This month I am Celebrating the first day of Autumn with a Very Vanilla Note Card! This is my Cards In The Mail edition for September and is being mailed out this morning to 13 loyal customers.
I used the stamp set on page 35 of the Holiday Catalog called, “Wishing You Well”. What a great set! You can use it for much more beyond the Holiday Season. Take a look at that sheer ribbon stamp. It looks REAL!
In today’s card, too, I used two different punches for the leaves. Quick and easy! The Sprig punch is new from the Holiday Catalog, and the Leaf punch is available through the Annual Catalog. You know me and punches: I love the quick and easy 3D element that adds texture to my Card Corsage. Links provided below will take you to my Stampin’ Up! website for a quick purchase!
The burlap ribbon, braided linen trim, and galvanized buttons are from two suites that work VERY well together, Country Lane and Festive Farmhouse. I created these Note Cards for my monthly customers who will receive cards every month along with a mini newsletter will all the instructions and dimensions for creating more for their #mailitmonday !
Shop with me and earn monthly rewards! My Reward Program earns a free product each month with a qualifying order of $75 in product (before shipping and tax). Plus, you will receive a handmade thank you card in the mail right away. For the following two months, you will receive my EXCLUSIVE Cards In The Mail program free of charge! My Cards In The Mail Program is all about teaching you how to make that month’s card with a mini newsletter giving measurements and step-by-step instructions.
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Just a brief explanation of the Blog being under construction recently … The blog had been hosted by a company that wasn’t protecting me from hackers and all of my blog posts were a mess. I changed hosting companies and all should be clear to go and grow again. I can post with confidence and show you what I’ve been making, but not posting!
Are you celebrating the first day of Autumn with me?