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First up I am using the new Apple Wreath, which coordinates with the Seasonal Wreath Die. The Apple Wreath is a set of 5 stamps for $7.95. I love all the wreath stamp sets and I love how the same die cuts out all the different wreaths. All the wreaths are illustrated by Nancy McKinney and the series was originally was concepted by Jami Sibley.
My wreath is colored with Copics and stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. I used the Pickett Fence Border Die, ribbon, Doodle Bug Twine in Bettle Black, and attached an apple tag I created with a stamp included in the set.
I added one the sentiments included in the stamp set. My papers are from October Afternoon Sidewalks.
On the inside I left room to write a note and stamped and colored three little apples.
For my next card I used the Sky's the Limit stamp set and coordinating die. This stamp set is part of the Embracing Grace Line by Emily Burger. Sky's the Limit coordinates with Taylored Dies and comes in a set of 9 rubber images and 3 dies.
I used the October Afternoon Sidewalks for this card too. I hand cut my hill, added Doodlebug Twine in Ladybug and stamped a sentiment from the set.
First I stamped my red balloon and cut it out with the coordinating die. I stamped the smaller directed onto my patterned paper and paper pieced the balloon. I colored the sun and used a circle punch to cut it out and adhered it to my card with a dimensional dot. And lastly I added Viva Pearl Pen in red. I LOVE these pens. I want to get them in every color!
On the inside I added another hill and air balloon!
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