It’s Fall!

I ordered some mulberry flowers online recently from Wild Orchid Crafts and they were gorgeous, really fast delivery too.

I had started this mini zig zag card last week (inbetween the Halloween & Christmas ones) and had set it aside because once I had covered it in my chosen patterned paper, my mind went blank and I wasn’t sure what theme to make it.    So last night I kicked crafter’s block’s butt out the workshop door and got stuck into this card….. It’s Fall :-D

Supplies List :-

  • Bazzill textured cardstock in a burgundy red colour for the card base cut to 12″ x 4″ and scored every 3″
  • Floral Paper from the £25 grab bag I bought online
  • Prima Essentials No. 9
  • Prima E.Line Pearls and Crystals (various)
  • Mulberry flowers and leaves from Wild Orchid Crafts
  • Cosmo Cricket Nutmeg Cardstock Stickers
  • Lace from my supplies
  • Tim Holtz Hinge Clip
  • Brilliance Dew Drop Fast Drying Pigment Ink in Coffee Bean
  • Colorbox Chalk Ink in Creamy Brown
  • Scotch quick dry Adhesive
  • Scotch ATG Glue Gun
  • Papermania Hot Glue Gun
  • We r Memory Keepers Corner Chomper
  • Fiskars Treading Water Edge Punch
  • Cream, Blue, Pinky Red & Orange Textured Bazzill Cardstock from my scraps Box
  • I am Roses Mulberry Leaves
  • Thickers Black Chipboard Stickers
  • Gingerbread Button from Deb (Mynuala)
  • K & Co Journalling Stickers
  • Maya Road Leaves Singleton Stamp Set SMP1240
  • Stampin Up Stampin Write Markers in Choc Chip and Not Quite Navy

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9 thoughts on “It’s Fall!

    • Hi Robyn :-D

      Thanks for popping by my blog, glad you like the wee project, they are fun and easy to make.

      I have been trying to get a “blog Follow” button on tonight without much success lol, looks like i’ll need to do more research, although I think there is a subscribe tab on it somewhere.

      Sarah x

  1. It’s GORGEOUS Sarah! It really is like a little mini book, isn’t it? Love it! “You’re changing right before my eyes!” is so perfect for this time of year! lol The leaves are sure doing that! I really want to try to make one of these this next week! You’re very inspiring! Thank you! :)

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