Is it Fall yet?

PSX leaves with an Northwoods sentiment.

Dollar bin sentiment from M's recent find. 

PSX leaves with Northwoods sentiment

SU doily heat embossed and cut out, the sentiment is also heat embossed on the vellum and that is attached to the doily panel with lots of mini brads. funny true story. mini brads must have die lot numbers hiding on the packages somewhere... ( rolling eyes here... those are all same brand same size gold brads... ) and there is two different colors. 

Colored some pumpkins saturday afternoon and sunday am. ( still sick ) but these went together pretty quick as they are on the simple side. 

an Serendipity Pumpkin Janice gifted me with. colored with copic's and the base has some moss distress ink on the sanded background the sentiment is also SU. this ones A-6 in real life. 

Pumpkin trio is an old dollar bin stamp and the pumpkins in the wheelbarrow are from Lockhart. 

DOTS pupkin row from before they were ctmh... colored with copic's the sentiment is from SU. this is probably not a true "scrapling" because, I dont know that size's measurements. this is the scrap that comes off an A-4 sheet when you cut it down to become an A-6 card... folded at the 5 1/2" center. so, it "fits" inside those Impress skinny envelopes. 

The skinny envelope was originally white. its been stained with old paper distress ink, then color dusted with some antique linen distress ink. then over stamped with ( second generation ) of the moss distress on the sanded background. ( both sides) tried to stay away from the lickable glue line. haha

funny thing, I had no idea this was a real stamp but, its something Alice says a lot so last time I was in M's all the stamps were half off and this was one they carried. colored the word blessing with an distress marker but, it faded into the design. 

so, took a gold gel pen and out lined the word blessing and it helped a little. this ones A-6 in real life. 

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