I wanted a fall card featuring all the gorgeous fall leaves I’ve been seeing. I’d just received the Rectangular Postage Stamp Punch (It had been on backorder.) and I was eager to try a card with it. I fell asleep last night planning this card. I knew Festive Post has stamps for Halloween, Christmas, and Valentine’s Day. Surely it had something for Fall. Well, not really. But I didn’t have to use those stripes as the expected candy cane colors and “the season” could apply to the fall season as well as Christmas. I used my Evernote notebook to search my products for leaves and found I had several and most of those had coordinating dies. You probably have some too. If not, I’ve included the link for the Celebrate Sunflowers Bundle I used.
Click here for the free detailed directions and watch the video below.
Here are the supplies I used to make the cards.
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Hi Bev, love this card. I can’t seem to open the video link.
Have a blessed day.
Thank you so much for letting me know!!! I usually schedule my videos and posts a bit ahead of time. I used the wrong date for the video. Give me a minute to fix it and then it should work. Please let me know if you still can’t see it!
You always have a good technique with your eaves.
Thank you so much, Karen!