I grew up in Fargo, North Dakota, and spent most of my life in the Midwest. Fall always brought the changing colors of the trees and leaves, offering gorgeous views. Since moving to Arizona more than two years ago, fall looks a little different. We still see a few color variations, but not as brilliant as I’m used to.
Even though I don’t experience a “traditional” fall, I still love to create cards and projects commemorating the season that follows summer. For this card, I used Stampin’ Up!’s Picture This Dies in conjunction with the Banner Year Stamp Set.
Picture This Dies Fall Card
This set of two dies offers a unique way to use our rubber stamps. I’ve had so much fun filling the spaces with a variety of images and sentiments. See this post for a variety of other card using the die set.
For me, the Banner Year Stamp Set works perfectly. I can showcase the smaller images, and it covers Halloween, fall, winter, and Christmas.
In addition, I also used the Timber Embossing Folder and a variety of ink pads to create this fun, fall card. Look for a list of supplies at the end of this post.
Also, be sure to watch the video below to see how this card came together.
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