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New Samples for Fall



Fall is a Wonderful season of changing colors
and the smell of freshly picked baked apples, raspberries,
fresh roasted corn on the cob
and
the chance to go find the biggest pumpkins
at the pumpkin patch to decorate.

It's a time for falling leaves,
cool breezes and
long walks in the Autumn Sun.

Let us inspire you with our projects today
to capture that wonderful feeling of fall
and create something fun!



Don't forget to grab your camera and get a
picture of your kids when all the leaves
are piled up high and ready for jumping in!


Supplies:
GP 409, 410, 407, 414
Autumn Splendor chipboard and
element stickers

This is a quick project to keep memories
of a fun trip to the pumpkin patch or an amazing
family outing or hiking trip!

To make it we cut a piece of chipboard up
tied it together with jute and covered it with cardstock.
We sanded it and inked it and
we added strips of our fall paper. We also added jute,
buttons, ribbons and stickers and a calendar.
The handle is made from sticks tied on with

wire to hang on the wall.



It's fun to make something old new again
just by adding a little paper, ribbons,
leaves and stickers.
I found this old basket and thought it would
be a great gift container to fill with maybe
freshly baked apple muffins, apple butter and
some pretty candles.
You could also put strips of paper to go
around the candles to make it match
and everyone will think your amazing!!

and last for today.....


Traditionally Fall is a time to reflect back on the
year and remind ourselves of all the good things
we have done and things we have received.

This simple paper journal can be a place
to hold all
those special memories,
thankful thoughts and maybe

even a few pictures of those you love
or the special places that you traveled to.

supplies:
BG 410, BGP223, GCS030
paper pad, flowers, yarn & stickles

Hope you like our new fall ideas and
be sure and check back Thursday for more !!!

AND...

We couldn't wait till Friday so we
are announcing the new Design Team
tomorrow morning on Wed.

It's going to be
an Amazing Team!!!


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