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Inking Autumn Inky Friends Blog Hop -- Painted Harvest

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Welcome to the Inking Autumn Inky Friends Blog Hop.  We are a group of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators who have gathered to introduce you to the Fall-themed products from the Holiday Catalog.  To see the line up of Stampin' Up! artists participating in the hop, click here.  If you are traveling forward through the hop, you've arrived from Sara's blog where she featured projects using the Wonderful Life stamp set.  If you are traveling backwards through the hop, you just saw some great projects made by Twila using the Gourd Goodness stamp set.  It really doesn't matter which way you travel through the blog hop, though; all the blogs are linked in a circle and eventually you'll visit all the stops by clicking on the NEXT or PREVIOUS buttons contained in every blog post.  I hope you enjoy your travels!

Fall is a very short season in East Central Florida.  We typically have a few cooler days in mid-November and December and call those Fall because we aren't in the 90's (or more) during the day and the nights are in the 60's.  Trust me when I tell you that we've been looking forward to those days for MONTHS!!  In most areas of the US, folks know that Fall is coming because you need a light sweater and/or the leaves are turning color on their trees.  In my yard the way I know it's Fall is that the leaves have fallen off my plumeria and my azaleas are blooming.  

Having grown up here, I need to depend upon my travels and photos for the colors and feeling of Fall.  Keeping that in mind, I have two projects to share with you.

PaintedHarvest_GatherTogether

Supplies I used to make this project -- 

Stamps:  Painted Harvest, Touches of Texture; Inks:  Cajun Craze, Crumb Cake, Crushed Curry, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, Soft Sky; Cardstock:  Thick Very Vanilla, Very Vanilla; Designer Series Paper:  Painted Autumn; Embellishments:  Burlap ribbon, Jute Twine; Adhesives:  Fast Fuse, Mini Glue Dots; Tools:  Stampin' Trimmer, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Stampin' Pierce Mat, Leaf punch

PaintedHarvest_IAmThankfulForYou

Supplies I used to make this project -- 

Stamps:  Painted Harvest; Inks:  Chocolate Chip, Crushed Curry, Daffodil Delight, Old Olive, Pear Pizzazz; Cardstock:  Thick Very Vanilla, Very Vanilla; Embellishments:  Old Olive Mini Chevron ribbon; Adhesives:  Fast Fuse, Mini Glue Dots; Tools:  Stampin' Trimmer, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Stampin' Pierce Mat

I'll be back soon with the details for making these projects, so please return for another visit.  

To visit the next stop on the hop, click the NEXT button to visit with Twila and projects made with the Gourd Goodness stamp set or the PREVIOUS button to visit with Sara for projects made using the Wonderful Life stamp set.

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Tanya Boser

Wow Mickey! These are gorgeous! The clusters of elements, and the use of white space, all of it creates a well balanced and beautiful set of cards :)

Yapha

Gorgeous cards, Mickey! I love the colors you used. So perfect for fall!

Sharleen Luciano

Wow, wow, wow! Your cards are beautiful. So glad I have this set. Perfect for Fall. TFS

Sarah WILLS

Mickey - WOWZERS - your cards are just GORGEOUS - I adore them - I have not played with this set yet and I am going to do just that this weekend - thank you for sharing :-)

Susan K

Beautiful! You've captured the fall colors perfectly!
Hope you're safe during Irma.

Sara J. Mattson-Blume

Well, for someone who doens't experience the fall I do up here in Wisconsin, you sure captured it with these cards. Beautiful.

Betty

Mickey you always amaze me with your gorgeous layers and perfect textures- just beautiful!

Rhonda Griffin

Such pretty projects! I love your details and designs!

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