Hello Crafter's, I am trying to come to grips with It already being November and It seems like this month is flying by.
This Month Is not starting off very good. Our 18 year old cat is getting close to the end of her life and It Is so upsetting. She has been such a good cat. My daughter found her sitting in the snow all alone when she was about 8 weeks old. There was no houses around. So she couldn't just leave her there.
Never had to worry about getting a mouse in the house. She would find it before I even knew it was in the house. Also our furnace stopped working the other day. So will just have to wait and see what else will happen this month.
So on a happier note, I wanted to share a card that I made for my Daughter.
She Loves Fall and Loves Blues and Browns, so I wanted to make her card a card that I knew she would like.
When I was trying to figure out what kind of card to make her, I seen a video by May May made It. I Love watching her video's and she also has a facebook group called May May Made It and so did I. .
She made a pumpkin card from using a coloring page and cutting it into pieces.
For the Cardbase I used Chocolate Chip Card Stock
Very Vanilla for the Stem and embossed it with a woodgrain Embossing folder.
Cut the leaves from Gold Cardstock and scrunched them
Papers- 6x6 Paper Stack by Reflections
6x6 Paper Stack (Vintage Finds) Teresa Collins
Sponged around Pumpkin and paper pieces with Close to Cocoa Ink and added a sheer light yellow bow. I didn't add a sentiment to the front because my Daughter prefers It that way. So she can sit it up as a fall decoration.
Here Is a link to May Mays Blog
Pumpkin Template- http://goo.gl/GgHvwn
You can find the video how to make the card on youtube. Just put in Pumpkin Card Tutorial and it will come up under Maymay made it
Let me know If you make one, I would like to see It.
Thank for stopping by. Wishing you a beautiful Fall day!
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