Saturday, October 22, 2022

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! It's Pumpkin Season!

Good morning, friends.  Are you enjoying all the fall feels?

I'm playing along with Color Throwdown with this card I made using Papertrey Ink Into The Blooms:  Pumpkins.

The background is stamped using a very old rubber stamp from Cornish Heritage Farms called Newspaper Ads.  I miss CHF.  They had some of the best stamps and they had a good selection of vintage stamps, back before vintage became as popular as it is today.   

No need for explaining any instructions on this quick and easy card.  It's pretty straight forward.

Here's the list of supplies I used: ;0)

You can play along at Color Throwdown, there's plenty of time.

Color Hues Challenge ~ Orange & Green
Simon Says Monday Challenge ~ Halloween / Spooky

I'm so glad you stopped in today!


  1. Oh do I like those pumpkins did I ever miss those?!! Your shading on them is just perfect, and I love that background too! Easy peasy but absolutely wonderful!! You could add this to the current Color Hues challenge too (Orange & Green). Hugs. :0)

  2. It might have been quick and easy but it packs a punch! Those are some fantastic pumpkins, love the texture. Wonderful card, Birgit!

  3. What a wonderful card, Birgit! The shading of the leaves is perfect and I love the text background. Thanks for joining us at Color Hues, you certainly have done a great job!

  4. the pumpkins look so real and love them against that newsprint background

  5. Those pumpkins are magnificent! Love the background paper too. Our little country store would put your purchase in bags just like that! Thanks for the memory!

  6. Oh, you had me at PUMPKIN BREAD, Birgit! This pumpkin is so amazingly realistic! All that texture is great and I love how you've paired it with the vintage background. The size makes a stunning card! Loved having you play at Color Hues!


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