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Happy Friday all!

Can you believe Thanksgiving is next week?  And then it’s Christmas!  Yikes!  Where did this year go?  Before Thanksgiving is in the rearview mirror, I have a few more Thanksgiving cards to show. 

I am playing along with the Reverse Confetti SFYTT for November.  I am also continuing my use of the same color for the layering.  I used the PTI herringbone impression plate to make the layer stand out from the base.  I love the texture that this impression plate gives to the card. 6

The frame was cut using two layers of old olive and two layers of mossy meadow.  If I were to redo this, I would have just cut two to three layers of one color.  I have layered more than one color before on other die cuts and you can usually see the layer of colors.  This really didn’t happen on this card – but that is OK. 7

I am taking the weekend off from posting.  I have several projects to get done so that I can free up my Thanksgiving week to prepare for my hosting duties.  Please come back Monday and see what I have made! 

Don’t forget to play along with the Retro Rubber color challenge this week.  Ironically the colors I chose for this project would have worked for the challenge!

Have a great weekend!  Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! very vanilla, old olive, mossy meadow, soft suede and color me autumn dsp.  Stamps:  Reverse Confetti give thanks.  Dies:  RC give thanks label.  PTI herringbone impression plate.  Other:  SU! soft suede ink, linen thread and button.


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