Welcome to our October Paper Crafting Blog Hop with Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators from all over the world! Each demonstrator is creating Thinking of You cards..
You may have arrived here from Shirley’s blog. Below is a list of links to all of the participating bloggers.
My card features the Forever Fern stamp set (#159633)!
The card base is Very Vanilla with a layer of Early Espresso and another layer of Very Vanilla. On the top layer I stamped a wreath using one of the small leaf stamps in Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, and Cherry Cobbler. Cherry Cobbler splatters and an Early Espresso 1/4″ ribbon (#152472) complete the wreath. The sentiment from Go To Greetings (#158763) is stamped in Early Espresso and the end cut with the label punch (#1).
All bloggers in this month’s hop:
Sue Boerner < – – You are here!
I hope you found some inspiration for your fall paper crafting projects. Enjoy hopping through the blogs, looking at all of our projects!
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9 thoughts on “Paper Crafting Blog Hop – Thinking of You”
Well this is so pretty!! What a lovely card and gorgeous colours.
Love the wreathe with the Autumnal colours, very pretty
Wow – great minds think alike – I can’t believe how similar our cards are – love it!
Wreath cards are so lovely, and this one is divine, Sue. I love the colors and perfect stamping.
Gorgeous card. I love the colours in the wreath
Love everything about your design – the layout and colors are wonderful! I’d like to case it. Thanks for sharing!
Of course you may case it!!!
Great use of color!