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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Let's Celebrate Fall!

Happy Hump Day!

Got the kids all back to school & ready to relax a little bit?  How about making a fall card to celebrate?

I used an old stamp from Plum Purdy for this card.  The stamp is an oldie, but a goodie!  One of my all-time favorite stamps.  I love the whimsical "folk artsy" style of her stamps.

You can't see it, but I also added some "Wink of Stella" to the image for a little glittery touch.
The dies I used are Spellbinders Adorning Squares and Sue Wilson Faux Quilled Leaves from the Dies R Us Store.

Hop on over to Dies R Us to check out what they have going on & to join in the fun over there! You will be amazed at the number of companies they carry.  And it's not just dies anymore either!  You can also get some of your favorite embossing folders & stamps there now as well!

Be sure to take advantage of the Dies R Us Inspirational Blog and all the ideas our terrific design team posts Monday through Friday too!   Hopefully, one of those ideas will help you win a gift certificate on the twice monthly Dies R US Challenge Blog!



  1. There's my favorite leaves again, not to mention such a great image and so beautifully colored! I checked it out very closely so I could really enjoy it. I love how you dotted up the sunflowers. Really gives them that little extra "something". Beautiful piece of fall designer paper, too. Now I'm going to go say "hello" to your Christmas card, and when I'm done I know I'll want to go to my stamp room because you do inspire me so much with these darling fun images. It's another beautiful day, though, and there's so much to do outside...

  2. Gorgeous Sherri! Beautiful coloring, die designing, everything! love it!

  3. hi Sherri, this is so beautiful, your colours, image and layout are fabulous...
    pam x

  4. This is gorgeous! I love the coloring and of course, that leaf die. Beautiful!+

  5. What a FABULOUS Fall creation Sherri! Love your design and I can see I'll be adding that leaf die to my wishlist! Great job (as always!).