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More Fall Fun!

Happy Labor Day Everyone! Today is also the first day of Fall! We've got a couple more ideas to bring in the Fall weather, warm pumpkin pie, and fall trees!

Hello Fall

Here's a layout (Nicole Wise) sketch by Becky Fleck!

Hello Fall by Nicole Wise
Products used: Best Creation's Hello Fall HF002, HF003, HF004, HF006, HF008, HF010, HF012, HF013, HF016, FT002, FT004, sketch by Becky Fleck

Nicole added some great touches to this layout with all the different elements from this collection!

Punpkin Card (Front) by Liz Chidester
Products used: Best Creation's Hello Fall HF001, HF008, HF012, HF013, HF014

Inside of Liz's card.

Leaf Piles by Julie Walton
Products used: Best Creation's Hello Fall HF003, HF006, HF007, HF011, HF012, HF013, HF014

Fall Fun by Kim Arledge
Products used: Best Creation's Hello Fall HF001, HF003, HF006, HF008, HF009, HF012, HF013, the die cut leaves were made with the Quickutz Revolution.

"This layout is of my niece Madisyn! She just loved my grandmother's large yard on Thanksgiving day. Madisyn would play in the leaves, then she would just run in circles. She had a wonderful time and we had a wonderful time watching her!"

Scarecrow Shaker Card by Gini Williams Cagle
Products used: Best Creation's Hello Fall HF004, 006, 007, 008, 012, 013, 014, TBW010

Gini used Autumn Flower Soft inside the shaker to look like fall leaves. The acrylic cardstock was her inspiration for a shaker card!

Show that special someone you appreciate them with a little card!

Thankful for you by Rebecca Keppel
Products used: Best Creation's Hello Fall HF013, 6x6 pad HF016, Glitter Cardstock GCS011, GCS057,Basic Glitter Paper BGP220 and leaf punch by EK Success, twine by Divine Twine

Come back tomorrow for some fun 2 page layouts and the winner announcement from last week's "Sewn Together" Blog Hop!


  1. Love all of these! So awesome!!

  2. omgosh, what gorgeous projects!! Will be lifting several of these! Stunning!!


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