Tuesday, October 13, 2020

SHOPPING OUR STASH #431 - Happy Fall Y'all!


Happy Tuesday to you and welcome!

It's time for a new challenge at 


I'm your hostess this fortnight. The cooler temps and turning of the

leaves have inspired this challenge. We are looking for your

Autumn themed/Autumn holiday projects!

Be it Thanksgiving, Halloween, a fall birthday or thank you card, we want

to see it! Here's what I came up with:

Here's the inside:

Admittedly, this is a new stamp set, but just look at that

adorable fox image! The papers that I used are at least 6 years old, 

and of course the oval dies are probably one of the first ones I bought.

I hope that you find some time to join us in our Fall themed

challenge at Shopping Our Stash!

We'd love to see how you interpret it. For more ideas, simply visit

the blogs of my teammies to see what fantastic creations

they've made. Thanks for visiting!


I'd like to enter this at TGIF #285




Stamps: PhotoPlay - Mad 4 Plaid Fall

Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black, Rich Cocoa; Ranger DI - Antique Linen

DP: American Crafts - Night Fall

CS: Thunderbolt; Spectrum Noir; Bazzill

Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; GC; SB - Std Lg & Sm Oval Nesties; Sunny Studio - Slimline Basic Borders; MISTI

Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares; Ranger - multi matte medium 


  1. What an adorable fox and beautifully coloured, awesome use of the sketch, it is very interesting. Great background paper and fab. card.

  2. love love love that sweet fox and you've colored him (or her?!) so beautifully! ♥

  3. The fox image is adorable but I am in love with the papers! Nice project!

  4. Beautiful paper and perfect background for that fox - gorgeous card!

  5. Love that sweet fox. What a gorgeous card - makes me want to rush to the craft room and CASE it, Jo x

  6. Yep that wee fox is totes adorbs!
    Love it ♥ ♥


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