A Few More Autumn Designs…

As I recently mentioned, I created a BUNCH of panels when creating my Autumn Triangle Gatefold card, and here is another one of the cards I made with them.

On this sample, I used only the stitched hexagon from the “Triangle Gatefold” die set from Creek Bank Creations, the framed leaf die by Mosaic Moments, the “Fall Leaves” embossing folder by Darice, and a greeting from the”Wild Blossoms” stamp set with Charcoal Brown ink both from Gina K Designs.

Here are a few more…

(Poppystamps Maple Leaf Side Strips and Stencil die #2236; CC Designs “Just Fore You” stamp set (retured?); Gina K Designs Honey Mustard card stock swiped with Honey Mustard ink; Recollections Nostalgia paper pack)


(unbranded Happy Birthday die; Papertrey Ink Rustic Cream, Stampin’ Up Mint Macaron, and Gina K Designs Tranquil Teal card stock)


(unbranded Happy Birthday die; Stampin’ Up “Stripes” embossing folder (retired); Recollections Nostalgia paper pack)


To create the handmade patterned paper on all of these cards, I use a gel plate, a brayer, Walnut Stain, Vintage Photo, and Wild Honey Distress Oxide inks, spritzes of water, the Stampendous! Decor Cling Leaves Rubber Stamp – DCR101, and the French Script background stamp from Stampin’ Up (retired?). 

Thanks for checking out my card projects!

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10 thoughts on “A Few More Autumn Designs…

  1. These are great cards and have so much visual interest in them. I really like the hexagon with the square die cut added to it. The backgrounds are wonderful and you’ve inspired me to try to create a few of my own if I can find time this week.


  2. Beautiful grouping of fall cards; your backgrounds are amazing as is the color palette with subdued colors instead of the reds/oranges. Lovely cards.


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