October 8, 2014

Reverse Confetti SFYTT - October

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A card for Reverse Confetti's October Sketch For You To Try.

Getting in a few more Thanksgiving cards before heading up to the cottage for Thanksgiving weekend.  I used the new Give Thanks stamps and confetti cuts and a couple acorns from Forever Fall for my card along with some Persimmon patterned paper and a little gold thread. The background is Stampin' Up Baked Brown Sugar.


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16 comments :

Lynn said...

Oh I love the deep rich colors o this card. The fonts are fabulous too!

Lyn Wallan-Smith said...

Gorgeous card I love the colour mix and your choice of papers all brought together so beautifully

Alanna said...

This is beautiful. The colors are so rich.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

So gorgeous! LOVING those acorns!!!!

Irish Cherokee said...

Gorgeous card Tracy. Love the arrangement on this card. The colors are absolutely perfect. Love the background papers and there's two acorns. - Jim

Lisa said...

Love this Tracey! The sentiment, the label, those little acorns...SWEET!

sandie said...

This card has a lovely calming effect...I think the colours all blend so beautifully x

Annette Allen said...

oh WOW totally love this.. one of my most favorites..

cm said...

Sweetness abounds on this card, Tracey, from the papers, to the acorns, to the wonderful sentiment! Guess what: some new RC heading my way! Excited!!
Hugs~c

Pam Sparks said...

Love your card Tracey! The colors are so rich and warm... just invites you in! TFS!

Kim Heggins said...

Sweet, sweet card and I love those adorable acorns, just the perfect touch.

icardeveryone01 said...

Just gorgeous, Tracey... you've really put that 6x6 to good use! Love it so much.
=] Michele

Miriam Prantner said...

I love these papers, perfect with those acorns. Great design!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

perfect DP for this lovely fall card!

Anita in France said...

Wow, such a gorgeous colour palette, Tracey ... a perfect partnership between the DP and the acorns! Anita :)

Kim S said...

I love your rich browns with the pop of blue!