Paper Pieced Pumpkin – #tttc132

I’m back today sharing another favorite technique…paper piecing.  I’m always on the look out for dies that would work well with this technique.  I’ve recently discovered a new to me stamp company…Jaded Blossoms.  The die is called Fancy Pumpkins and works perfectly for this technique.  I’m playing along with the Tic Tac Toe Challenge here… I chose to follow the 3rd row down:  Embossing, Patterned Paper, Fall/Halloween Theme I used Early Espresso, Soft Suede, Mossy…

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Embossed Pretty Pumpkins

Stampin Up Pretty Pumpkins Thanksgiving Card Idea - Rosanne Mulhern

Today I’m sharing a card that includes one on of my favorite techniques: heat resist embossing.  I created this pretty pumpkin background by randomly stamping the pumpkin image from Stampin’ Up!’s Pretty Pumpkin stamp set with Versa Mark ink and heat embossing it with white embossing powder.  Then easily sponging Pumpkin Pie ink onto each pumpkin.  The stem was inked with Old Olive ink. I matted the stamped panel on a piece of gold foil…

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Classic Plaid Thanksgiving Card – #TTTC129

Power Poppy Fortunes of Fall Thanksgiving Card -Rosanne Mulhern

My card share today is a classic Thanksgiving card.  My inspiration was the Tic Tac Toe Challenge.  I chose the second row across:  Corn/Candy Corn, Orange, Plaid. The focal point is the wonderful Indian corn image from Power Poppy.  After stamping and heat embossing the image, I colored it using Copic markers.  The plaid patterned paper is from the Falling Leaves 6 x 6 mat stack by DCWV.  I purchased this at JoAnn’s Fabrics.  I’m…

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Paper Piecing with Pretty Pumpkins for CASEing Coast to Coast

Stampin Up Pretty Pumpkins Fall Friendship Card Idea-Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

Welcome back to another cross country stamping adventure with Karen Hallam in CA and myself here in PA.  Karen came up with our technique today: paper piecing. She also came up with a super fun card to go along with it.  Take a look… Karen’s senior couple certainly have a very stylish flair here!  You can check out all the details on Karen’s blog.  …and here’s my CASE (copy and selectively edit) of Karen’s card. I…

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