Fall Themed Thank You Cards

Hello, everyone!

I’m back on the blog today to share with you a quick & easy set of cards that I made using minimum supplies. I can almost call this project as ”stepping out of my comfort zone” as I used some colored cardstock for my card bases and also some bits of patterned paper that I found in my stash. I usually go with white card bases and completely excluded the pattern paper from my last projects, but this time I wanted to try something different and I really like how it all came out.


The stamp set that made all so quick & easy is a gorgeous fall stamp set from Reverse Confetti. It has all these pumpkins with sentiments inside. And that was perfect because I didn’t  had to search through my stash to find matching sentiments for all my cards. Once all my pumpkins were stamped and cut I used a die set from Spellbinders to create some frames that I decorated with the patterned paper that I picked from my stash.


For my card bases I used a woodgrain background stamp from Concord & 9th and stamped the design with a warm grey ink. To adhere everything down I used my ATG gun (yay, finally I can use it again!) and popped the pumpkins with some strips of foam tape for a bit of dimension. As a finishing touch I added several gold glitter dots here and there with the Nuvo Clear Drops.


I totally enjoyed creating this set of cards as it all went so quick and smooth and all the elements I created matched perfectly with eachother.

You can watch the video down below or HERE on my YouTube channel. As always, links to the products are provided below as long with affiliate links, where possible.

Thank you for stopping by and hope to see you soon!


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