With Gratitude for Thanksgiving

Hello Stampers! Can you believe it is almost November? Here in the states we start the Fall/Winter holidays with Halloween, followed by Thanksgiving and on to Christmas. Time to get your card making in gear to be ready for all the fun holidays!

Today I have a “Gratitude” card to share with you. This will be just right for Thanksgiving or as a “thank you for being my friend” message. I like to have cards on hand for when I need to send someone a special message.

 

 

To create this card, you will need the Tin Tile embossing folder and Country Home stamp set. The card base is Crumb Cake layered with Soft Sage and Balmy Blue. I embossed the Balmy Blue card stock and then rubbed the card stock with Whisper White Craft Ink. It gave it the vintage look I wanted. The Milk Can is stamped on Copper Foil using Stazon Ink. I highlighted parts of the can with a Bronze Blend marker. You will fussy cut the milk can, but it is worth the effort!

Thanks for stopping by today.

Happy Stamping!

Ginny

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Mocha Latte for Global Design Project #159

Fall is my favorite season of the year. Summer in the south is HOT and fall brings a very welcome change in temperature. Today I am sharing a Fall card related to the Pumpkin Spice Latte trend.  My fall beverage is a Mocha Latte.  I wrapped my cozy mocha cups in a flannel plaid, added a crinkled belly band, and some glittery wheat stalks. Of course, I sprinkled cocoa on the whipped cream. So fun…this card just makes me smile.

Two Mocha Lattes to go, please.

GDP #159 Coffee Cafe Ginny Harrell Stampin' Up!GDP #159

Fall in Love is the Theme Challenge for Global Design Project #159. I thought this would do nicely for the challenge.

Mocha Latte Wheat Stalks

GDP #159 Coffee Cafe Ginny Harrell Stampin' Up!

 

Tips for creating the Mocha Latte Card:

  • The wheat stalks are the feather ends of the Chase Your Dream Framelits
  • The “warmth” sentiment is from a Christmas set – Hearts Come Home.
  • When using the new Corrugated Dynamic Embossing Folder add a layer of wax paper. It will keep your paper from tearing.

Thanks for stopping by today.  Happy Stamping!

Ginny

For your shopping convenience I have listed the supplies for these projects at the bottom of this post.

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Winter Woods for What’s New at SU!

Did you know there is a new Holiday Catalog coming out September 5th? I bet you have already seen some peeks of the amazing products. So many wonderful new stamps, paper, and embellishments.

Today the What’s New at SU Team is hoping along and sharing some of the new products with you. Make sure you click on the links at the bottom of the page to follow along on with the hop. It will make it hard to wait until September 5th to place your order!

I chose to showcase a Christmas set titled: Winter Woods. These trees are lovely and can be used in many ways. Nobody does trees like Stampin’ Up does.

My first card uses the Winter Woods large pine/fir tree die as well as the die cuts for the leafless trees.

I added a church from the Hometown Greeting Edgelits. A tip: Slide a little bit of card stock behind the doors and windows to make it look like the lights are turned on.

The second card highlights the stand of trees. I heat embossed them in white on Night of Navy card stock. The contrast of navy, white and silver is always one of my favorite combinations.

Lastly, I wanted to share a card that is not Christmas. I used the die cuts to create a sympathy card.

I used the new Embossing Mats turn the dies into embossing dies.  

Have you tried them yet? They really are cool and help you stretch your tools and supplies.

Thanks  for taking the time to stop by today. Hop on to Tricia and see the Spooky Fun she has to share.

 Ginny

                     

For your shopping convenience I have listed the supplies for these projects at the bottom of this post.

If you need any stamping supplies, I’d be very happy to be your Demonstrator. Just click on the Shop Now button to go directly to my online store or drop me an email: ginnyharrell@gmail.com if you have any questions.

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