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It’s Beginning to Look a lot like Autumn

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Hi, friends, it’s Chark here today and the leaves are turning here in Ohio and some are drifting to the ground. And, although that means raking, it’ll be quite some time before our trees are finished dropping those leaves. In the meantime, I’m thinking Thanksgiving, so I made a card to share with you today that’s all about fall.

IMG_8481 I used Peacock Feathers Distress Inks for the stamp, Carta Bella leaf paper and a watercolor (with Distress Inks) piece stamped with a tiny leaf from this Christmas Elf set. I love using stamps from one set for a whole different holiday…makes me feel like I’m getting my money’s worth!

laiHere’s a close-up. Can you see the faint leaves on the watercolor? I inked the stamp and then stamped off onto scrap paper so it was lighter when I stamped on the card. Subtle but festive.

IMG_8520I hope you’ll join in for the October All Things Fall challenge to try to win the $25 gift certificate. Break out your Hero Arts stamps and stencils and get to work! Link it up here by the end of the month to be entered.

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Happy Fall, Y’all!

chark

Happy Thanksgiving stamp

Elves by Lia stamp (click the contact the shop owner and request this one if it’s popular and out of stock)

Distress Inks (peacock feather, lemonade, broken china)

Carta Bella Fall Blessings paper

Twine by the Twinery

Gold Line stickers by Dazzles

Rust cardstock

Author: craftychark

Loves reading, crafting, writing and The Wizard of Oz.

One thought on “It’s Beginning to Look a lot like Autumn

  1. A lovely card indeed!! So clever to combine these stamps!!!

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