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Creating a Card Full of My Favorite Fall Things

For the Color My Heart Color Dare Blog

Coffee, colorful leaves, & sweater weather. All things I love about fall.🍂 This week, at the Color My Heart Dare blog, we are asking you to join another challenge using the Hawthorn color palette. You can chose any row, column, diagonal, or a combination of colors in your creation.

I chose to use Sangria, Charcoal, Saffron and Toffee on my Fall Favorites card today. Many of the products I used are retiring at the end of this month – I especially LOVE these Layered Leaves Thin Cuts.

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I have also gotten quite a bit of use out of the Perk Up set. This coffee lover can’t resist a good set of coffee loving stamps.I just went to town on this card using up all of my Hawthorn scraps. After creating the background with the Build a Plaid set, I began adding layer after layer until I felt the card was complete. I even threw in a few Vellum die-cuts for fun.

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I hope that this card has inspired you to join the Color My Heart Color Dare challenge. If you have a few minutes, stop by and check out the other current challenges.
I can’t wait to see what you create!

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12 thoughts on “Creating a Card Full of My Favorite Fall Things”

  1. I have been resisting those thin cut leaves but they look really really great… you’re enticing me into wanting my own set. I love all the layers you’ve got going into this card. Such a work of heART ❤

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  2. This is awesome! So many layers and the vellum plus the leaf dies are a perfect backdrop for the cup of coffee. Haven’t pulled out the Build a Plaid set yet – may just be time to do that!

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