Every fall I love to send my grandchildren gift baskets and I always include a special handmade fall card made just for them.
My first card I made for my oldest grandson Atticus. I thought the little boy resembled Atticus so much.
To make this card I used a vintage stamp set from a retired company called "Crafty Secrets". I managed to buy a lot of their stamp sets before the company went out of business knowing how hard these vintage images are to find.
I created a scene by stamping grass on to plain white card stock. The boy, the pumpkins, and the wagon are all popped up on dimensionals. I stamped them, colored them in, then cut them out. The sentiment, frog, and leaves are stamped directly on the card stock.
My next card went to my youngest grandson, Elisha. For this one, I just glued a fall print onto brown card stock and adhered it to a white card base. I cut a scalloped circle of brown card stock and a coordinating fall print using circle dies and a Cuttlebug machine. The turkey was made with a stamp from the Dollar Bin at a fabric and craft store.
I cut a piece of tan solid card stock and stamped the sentiment onto that and glued it to the card.
I added google eyes to the turkey because I thought Elisha would get a kick out of that, then I added some fall leaves for embellishment.
My final card was made for my granddaughter, Alethea. This image was found on the Internet and I simply printed it onto white card stock and colored it in. You can find so many cute images on the Internet for free, that one really doesn't need to purchase stamps anymore.
Because this card was made for a girl, I used brown sparkle card stock as a border. The sentiment was from another stamp set. I stamped that onto separate card stock, used a corner edger to get creative corners, then glued it to a piece of sparkly gold card stock.
I hope you enjoyed my fall cards!
Have A Great Day! Amy
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