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Pumpkins!!!

Something Yummy (something to eat) is this week's challenge at DRS Designs

I have these great pumpkins I sit out this time of year, and I love them.  They look super old because they are crackled.  I was thinking I could replicate them with the DRS Designs Oval Stained Glass stamp and it worked out wonderfully.


I also used these other DRS Designs images:

Script Font Background
Open Leaf
Thanksgiving Thinking of You (cut down)
(New)  Wood Grain  Background Stamp

I love how the card looks next to the pumpkin!

I also used a button, some burlap ribbon, lots of yellow, orange, and walnut stain ink (sponged on), and my SU! Oval, and Martha Stewart Branch punches (my two all time favorite punches). 

Now, I am thinking about some pumpkin bread, or pumpkin pie, or pumpkin cheesecake!

Hugz

Comments

  1. Nancy, This card is amazingly beautiful. I can't believe this gorgeous pumpkin came from punched pieces. The sponging is perfectly done and I agree it looks great next to the pumpkin and it goes beautifully with your country top. Over the top. Hope everyone is doing OK. down there. You are always on my mind. Enjoy the day.

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  2. WOW! Love those pumpkins and your card is AMAZING! WELL DONE! Love, love, love your design with the rich fall color and burlap panel! Awesome inspiration ... thanks!

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  3. Absolutely jar dropping amazing and so beautiful! The pumpkin on the card looks exactly like the real one. A gorgeous, gorgeous card!
    Lynn

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  4. A gorgeous card,love the colours.xxx

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  5. A gorgeous card Nancy, you pumpkin is fabulous and your design is perfect.
    Pauline
    x

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  6. Amazing! Gorgeous results replicating your festive pumpkin! I vote for pumpkin bread!

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  7. Fabulous Nancy, I love what you have done with the pumpkin !!
    Kevin xx

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  8. They look alike each other! I love the pumpkin. Very creative. Great job!

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  9. That pumpkin is stunning!!! Love it with the texture of the burlap with it. Gorgeous card.

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  10. Happy birthday dear friend!! BTW, I love your crackle pumpkin! Gorgeous work sweet girl!

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  11. Well a happy happy birthday to you Nancy!! ;) Love this stunning pumpkin wit that scripted background!! Really wonderful representation of Fall!! HUGS

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  12. Oh my, how clever is this! Super, totally competes with the purchased pumpkin! I'd say the card wins! ;0

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