My card is very much inspired by a similar card created by Jenny Peterson, an awesome Stampin' Up! demonstrator in Michigan, and I made it as my swap for my team meeting this month. If you're not familiar with swaps, it's a super fun activity we demonstrators love to do whereby we swap cards and other projects with each other. It's a fantastic way to get fresh ideas as well as samples. We swap each month at my monthly demonstrator team meeting on the first Tuesday of each month. Read more about that here, and feel free to join me as my guest--free entry with no obligation. Now that is a deal you don't want to miss:)
I love the versatility of Pick a Pumpkin rubberstamp set (in the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog) as you can go elegant with it--as I did here. Or you can go cute and make some of those pumpkins into jack-o-lanterns with the optional faces included in the rubberstamp set. Then you can buy the matching framelits in a bundle (which saves you 10%) so you can cut out the stamped pumpkins and even cut out some other cute pumpkins that need no stamping at all like the sorta open-frame one here in Early Espresso.
There are no words, or greetings/sentiments, in Pick a Pumpkin Bundle. I reached for the lovely Thankful, Grateful, Blessed sentiment in Paisleys & Poseys. It was a bit too large, overwhelming my little fall pumpkin arrangement, so I simply cut off the large word "blessed." It felt a little sacrilegious! LOL! But I felt that "thankful, grateful" was sufficient:)
There are lots of different Big Shot elements in my handmade card, but it comes together quickly. Because that's the way I roll!
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