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An Autumn Card in Wisteria

Falling in Love with Non-Traditional Colors 

When we think of fall colors, we tend to lean towards the burnt orange, toffee, and deep olive tones, but I have this one friend who happens to love “all things purple”.  Thinking about her made me wonder, “What about fall in a shade of purple??”  We have this beautiful New Wisteria color that is being ignored this season, so I decided that it was time to start creating Autumn in Wisteria.

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So what do you think? Autumn in shades of Wisteria, Eggplant, Julip, and Evergreen with a touch of plaid.  That Mix-In paper reminds me of soft flannel and I felt it was the perfect addition to this card. Not your traditional fall array, but perfect for the Double Trouble Mad For Plaid challenge.

This week, Double Trouble is teaming up with Use Your Stuff, so I just hopped over there and added my creation to that blog, too. Hey, why not? People need to see that Purple is a great color for fall. 

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I hope you were inspired by today’s creation and that you take the time to stop by each of these challenge blogs this week. You will be inspired to create something new and, hopefully, join the challenges.

I can’t wait to see what you create!

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Hawthorn—Scrapbooking Stamp + Thin Cuts
Hawthorn Scrapbooking Stamp+Thin Cut
X9007Mix In Paper Packet 1385
12 x 12 White Daisy Cardstock
X603212 x 12 Wisteria Cardstock S1909: Random Act of Cardness, set of 17
Random Acts of Cardness SOTM

Wisteria Exclusive Inks™ Stamp Pad
Wisteria Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad

Julep  Exclusive Inks™ Stamp PadJulip Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad

Evergreen Exclusive Inks™ Stamp PadEvergreen Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad

Sage Exclusive Inks™ Stamp PadSage Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad

Eggplant Exclusive Inks™ Stamp PadEggplant Exclusive Inks Stamp Pad

Stitched Circles Embossing Folder
Stitched Circle Embossing Folder
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Silver Embellishing Thread

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Stitched Rectangle Frames

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Silver Glitter Gem
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Every Little Thing Vellum Die-Cuts
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Ice Grey Marker
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Liquid Glass Fine Tip Applicator
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Liquid Glass
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White Card & Envelope Value Pack
Z2486
Dull Green TriBlend Marker
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VersaMat

 

13 thoughts on “An Autumn Card in Wisteria”

  1. What a great non-traditional color fall card…so pretty with the Wisteria frame and love that you included that panel of plaid to join us at Double Trouble and our partnering with Use Your Stuff. I haven’t used this color yet; but you have inspired me to start using the new colors. Gorgeous card and really glad you hopped over to our challenge and would love you to follow us and share your beautiful cards at Double Trouble’s future fun challenges and other partners.

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  2. I LOOOOVE these colors! Bravo sister! killed it
    On Thu, Sep 19, 2019 at 3:22 PM Miss. Carrie`s CTMH Creations wrote:
    > Miss. Carrie’s Creations posted: “Falling in Love with Non-Traditional > Colors When we think of fall colors, we tend to lean towards the burnt > orange, toffee, and deep olive tones, but I have this one friend who > happens to love “all things purple”[image: ♥]. Thinking about her made > me wonder, “Wh” >

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  3. Such a lovely card. Those colors are gorgeous for an unexpected fall treat! Thanks for joining us over at the Double Trouble Challenge Blog!

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  4. Glorious Autumn card, Carrie! These colors are wonderful and so is your design and layout. Thank you for joining us at Double Trouble.

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