Witches For The Brown Sugar Challenge...
Retro Rubber Challenge #50...

Copper Trees...

Happy Monday! I have been in a fall (not foul! LOL!) mood lately. This year, I just can’t get into Halloween at all, just in making fall related cards. Anyway, I am jumping in today with another fallish card using the sketch at the Freshly Made Sketches challenge, natch!

I started by using some yummy fall papers that I die cut using stitched rectangles. Then I die cut a stitched circle and layered on my card.

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I added my sentiment and then die cut these luscious copper trees. I popped them up for a bit of dimension. I am loving this copper paper from Stampin’ Up! If you haven’t tried it, go get some! You will thank me for that bit of advice!

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That’s it for me today! Thanks for stopping by today! I will be back tomorrow with a new Retro Rubber Challenge.

Supplies: CS: SU! white, crumbcake, and copper foil paper. Lawn Fawn fall plaid. Dies: Penny Black two trees. MFT horizontal stitched stripes, and double stitched circles. PTI linen impression plate. Stamps: Clearly Besotted message me.


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Cindy Hall

This is so gorgeous, Jane! I love the simple homespun feel of the DSP and the elegant shine of those stunning copper trees. Really beautiful design. Thanks for sharing with us at Freshly Made Sketches!

Kim S

I'm definitely in a fall mood (but rarely in a foul mood because this is my favorite season!) LOVE your copper trees with the plaid. Perfect for the season. Thank you for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches.

linda callahan

Oh Jane those copper trees are fabulous! Love all the stitched edges too! Beautifully done! So glad you shared it at FMS!

LeAnne Pugliese

Beautiful creation, Jane! I think the copper sheets are limited, so you were lucky to get them...better hoard all those scraps! I love the plaid stitched rectangles...sigh, I guess I am going to have to get some of them too!

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