Stampin’ Up! Petals and Paisleys Speciality DSP Thinking of you

Autumn, Fall and Thanksgiving Cards are so much fun  to create.  I think it’s the colors that represent Fall and Thanksgiving to me.  I love the golds, yellows, oranges,  rusty reds and dulled greens of fading leaves.  This card is no exception!  Delightful Dijon, Very Vanilla and Petals and Paisleys create a beautiful, elegant Thinking of You Card!  Hope you agree.

The base of my card is Very Vanilla Card Stock layered with Delightful Dijon Card Stock.  The two panels are layered Very Vanilla with Petals and Paisleys Speciality Designers Series Paper.  Before adhereing the two panels to the front I added a horizontal ribbon in Delight Dijon, 3/8″ ribbon trio (Holiday catalog).  The panels were then adhered to front using SNAIL Adhesive.

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The sentiment is from the Wetlands Stamp Set stamped in Delightful Dijon Ink on Very Vanilla Card Stock.    It was then die cut using the Layering Oval Framelit Dies in a size to fit the sentiment.  Using the next size die the frame was cut in Delightful Dijon.  These layers were adhered together using SNAIL adhesive.  The finished sentiment piece was attached to the front of the card using Stampin’ Dimensionals.  The little tail sticking out on the upper left side of the oval was just a small piece of the Delightful Dijon 3/8″ ribbon and attaching a glue dot kind of tucked it under the edge and leaving the tails sticking out.

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The inside was finished by using Delightful Dijon Ink using the Paisleys and Posies Stamp Set in two corners on Very Vanilla Card Stock.  This layer was then adhered to the back inside.

Here are the products I used in this card:
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