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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

ICS Blog Hop Fall For All

Hi!  I am back with the Inspire Create Share Blog Hop after a month off and I missed it!  This month our theme is Fall for All.


I took advantage of the cute stamp set in the September 2015 My Paper Pumpkin kit. It rocks both Halloween and Thanksgiving and Fall in general!



I used the following Stampin' Up! products for this card:

September My Paper Pumpkin Stamp Set
Acorny Thank You Stamp Set
Garden Green and Whisper White Cardstock
Large Oval Punch
Scallop Oval Punch
Acorn Builder Punch
Garden Green, Pumpkin Pie and Soft Suede Ink Pads
Thread Linen
Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for checking out my card and now it's time to see the beautiful project from  Diane at Stamp and Embellish!
http://stampandembellish.com/2015/10/ics-blog-hop-fall-for-all

Happy Hopping!

Terri,

13 comments:

  1. Very cute card! I love the Paper Pumpkin stamp set this month, and the acorn stamp set and punch too!

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  2. Awesome card! My Paper Pumpkin is still in the box! I think I'll pull it out now! :)

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  3. Cute fall card! I just love autumn colors!

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  4. Very sweet little pumpkins and leaves! So cute!

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  5. Welcome back gf! You really got me thinking its time to make some cards using this months pp box!

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  6. Cute. Love that u used the pumpkin stamps....such a cute set! Thanks for hopping with us this month....I appreciate you.

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  7. I enjoyed your take on the pp kit!

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  8. Very cute! I need to do my PP kit for September and this is a great alternate!

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  9. Fantastic project!! Great idea using the PP stamps.

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  10. Such a cute fall card. Love that you used the Paper Pumpkin stamps. And I especially love the row of little pumpkins on the bottom of the card. Nice job!

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  11. I love your pumpkin patch!!! Such a light, airy card! Very nice for fall!!!!

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  12. Such a cute card, love the pumpkins and the added acorn.

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