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Such an elegant fall card with lots of layers showcasing the beautiful Harvest Meadow Designer Series Paper and setting off the black-eyed Susan. Are they not the iconic fall flower?


Full list of supplies needed, listed below. A die cutting machine is needed for this card.
Card Base: Crumb Cake Cardstock 5 1/2″ h x 8 1/2″ w folded to 5 1/2″ h x 4 1/4″ w
Background Matte: Early Espresso Cardstock 5 1/8″ h x 3 1/8″ w
Background: Harvest Meadow Designer Series Paper 5 1/4″ h x 3″ w
Zig Zag Layer: Early Espresso Cardstock 4 7/8″ h x 1 7/8″ w
Calypso Coral Layer: Harvest Meadow Designer Series Paper 4 3/4″ w x 1 1/2″ w
Sentiment Layer: Basic White Cardstock scrap
Flowers: Basic White Cardstock scrap
Inside Layer: Basic White Cardstock 5 1/4″ h x 4″ w

Let’s Create

  1. Affix all stamps to Acrylic Blocks.
  2. Fold the Card Base in half using a Bone Folder to sharpen the crease.
  3. Using Early Espresso ink pad, stamp the flowers on Basic White Cardstock scrap. Color with Stampin’ Blends and Die cut.
  4. Die cut the long edge of the 5 ⅛” x 3” Early Espresso using the zig zag border die.
  5. Die cut the Early Espresso sprig in the center of the Early Espresso 4 ½” x 2” cardstock.
  6. Stamp the Sentiment using Early Espresso Ink onto Basic White cardstock and die cut using the small frame die.
  7. Adhere the DSP panels to their coordinating Early Espresso pieces, covering the hole you made from the die cut sprig.
  8. Attach the matted DSP layers.
  9. Use Mini Glue Dots and Multipurpose Glue to attach the Early Espresso die cut stems and then the Stamped and colored flowers to the card front.
  10. Adhere the Sentiment towards the lower part of the card over the stems using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  11. Sprinkle on the Brushed Metallic Gold Dots.
  12. Stamp and decorate the inside and attach with Stampin’ Seal.
  13. Decorate your envelope.
  14. Lovely! Who will you send it to?

Shopping List

Stamper’s Toolkit

You will also need adhesive, acrylic blocks, scissors and other basic PaperCrafting items from the Stamper’s Toolkit