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Fall Card

Over the last month or so I made these Fall colored cards.  I have left most of them untitled so when I need to used one I will figure it out then.  So these are in my stash.  Plus adding a sentiment/title to my cards is the hardest part. I need more options of images to use.  Sometimes I will stamp the sentiment on the card and other times I want to put it on a cute tag or label.  That is when I get stuck trying to figure it out.  GHEEZ!

Maybe if my husband is reading this post, he will get me a Spellbinder machine for Christmas so I can make my own variety of tags, labels and etc. Hint Hint!

On most of the cards, I used My Mind's Eye patterned paper, Prima flowers/leaves, Maya Road trimming ribbon.  On the last one, I used Teresa Collins paper and Prima butterfly. So pretty! Enjoy!






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  1. Wow all your cards are beautiful.
    Hubby get her her machine :) Just thought I would help you along, teehee

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  2. Kelly, these are incredible cards. I love the way you layered the zigzag punched border. I have that punch and never thought to use it that way. These are all so beautiful. You do lovely work.

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  3. Great cards! Love all the Prima!

    Melissa
    http://www.burstsofcreativity.blogspot.com/

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  4. Absolutely lovely. You do BEAUTIFUL work,I can hardly imagine what you will do when you get your new tool. (by the way...I have the WIZARD and the Cuttlebug. My wizard now sits in the basement and I LOVE LOVE LOVE the ease of the Cuttlebug and it is a lot more quiet too. Just my opinion --You can quite often get the Cuttlebug at Hobby Lobby or Michaels Craft stores for 40-50% off.

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  5. Hubby did read K. Simone's post and is getting the hint about the Spellbinder. Great work on the cards Honey.

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  6. very nicely done. thanks for sharing... cards are great love whatyou did with the flowers. i was goingto do the same thing for my moms thanksgiving and christmas cards...

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  7. These are gorgeous cards! Love your elegant style.

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