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Happy Fall with Lindsay's Stamp Stuff

I don't know about you, but I am happy that it is time for the kiddos to head back to school and to get back in to the regular routine. Autumn is my favorite time of year. I love the fall colors, the gorgeous blue skies, the crisp air, and all the fun activities like apple picking, hay rides and bonfires. To celebrate all this good stuff, Lindsay is having an End of Summer sale Thursday through Saturday with 30% off everything in her mygrafico store.

To continue to show my love of the autumn season, I made an easel card this week using Sketchy Leaves along with the cracked glass and ruffled ribbon techniques.

After printing the leaf print on my card stock, I colored it using sponge daubers and my ink pads. It couldn't be easier and I think it looks pretty cool.

I apologize for the quality of my photos this week. I took these pretty late at night and was having some issues with my home-made light box.

Remember to stop by the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff store on mygrafico for the 30% off sale before it ends on Saturday night.

I also have some other good news. Laurel Seabrook has joined the LSS team. Please stop by her blog and give her a warm welcome.

The rest of the DT also has some wonderful projects to show you this week and, as always, Lindsay will have a special treat available for free on her blog.

Lindsay Weirich (Owner & Stamp Designer)
Cindi Hooks
Diane Bove
Jennifer Bliss
Karin Martin
Laurel Seabrook
Leanne Garner
Lisa Jurecek
Margie Visnick
Melissa Craig
Micki Harper
Rhonda Walker
Shannon Neparko
Tamara Bennett
Tracey Allen
Tracy Vinson



  • Stamps: Sketchy Leaves digital stamp set by Lindsay's Stamp Stuff on, Happy Fall sentiment from Northwoods Rubber Stamps
  • Papers & CS: DCWV Song Bird stack, SU Chocolate Chip, misc. green, GP CS
  • Inks: SU Earth Elements inks, Distress Inks Vintage Photo
  • Tools: Big Shot, Spellbinders Nestabilities, QuicKutz Flourish, Fiscar's edge punch, heat tool
  • Embellishments: UTEE, Martha Stewart twill tape, PTI bakers twine
  • Techniques: Cracked Glass, pleated/ruffled ribbon, easel card


Karin said…
Love the cracked glass...It looks so cool! Beautiful colors on this card too.
Dawn said…
Great techniques today sweetie! I haven't done the cracked glass technique at least not on purpose. I am with you and loving fall and hope it stays for months.
Vicki Dutcher said…
Wonderful detail! Between the cracked glass and the swirls - awesome card! Thanks for playing with Speedy's Friends!
Rhonda said…
Cheryl, this is Gorgeous!!! I love Fall too and this just screams Fall. Well Done!
Riet said…
So wonderful card Cheryl.,I love the image and your papers.
So gorgeous details.

Hugs Riet.xx
Linda Robinson said…
Cheryl, This is so pretty. I love the way that cracked glass looks..
Awesome card.

I also just love this time of year.
Hope you have a nice day!
Hugs, Linda
1CardCreator said…
Awesome card Cheryl, looks so classy! I love all the techniques you used and all the little details like the bitty butterflies. ~Diane
Cindi said…
gorgeous card!! I love the cracked glasss
Primitive Paper said…
Cheryl, this is truly a one-of-a-kind card. I love the crackle effect you have given this project. It has an antique effect to it and you know...I am crazy about anything vintage or antique. Well Done.
Karen B. said…
Great card, love the treatment of your fibers on the card.
Tamara Bennett said…
I've never seen the cracked glass technique before! How cool! I lvoe it!
Lindsay Weirich said…
I love the cracked glass technique, the photos look good to me! I just used bakers twine on my project today, love that look!
Leanne said…
Cheryl your cards are ALWAYS so amazing!! I love this card!! I don't have any of that crackled glass stuff but you sure have me wanting to run out and get some! This is truly beautiful!
oh my word, cheryl! this is gorgeous!!!! wow! i love that cracked glass look to! wow! wow! wow!

hugs :)
Marlene said…
Cracked glass technique is BEAUTIFULLY done here! Fantastic card!
Micki said…
OMGosh, love that ribbon treatment and the cracked glass effect really makes that leaf just stand out with those awesome colors. Amazing card!

Anne Marie said…
Love the cracked glass technique on your card. So pretty! :)
Margie said…
This is so pretty, makes me ready for fall!
Tracey said…
This is gorgeous Cheryl & so autumnal (fall) - love that ribbon & the swirls :)

Mrs. Fence said…
This card is gorgeous! I was tempted to use the leaves this week, but just wasn't quite ready. LOL Love the cracked glass, this card sure doesn't look like it was easy to make!
ljurecek said…
The cracked glass is just so pretty with this image! Love it, Cheryl!
Love the colors on this, I really start to think about fall. The cracked glass turned out great.
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Just beautiful! Love the rich colours, and easel cards always look fabulous!
Thanks for playing along with us this week :)
This is a stunning card Miss Cheryl!! Your colors are fabulous and I just love the design!! Two thumbs up, tfs!!

Thank you so very much for playing along with us at the Treehouse Stamps Thursday Challenge. I can't wait to see what you do with next week's challenge!!

Heather Prince
aka: Princessheather
Joanne Gilch said…
Love the easel card, the ruffled ribbon and the cracked leaf. fantastic fall card. No Fall here in Florida. We do, however, have two sweet gum trees that shed their leaves and get bared naked in the fall.
redwasher1 said…
Beautiful!!! I love the cracked glass makes for beautiful fall card.
Thanks for joining us at Speedy's Friends!
Neva said…
WOW Cheryl this is absolutely gorgeous. I love it. Thank you for including this weeks Treehouse Thursday Fall Color challenge in your darling card.
Lynn McAuley said…
Gorgeous work with this stunning autumn leave under shattered glass!

Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful design in the Friends of Speedy the Cat's harvest challenge!!
What a great autumn card! LOVE you pleats!!! So glad you played the Stamp Simply Challenge!
Dawn Mercedes said…
you've done a fine job....glad you could join Speedy the Cat's Friends this week!
Jodi said…
Cheryl, I love Fall too! You've described the season so well I wish we could experience the changing of the seasons too, but not here in Hawaii. Your card is just beautiful!! I love the look of this technique.
Jodi =)
Kerry said…
What a wower! This is gorgeous!!! Love love love the whole card!!! Thanks for joining us at InStyle sketch challenge! :)
Annika said…
It looks amazing, love the crackle and pleated ribbon - wow!
oh how pretty with the cracked glass effect! I like your use of the flourishes too! A fabulous easel card!
Rosemary said…
Great card, the photo quality is fine - you can see the details on this very easily. Loving the cracked glass effect as well!

Thank you for participating with us at Opus Gluei!
Axa said…
wowza! This is gorgeous! Thanks for joining us at Instyle Stamps Color Challenge!

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