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Copic Coloring Die Cuts

Hey folks!

I'm back today to share another quick card with you all! This card is so easy, it would be great to make several of them at one time. 

If you're interested in any of the products I've used, I have links (some affiliate links) throughout and at the end of the post. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.

The Simon Says Stamp Stitched Pumpkin Die is a wonderful Die Set to have in your stash. It definitely seasonal, but you can get oodles of use out of it between Halloween and Thanksgiving for sure! I gotta be honest, anything with stitches and I fan-girl a little...I loove stitched dies.


Starting with the Large Stitched Pumpkin Die, I die cut a Neenah White Cardstock Panel. Then, I die cut the Panel with the Medium Pumpkin, overlapping the Large Pumpkin on each side. Honestly folks, I didn't put a whole lot into coloring the Pumpkins. The idea was to get it done quickly. You can see my links below for the Copic's I used to color in the Pumpkins.

I used the Large Stitched Rectangle Die from the Bundle of Stitched Shapes by Simon Says Stamp to die cut the Panel. I use this Die a lot, because it adds such a great touch! Also, I use the same die to cut the Inside Panel. I LOVE how this adds some continuity to the card!


Using some Post-It Tape, I masked off a portion of the sentiment in the Apple of My Pie Stamp Set by Simon Says Stamp and heat embossed it with Versamark Ink and Simon Says Stamp Gold Embossing Powder. I masked off the "FOR ALL OF MY BLESSINGS!" portion of the stamp and stamped that on the inside of the card. 

To finish it off, I added some Clear Wink of Stella to the highlights on the Pumpkins and the Leaves and added a few Pretty Pink Posh Marshmallow Sequins

So, I used some Neenah Desert Storm Cardstock for my Card Base, but wouldn't those bold Orange Pumpkins have been fabulous on Kraft Cardstock instead of White? Yeah, I just thought of that....sheesh.


Don't forget, the Share Handmade Kindness Challenge this week is all about making and giving something to anyone who works in the community. Tomorrow will start a new challenge, but every day is a good day to show the folks that take care of us in our community that we appreciate them!


As many of you may know, when you purchase the Hero Arts Acts of Kindness Set and A Bit of Kindness Stamp, 25% of the proceeds go to the Kind Campaign to help end bullying. This is a cause after my own heart and I'm so happy to see all of the kindness and contribution going toward this cause!

That's it peeps! Easy Peasy.

I hope you've enjoyed my cards today. Stop by and see me on Instagram and Facebook! I would love to see you there!

Until next time!

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