rocks!! What a fantastic derailed shaker. Beautiful!!

  6. I love your vivid colors, don't know how you get them so clear! Must be a combination of the right kind of paper and Copics. As always, looking forward to more of your creations!

  7. Love that little girl! Fabulous shaker card!


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