Hello lovelies! It's that wonderful time again to share with you a fun new kit from Freckled Fawn...the Autumn ohDEERme kit is completely adorable...all things playful, whimsical, and full of autumn goodness.
I've got a few things to share with you tonight, each containing contents from this kit. At the end of this post you'll notice a list of where each of the kit contents came from...so many fun, enchanting shops to explore.
This card uses the stitched cards, whimsical mushroom (this color is my new, very most favorite color in the whole world), and a chipboard pumpkin, painted and distressed and then stamped with Papertrey Ink's Layered Postmarks: Holiday, and a tag stamped with the 2009 Autumn Tag set. The sweet little crow and dimensional leaf are another couple of my favorite things from American Crafts Scarecrow Sticker Sheet.
I used My Mind's Eye and Farm House Paper Co. paper on this card, a Pink Paislee chipboard Artisan heart, and the wood leaf is stamped using Papertrey Ink's Polka Dot Basics stamp set with the tag stamped using the Tag-Its #7 set.
More kit goodness used here including the washi tape, glassine envelope, flair button, sequins (yaaay!), resin flowers, whimsical mushroom, and wood leaf. I added paper by Basic Grey and My Mind's Eye, scrunched seam binding from Craft Spot, a Jenni Bowlin sticker and vellum flower, and fabric. The stamp used for the sentiment is from Papertrey Ink's Fall Elegance set and the hearts from the Love Lives Here: Holiday set.
And lastly, a fun little gift jar filled with salted caramels use the chipboard pumpkin, washi, and paper pinwheel from the kit. Who can resist all of the sweet goodies in this crafty bundle?
Kit Contributors Include:
A Flair for Buttons - pinwheel flair
Bahana Splits Boutique - stitch cards
Caramelos - trio of whimsical mushrooms
Curtsey Boutique - paper bow
Halo's Haven - pinwheel
Heavenly Ogres - resin flowers
Jardine de Papier - chipboard pumpkins
Real Dreams - corkboard clouds
Scrap-N-Scribe - felt rose
Freckled Fawn - glassine envelopes, washi tape, sequins, and wooden leaves.
Hope you're all enjoying fall. My porch is decorated with pumpkins and cornstalks thanks to my wonderful father-in-law for delivering them to me. We're dressed up on the inside as well and now we get to put our feet up and enjoy this wonderful time of year. I've got another bushel of apples to make into applesauce and pie filling tomorrow and then it's time to bake!
If you're a pumpkin lover, this recipe is yummy! I made Autumn Pumpkin Bars a few days ago and loved them.
Autumn Pumpkin Bars (recipe from bhg.com)