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#308 9.22.23

I started by stamping and die cutting these great images from the Stampin’ Up! Rustic Crate.  This was a must have for me when the set came out.  I colored the flowers and produce with my alcohol markers and stamped the crate. aysi 308 1

I added some plaid dsp on white and then die cut to provide the background for my crate image.  I also cut down a piece of corresponding dsp and backed it with black before layering everything on the card.  My final step was the sentiment which was a perfect fit over the crate. aysi 308 2

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Supplies:  CS: SU! white, black, regals and plaid tidings 6X6.  Stamps:  SU! rustic crate.  PTI inside greetings fall.  Dies:  PTI linen.  MFT mini stitched scallop squares.  SU! rustic crate.  Inks:  SU! cinnamon cider.  SU! blends – cinnamon cider, old olive, pumpkin pie, light lolly, and mango melody.


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Heather Heroldt

Love this, Jane, so orange and cheery, lol. Such a great image, I can feel you tipping me over into getting this one, lol. And love that plaid! My favorite from that pack, lol.

Jan Clothier

What a perfect picture of autumn! This is just a perfect interpretation of the sketch, Jane. Just gorgeous!

Heather Cooper

This is so iconically autumn, from the orange polka-dot paper to the sunflowers, pumpkins and corn, to the plaid background! It's perfectly balanced and well-designed.

Deborah Wheeler

Love this Jane - such a fantastic autumnal design!!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl

Your little rustic crate is so perfect for harvest and autumn Jane - and I love the oranges and yellows, they make the whole card so sunny and cheerful! A lovely seasonal card.

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