Oct 18, 2014

Stamptangle Pumpkins

Happy Saturday! Hope you are having a fun Autumn day! It's a cloudy day here, and I wish it was a little warmer outside. But it almost the end of October, so I have no choice but to get used to it...

I have an Autumn themed card to share with you today, using stamps from Just For Fun Rubberstamps. Those stamptangle pumpkins were perfect for creating a Thanksgiving card. JFF offers them in 3 sizes, I used the small and medium sized ones for my card. 


The pumpkins were stamped using black archival ink, and then inked up using several colors of distress inks and an ink applicator. They were both fussy cut. Before adhering them to my card, I stamped the dried flower stalk onto the background. Simply added some designer papers on the side, along with the sentiment and some twine. To finish it off, I rounded the corners on the bottom part of the card.

Product list:
Distress inks (mustard seed, spiced marmalade, peeled paint, fired brick)
SU designer paper scraps, twine

Playing along here:
Sister Act Card Challenge -  No. 79 - Anything Goes
Crafting Musketeers - Autumn Colours  Peachy Keen Stamps Let's Face it Fridays -- Inspiration Image + Thankful Theme 
 

6 comments:

  1. Love this Ellie the colours are so vibrant, hope your weather warms up a bit x Susan x

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  2. Beautiful card..thanks for joining us at Sister Act Card Challenge..Sue DT x

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  3. gorgeous card ellie! i LOVE how you've coloured the pumpkins.

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  4. Gorgeous xx Thank you for joining us over at http://craftingmusketeers.blogspot.co.uk/
    Sandie (Crafting Muskateers DT)
    http://fairytaledaydream.blogspot.com/

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  5. Great card , I love it , thank you for joining us over at the Crafting Musketeers this month, Fran (DT) xxx

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