Pink & Main – Let’s Get Stuffed!

Hey friends! I’m over on the Pink & Main blog today with a fun Thanksgiving card to share with you featuring the October stamp of the month. Don’t worry, if you haven’t signed up yet, you can still purchase the stamps and die set in the shop!

I started my card today by stamping and coloring images from Turkey Time. Then I cut them out with the coordinating dies. For the background, I cut a piece of kraft cardstock to A2 size and ran it through my die cutter with the woodgrain embossing folder. Then I used an ergonomic blending brush and brown ink to enhance the grain texture.

I adhered it to a white card base and cut a piece of black cardstock with a stitched arch die. I taped the arch to the sunshine layers stencil and inked it up with some white pigment ink. I went over the rest of the panel with the ink left on my brush to soften the lines. I stamped and heat embossed two sentiments from the set at the top of the arch and popped it on the card front with foam tape.

Next, I adhered two of the turkeys with EZ Squeeze liquid adhesive and popped the last one up, plus the pumpkins, with foam squares. I finished things off with some glossy accents on parts like turkey beaks, pumpkin stems and the buckle on the hat.

Now that Halloween is over, I always get another burst of energy for fall crafting and this card was just the start of it! Wouldn’t these cuties be fabulous on place cards for all of your Thanksgiving guests?!? I have an idea up my sleeve!

Products used today:
Turkey Time stamps and dies
Stitched Arch dies
Woodgrain embossing folder
Sunshine Layers stencil
Ergonomic Blending Brushes
EZ Squeeze liquid adhesive
3D foam tape and squares

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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