Fall Tidings? That’s a thing, right? Well, it is now. LOL! 🙂
Today, I’m popping in with a few more cards from the September Release (and others!) of Technique Tuesday! All the new goodies can be found HERE!
My first card features this month’s cutie owl, Framed Owl! Awwwww! ❤ I also used the sentiment from Sassy Birthday! Perfectly funny! 🙂
I colored this cutie with Copic Markers and cut him out using the Clipboard die.
Next up, is this perfectly seasonal sentiment paired up with these layered leaves from the Fall Favorites set. These leaves stamp in such a cool fashion and I love the look in the end! It’s pretty subtle is these photos, but in person, it is lovely. Imagine the possibilities of layers with these!
I also added in some sweet acorns from the Fall Accents dies. When I made this card, we were actually experiencing sweater weather and I loved it! Suddenly, we are back into the low 90’s. Phew!
Another sweet and simple card using the Fall Accent dies is this one below:
This card is pretty simple and straight forward, but it would be easy to create a bunch of these for that very reason. This sentiment is from the Echinacea Stamp set. (All the finches are currently eating our dried up Echinacea flowers in the yard. ❤ )
And last, but not least, is this tidy little holiday number:
This pinecone (Pinecone Builder) ROCKS and I need to use it more! It comes with a solid cone to create a background for your delicate die cut. I used both delicate cuts here however. I die cut the pinecone, as well as dry embossed it, to create some texture on the background
If you eliminated the “letterpress” background, this card would be fairly simple to create by the dozen! Of course, I love this handwritten sentiment paired with the typeface of “wishes”. This is from the Spirit of December stamp set. This sentiment set is crazy versatile, because you can mix up the sentiments as needed… and you don’t have to cut them. (the horror! LOL!) 😉 🙂
Be sure to hop over and check out the new stuff from Technique Tuesday HERE! Lots of trouble to be had! 🙂
Thanks for stopping by!!
Take care- Jill 🙂