Monday, October 20, 2014

Fall In Love....

Whew!  OK, so where did the whole year go to. I mean, it's already October 20th. Halloween is just around the corner, then Thanksgiving, then Christmas and the start of a brand New Year. It seems like we were just complaining of the heat here in sunny Arizona, and already, the beautiful colors of Fall are showing their pretty faces.  At the grocery store, they have the most beautiful fall plants.  I just had to get one.  It's just gorgeous and is sitting outside in front of my house. I love this time of year...yes, I'm from Chicago originally, but you can still see the gorgeous colors of Fall, right here in Arizona too. Go up north a few miles, and the leaves are turning and falling gently to the ground.  Thank goodness our stores here in "the valley" show us those colors with their Fall flowers and plants.  Love it!

Today I'd like to share with you, some of the cards we made at our stamp camp this month.


 Both cards here were totally CASE'd from my online blog friend and fellow Stampin' Up! demonstrator, Cindy Hall.  Check out her blog here:   www.prettyimpact.com

Cindy is an amazing artist and I love her creativity.  I didn't do much to change these because, well, why change perfection?  I was lucky to actually meet Cindy at our 25th year Stampin' UP! Convention last year and hope someday to take a trip to Florida to see her again and spend some quality time. Check out her blog...you won't be disappointed!

The card below was also CASE'd from Mary Fish, here in Tucson, AZ.  Check out her blog too! www.stampinpretty.com

   She also does amazing work and although the card is almost the same, I used a different punch for the turkey feathers.
The following 2 cards are my own designs.
 I am in love with the Color Me Autumn designer paper this year!  I am going to stock up on this to keep forever!  Love the colors, and the prints are beautiful!

This is a simple, quick card using Lost Lagoon card stock, and the All Is Calm designer paper, another favorite! Bootiful Occasions stamp set (clear) and a little 2 way glue pen and Dazzling Diamonds finishes it off.

I hope you enjoyed my projects today.  I have finished working on our November class, and starting on December.  Stay tuned for more updates! Have a Blessed day and feel free to leave me your comments. I love to read them.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the kind words! CASEing is the highest form of compliment, and I love your little twists, especially the leaf in the corner of the Holiday Home card. But most of all, I LOVE your winter boot card! Great details and perfect pairing of DSP with it! Hugs, my friend!

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