Thursday, 3 September 2020

"Beautiful Autumn" Happy Day Card

Hi Friends! I am truly smitten with the "Beautiful Autumn" bundle and "Gilded Autumn Specialty Designer Series Paper"! Last week I sent out some cards that I made using these and I was so pleased with how they turned out! The colour coordination for these cards is a match made in heaven - Mint Macaron, Cajun Craze, Early Espresso, Very Vanilla and Crumb Cake....

It's amazing how the little leaves and acorns from the "Beautiful Autumn" stamp set stood out with some gold embossing! And the pattern of the DSP did most of the work to the card, as far as the design and colours go. i finally used my new Rectangle Postage punch for the first time too - it's awesome! These cards were so much fun to make!

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Here's another card that I made using the "Beautiful Autumn" stamp set, which is from our "Gilded Autumn Suite":

You can see all the details, including a video demonstration (with video) click here

Trust me, friends, if you haven't yet gotten any of the products from this new suite, you really should - you will just LOVE creating cards and projects with it!


  • All online orders will receive a hand-stamped card in the mail (as long as I have your mailing address) and 12 stamping tutorials will be emailed to you as a token of my appreciation for your order! Please note: these tutorials are emailed out approx. the 15th of each month.
  • At the end of each month, everyone who ordered with me has their name put in a draw for a free stamp set of their choice! Winner is chosen via Your name is entered for every order placed during the month (ie: two orders= two entries

 Simply enter this month's special host code prior to submitting your order through my website:


If your order is $200 or more DO NOT enter the host code so that you will also receive your stamping rewards -  I will still send you the PDF tutorials.

Enjoy the day & HAPPY STAMPING!

1 comment:

  1. These cards are beautiful. Rich in colour and perfect for fall. Love the gold embossing down the side.