Autumn Appreciation


Hi readers! Happy Saturday to you! I hope you’re enjoying your weekend so far!  Isn’t this Lawn Fawn card by Chari Moss too cute? If you read our blog often (or lately) you’ll know that I’ve been gabbing quite a bit about my love of the Autumn season, and the colors and cute pumpkins in this card are just so perfect for the season!

I don’t know about you, but I find myself short of thank you cards quite often so I am always eager to find a new design idea!



Tags are not just for gifts they can make great cards too! This fun little card has lots of paper piecing and the woodgrain notecard makes a super easy card base with decoration built right in.  I like to challenge myself to paper piece projects sometimes with no coloring at all, which is hard for me because coloring is my go to medium.  But paper piecing is great to add lots of texture to images and the Sweater Weather collection is perfect for paper piecing some fun fall pumpkins to create a sweet thank you card.


Thanks for reading today, and thanks to Chari for being our fantastic guest today!

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  1. I lovely card Chari! And stamps that could be used for Thanksgiving, Halloween or to celebrate Autumn. Such fun!

  2. CUTENESS GALORE – LOVE your card Chari!!!
    I confess that I struggle when using patterned papers and you have created the perfect combo for your pretty layers – LOVE IT ALL!!!

  3. This is a cute card, and those pumpkins are cute also so is that little bird, Thanks for sharing this!!!

  4. What a fantastic card! I have that thankful set with the little pumpkins and use it a lot…so versatile for fall and holidays!

  5. That is so cute! I have been working on Christmas cards and it is nice to have a reminder that it is still fall!

  6. Cute card! I love how you used the tags on the cards and the paper piecing. The little bird is adorable and a nice touch.

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