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Hey there! Today I have a fall card I created just because I wanted to play some more with my fall designer papers and stamps! I used the Gather Together stamps, Gathered Leaves Dies, and Gilded Autumn Specialty Designer Paper to create this gate-fold card:


I stamped the Gather Together greeting with Early Espresso on a scrap of Very Vanilla before I punched with the Label Me Fancy Punch. After cutting out the gold foil leaf with a Gathered Leaves Die, I added it behind the greeting with a glue dot.


I stamped the pumpkins with Terracotta Tile ink on a scrap of Terracotta Tile, then cut with the coordinating Gathered Leaves Die. I added Clear Wink of Stella for shine and punched the oak leaf directly from a Gilded Autumn Specialty print with on of the Autumn Punch Pack punches.


I added a single Gilded Gem for the perfect finishing touch!


Inside I used more Gather Together images and some Crumb Cake sponging to match the sponged label on the front.



Terracotta Tile card base (gate fold): 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored and folded at 2 1/8" and 6 3/8"

Gilded Autumn Specialty layers: 1 7/8" x 5 1/4"

Very Vanilla greeting: 2" x 3"       inside layer:  4" x 5 1/4"

Gold Foil & Terracotta Tile for leaf and pumpkins: scraps

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October 16-20


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