Here is a card that I completely forgot to post in the run up to Thanksgiving but decided to post it today because the Stamps and Punch that I used to make it are still available in the Holiday Favorites section of the online store and it’s just too cute of a card not to share with y’all!
It uses stamps from the set Harvest Hellos and the coordinating Apple Builder Punch – it’s simple and quick to make and you can easily knock up a batch in a very short time…
Want to make this card? You can find today’s FREE PROJECT SHEET by looking for the orange words at the end of this post!
I stamped the pumpkin using stamps from Harvest Hellos and then that big beautiful pumpkin is easy to cut out with the Apple Builder Punch – YES it coordinates perfectly to cut this shape out!
You can either adhere your pumpkin straight onto the card front or for a quick and easy WOW simply pop some adhesive Dimensionals onto the back of it and adhere – those Dimensionals elevate it from the card base!
Sarah’s tip – using Dimensionals is the quickest and easiest way to step up a card and they are cheap – you get 300 of them in a pack for just $4!
Looking for a quick & easy Fall themed treat idea? Then I have one for you that takes no time at all to put together!
It is a treat bag that is folded to create two pouches – into the front pouch you can pop a treat such as a Starbucks Via Instant Latte packet and the back one holds a slide out card that you can write a note on…
Want to make some too? You can find today’s FREE PROJECT SHEET by looking for the orange words at the end of this post!
Here are all of the components together – I love that I could color match the pumpkins on the Via Instant packet with the Stampin Up color Terracotta Tile!
This is the base of this treat holder – a food safe Copper Dotted Treat Bag – that you simply fold in half and using strong adhesive tape, stick together – then you decorate – easy & fast! Click HERE to find them in the store…
To decorate I simply wrapped around a piece of Crumb Cake cardstock that I textured using the Subtle Embossing Folder – I then stamped & punched out my pumpkin and tag and adhered them in place.
The pumpkin is stamped using Early Espresso Ink onto Terracotta Tile cardstock and I then used the fabulous Apple Builder Punch to cut it out – don’t you just love how the shape that punch makes can be an apple or a pumpkin?
That pumpkin is SO EASY to create using Stamps from the set Harvest Hellos and the Apple Builder Punch – Click HERE to find them!