Stampin’ Up! Fall Friends

I have a fall treat for you today.  I’m sharing three sophisticated fall project ideas created by others.  To kick it off is the card above, created by Linda Callahan, my good friend and a member of my Stampin’ Pretty Pals.  The leaves (Stampin’ Up! Wonderfall, Wood-Mount 128084 and Clear-Mount 128087) look so elegant against the woodgrain background (Stampin’ Up! Woodgrain Embossing Folder, 127821).

My friend Maxine Conrad created and shared this second card with me.  The three panels of Stampin’ Up! Comfort Caf? Designer Series Paper (126898) immediately turned on my paper crafting “radar.”  I love it when patterns are broken up by open space.  Both the wing and sentiment are cropped and popped up on Stampin’ Dimensionals for a 3-D effect.

Finally, I wanted to show off this beautiful box originally held my Stampin’ Up! Advisory Board ring.  I have shared it on my blog before but thought it was an excellent lesson in presentation perfection and another stunning project using the Wonderfall stamp set!

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  1. Thank you for sharing, you have such inspirational and beautiful ideas. It is wonderful that you also share ideas from your wonderfully talented friends.

  2. Jennifer Reynard

    Wow, I love them all! Thanks for sharing all the inspiration!

  3. Oops forgot to tell you I love your Turkey , on your blog !!! CUTE !!

  4. OOOH pretty every single one !! Me too I want to see your Ring Ms Mary !!
    Please please share it !!!
    Have a nice weekend
    Hugs frenchie
    Ps see u soon !!

  5. This cards are really awesome, thank you for sharing them and, like Tricia said, we absolutely would love to see your ring, I bet it’s fabulous!!

  6. As always, these cards are gorgeous. I appreciate you sharing the cards you receive from others! We’d love to see a picture of the advisory board ring you received. 🙂

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