Good Morning!

It’s rather chilly here.  Burrrrrrr, we are not used  to this!

I feel like I have been spoiled.  The weather has been so beautiful and now fall is setting in along with the cold weather.  Looks like the sun will be out today which will help.

Yesterday, after that sad sad Packer game we did go into town.  Here are a few pictures from our visit:


Here’s the proof that this is where we are!  It was just beautiful!  We got there just as most of the vendors were packing up.  But the little shops are so much fun to go through.



Here is a picture of my husband Peter and Trudy.  They had huge caramel apples.  They looked wonderful, but, after being at the Apple Festival last week I had enough apples.




There was a band playing  in the tent with this view as the back drop.  Look at that sky!





Alright, I can hear you, lets just get to the card already!  Ok, Ok, Here it is:

This reminds me of the sunset we saw last night when we were driving back from town.  The stamp set I used is in the 2012-13 Catalog on page 12, Gently Falling.  This stamp set is a two step set.  So, you can stamp the background color, with the more solid stamp and then stamp over it with the leaf outlines.  On this card I just used the stamp for the background with StazOn ink.  I used the left over cardstock from yesterdays card, the piece that the framelite die was cut from.  I used it as a mask over the whisper white cardstock.  Then I stamped my leaves with StazOn and sponged over it with Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie and on the very edge Cherry Cobbler.  Again, I used the paper piercing pack, (Festive, item #127857), to punch a double line around the image.  On the bottom of the card I added our Daffodil Delight seam binding ribbon.

Boy that was a lot of talking for a simple card.  Hope it all makes sense to you.  If not come to my Kismet class this month.  We will be making this card!  Remember, you go online and order any products I discussed you will receive a special gift from me.

Happy Stamping!

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