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Mon 21

A Bright Fall Card
by Lindsay Amrhein

Hello! 

I am so excited to be bringing you a project as a new member of the Memory Box team! My name is Lindsay, and I live in Northeast Ohio with my wonderful husband, John, and our two sons, Jonathan, and Dallas. I have been cardmaking and blogging since 2010, and can't image doing anything else with my free time. I have learned a lot of different techniques through the years, and great tools to create with, and my favorite is still the basic die cut machine. Memory Box dies are truly works of art, and can make any project shine! Today, I thought I would share a bright fall card with you using some of the fabulous fall dies!

Let's take a look at what you can make with just few dies, and some ink!

Lindsaycard

I started with a white cardstock panel, and die cut the Distressed Addington Collage out of both corners. I then took a white card base, and applied two shades of green, blending them well where they met. 

I adhered my panel over the inked card base with a liquid adhesive, and allowed it to dry while I started on the pumpkins. Taking orange and brown cardstock, I die cut the Stitched Pumpkins and the tiny stems. I applied a bit of orange ink to the sides of the pumpkins for a bit of dimension, and adhered the stems with glue. To finish it, I splattered a bit of watered down black ink onto the card front, let it dry, and adhered the pumpkins with foam and regular adhesive.

Thank you for joining me today! I hope you were inspired to try a fall themed card with just dies, and ink! See you soon!

  Lindsaysignature

 

Comments

I love the Addington Collage dies...your card is beautiful.

Welcome, Lindsay. Nice card.

That is gorgeous. Love the colours and the addington collage is so cool. Hugz

I LOVE your card. The colors and design are great. Your work is very inspiring! TFS.

pretty background for these pumpkins!

Love the coloring behind the die cutting and the pumpkins are fabulous!!!

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