Hi friends, happy November! Hope all you little spooks out there had a wonderful Halloween! I’ve been putting up Christmas decorations at work all week, so I’ve been having a hard time remembering what time of year it really is. I’m convinced it’s Christmas until I come home and see all the pumpkins laying around!
Today I have a fall-inspired thank you card to share that I made with lots of pretty Wendy Vecchi Make Art goodies from Ranger Ink. This sweet floral image would work beautifully for cards all year round, but today I’m definitely channeling my love for fall with this warm golden color palette.
This pretty set is called A Million Thanks, and I love that it comes with the clear stamps, matching dies, and a coordinating stencil, which I used on the background of the tag. The stamping was done in a rather unusual and new-to-me combo of Wendy Vecchi Fern Green Archival ink with Copic coloring. I know Archival ink isn’t necessarily Copic friendly, and may cause some bleeding… but I had good success with it, and I really like how different it turned out. Once I was done with the coloring, I went in with a white gel pen to add extra detailing.
The patterned papers are an old collection from Jillibean Soup called Farmhouse Stew. The tag is from the Tim Holtz Stacked Postage die set. I added a bit of Wendy Vecchi Make Art washi tape and finished it all off with a twine-wrapped bow.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Wishing you all a wonderful weekend!
The supplies I’ve used are linked below:
Sizzix Stacked Postage Thinlits Dies (retired)