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Happy Fall

>> Monday, October 21, 2013

Today I am on my way to Kiawah Island in South Carolina. We are meeting our kids there for the week. I am so excited to spend some extra time with the kids and grandkids. Plus Kiawah Island is such a relaxing place. My two favorite activities there are walking along the beach and biking around the island! I can feel myself relaxing just thinking about it!

This week DRS Designs is the proud sponsor at 365 Cards. I created today's card using the Sunday sketch design at 365 Cards.

My card base is So Saffron CS that was stamped with our medium silhouette leaf stamp in VersaMark ink. The horizontal strip is also stamped in VersaMark with the same leaf stamp. The vertical strip was embossed with a Spellbinders leaf folder. The Autumn Wreath image was stamped with Memento Black ink on white CS, colored with Copics, fussy cut and then attached to the card base. The sentiment is part of the Happy Fall Ya'll greeting. It was stamped in Memento Black on So Saffron CS, die cut, and sponged with Old Olive ink before attaching it to the card.

If you have time to play along in this week's challenges at 365 Cards, you could be the winner of a $10.00 gift voucher towards DRS Designs Stamps!

Thanks for stopping by today!



Sue said...

Wow! Awesome job cutting out that wreath! I love the lavender added to the fall colors!

Karin said...

Wow, what a fantastic fall wreath :) Love the stamped leaves in the background and the colors are gorgeous!

Janett said...

love that wreath great colors and wonderful background

Jennifer E. said...

Beautiful Fall card! Love the pop of blue in your wreath!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is just lovely, Shelia! The colors, the embossing and all the fussy cutting are wonderful. Terrific card!

Kecia said...

Gorgeous card. I'm loving the added texture from the leaf folder. It is perfect.

Samantha said...

This is just beautiful, Shelia! Your wreath is just terrific!

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