Au­tumn Kisses

CardMaker - - Gratitude & Thanks - De­sign by Suzanne Can­non for Quiet f i re De­sign

MA­TE­RI­ALS

Card­stock: dark or­ange, white Qui­et­fire De­sign Give Thanks stamp set Ink pads: Imagine Ver­saMagic (pump­kin spice); Ranger Dis­tress (peeled paint, wild honey, rusty hinge, fired brick) El­iz­a­beth Craft De­signs Leaf Snowflake sten­cil (#S024) El­iz­a­beth Craft De­signs dies: 4 Sea­sons (#1199), Send­ing Hugs Kisses (#1304), Su­san’s Gar­den Wood­land Leaves (#1092) Die-cut­ting ma­chine Ranger ink blend­ing tool My Sweet Pe­tu­nia MISTI stamp-po­si­tion­ing tool Scor­ing board Removable tape Scrap­book Ad­he­sives by 3L®: ad­he­sive dots, ad­he­sive foam tape

1. Cut a 12 x 51/2-inch piece of rust card­stock. With long side hor­i­zon­tal, score at 4 and 8 inches. Moun­tain-fold 4-inch score line; val­ley­fold 8-inch score line to cre­ate a 4 x 51/2-inch Z-fold card.

2. Cut three 35/8 x 51/8-inch rect­an­gles from white card­stock.

3. Die-cut “Au­tumn,” “Kisses” and two leaves from white card­stock.

4. Use ink blend­ing tool to ap­ply Dis­tress inks onto die-cut words and leaves.

5. Place three white pan­els side by side; use removable tape to se­cure sten­cil so it spans all three pan­els. Sponge and blend Dis­tress inks onto sten­cil. Care­fully re­move sten­cil from pan­els.

6. Stamp sen­ti­ment onto cen­ter panel with pump­kin spice ink.

7. Use ad­he­sive dots to ad­here die-cut words to other two pan­els.

8. Use foam tape to ad­here die-cut leaves to pan­els.

9. Ad­here as­sem­bled pan­els to card base with foam tape as shown.

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