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We are so excited to share our NEW "Autumn Wishes" Collection. These cards embody the colors of the season with vintage inspired prints.  I really enjoyed using Cosmo Cricket's "Circa 1934" line. Not only are the patterns bold and beautiful but all the papers where named after legendary Hollywood stars from the 1930's.  I used Ginger, Gable and Bette.  Plus, I love old classic movies so it was a win for me.
Our "Autumn Wishes" Collection was inspired by my "Be" layout I did earlier this Summer. So I wanted to make some cards with a similar feel. Aww... just Be Kelly. :)



So on these cards, I did some neat things.  I hand cut many of the flowers and that was fun. I even used my circle cutter on a few to try a big circle in the middle with the patterned paper showing through. They came out nice. I may try that idea again!

So here are a few of them. But to see the full collection, CLICK HERE .

Used red cs, Cosmo Cricket pp, Jolee's red flower, Recollection green leaves, Zva Creative black gems and Cosmo tag with black inked stamped sentiment.




If you would like one of these beauties, just stop over to http://www.kellyron.etsy.com/.  We would love for one of these cards to put a big smile on your loved ones' face!

Shop KSIMONE DESIGNS where are cards are the gift!


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  1. Oh Kelly, your autumn cards are gorgeous!!!

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  2. Hi, coming on over from our Twitter page @IJOREREInvites and you are very talented! Love your card designs. I manage social media for IJORERE - so glad to have a new friend!

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