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Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Hello Stampin' Friends, it's the first Wednesday of the month and you know that mean's it's time for the Inspire, Create and Share Blog Hop!  This month our theme is Fall for All, we'll be giving you some great fall inspiration using products from the Annual and the Holiday Catalog!  My project showcases a cool technique called Eclipse!  If your attending the upcoming Homemade Holiday's class we'll be making a fun project using this technique!
Card Recipe:
Stamps: Paper Pumpkin Stamp
Ink:  Early Espresso
Cardstock:  Cajon Craze, Early Espresso, Very Vanilla and Painted Autumn DSP
Misc:  Large Letter Framelits, Leaf Punch, Bunch of Banners Framelits 

Have a great rest of the week please hop over to my friend Janey's blog and see what fallish inspiration she has to share!  (PS Kinda excited I get to meet Janey and many other's from this hop in person next month at a Stampin' Up! event)


                                                      AKA The Flying Stamper

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Unknown said...

I can't get enough of the Eclipse cards! Cute!

Tammy Dunlap said...

Love your Fall Card Deb!

Janey said...

Great ecplipse technique, love it!

Stampin with Darla in AZ said...

I have got to try this type of card! Some are so hard to read. Yours with that dsp is perfect! See you next Wednesday at the SLC airport!!

Terri said...

This is a gorgeous card Deb! I love the layout and the warmth of the Designer Series Paper.

Anonymous said...

This card is different. I do not how to make it. Might have to learn how! Different but I like it. ~Deb2

Nichole Loe said...

Nice card, Deb! Can't wait to see you next week!

Joni said...

Wow Deb I love that! Rustic & fall!!!nice!!!

Sara Levin said...

I love that you've mixed and matched designer paper for your eclipse card.

Stampin' Blondie - Anastasia Radloff said...

What a great project! I love how the DSP coordinates with each other but pops against each other! Perfect!

Audra Monk, The Crafty Yogi said...

Cute card. I like the contrast of the DSPs.

Megan T said...

I love the DSP letters being different from the background- it pops great!

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