Day of Gratitude

Creative Tips:

1. My favorite time of the year is fall. The landscape in Clemmons is absolutely beautiful this weekend. It served as the inspiration for my card today. The leaves were stamped in all the colors of fall, and attached in a circular pattern to form a wreath.

2. The Distressed Plate adds just the right background texture. The pattern captured the appearance of a tree trunk deep in the forest.

3. The finishing touch of the Cherry Cobbler Big Designer Button added to the woodsy atmosphere. Don’t you just want to run and play in a pile of leaves today?

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Card Recipe:
Stamps: Day of Gratitude (121148)
Paper: Cajun Craze (119684), More Mustard (100946), Early Expresso (119686), Old Olive (100702), Autumn Spice (120808)
Ink: Cajun Craze (119671), More Mustard (103162), Old Olive (102277), Riding Hood Red (111836)
Accessories: Linen Thread (104199), Victoria Crochet Trim (118481),  Texturz Plates #4 (114531), Big Shot (113439), 1 3/4″ Circle Punch (119850), Big Designer Buttons (121002), Cutter Kit (106958), Stamping Sponges (101610), Dimensionals (104430), Glue Dots (103683), Sticky Tape (104294)

Blessings,

Dacia Smith

 

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3 thoughts on “Day of Gratitude

  1. This card is gorgeous!!! What an awesome idea to make a wreath… I’m gonna have to CASE it. Thanks for the sample. 🙂

  2. This is just beautiful Dacia! I love fall and the glorious colors too. Can’t wait to make this card! Do you have the dimensions that you cut your pieces? Thanks so much (in advance) Have a wonderful Sunday 🙂

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