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Pumpkin Spice–You are my favorite

Oh my gosh!  I’m late!  This has been a bit of a crazy week and I lost track of the days.   I hope you don’t mind if I keep the post short and to the point.


Once again I was playing around with some fun papers and chipboard from Pumpkin Spice.  I so love making cards like this now.  With a few extra added accents you have a fabulous card that is pretty fast to make.


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These beautiful papers and chipboard pieces are from the For the Record 2 – Documented collection from Echo Park.  I just love these colors.   For my card, I layered a couple of chipboard pieces to give it a bit of extra dimension.   To add a little something extra, I used liquid pearls to accent the center of the flower.


Check out the 6x6 paper pads and coordinating chipboard and embellishments at Pumpkin Spice for great prices and fabulous customer service.


Thank you for stopping by!






Lisa B said…
I love those chipboard pieces and how you layered everything. Gorgeous card. I'm so happy that you shared it with us at the Sisterhood. Hope to see your creations in future challenges.
Jennifer said…
This is so lovely Cheryl! Love the layers and great sentiment!
Lisa Carroll said…
This is beautiful! Love the dimension, and the pearls are the perfect touch. :) Thanks for playing along in the "Anything Goes" challenge over at the Simon Says Stamp challenge blog!
Imke said…
Cheryl, the colors are awesome and your card very pretty !
Sue - bearhouse said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl. I love the sunny colours and fabulous layout.
Sue xx
Stef H said…
absolutely stunning! i really need to get me some chipboard. they really do add pizzazz!

hugs :)
Sorry I've missed so much beauty on your blog lately!!!!!! This is a great CAS card! I know it doesn't look TOO CAS but for your regular cardmaking - it's awesome! Love the addition of the pearls!

Loved the doggy in the dog house card too from a few days ago and you made me laugh during your 'glitter' post when once you got to blogging - you didn't have much to say! LOL

I know the feeling!

I'll be back around normally in a few weeks!!!
Pam said…
This is such a beautiful card! The colors are so pretty!
Rene said…
Gorgeous card! Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful card with us at Make it Monday! Don't forget to leave a comment for another entry and mention you saw them on MIM for a chance at our second prize!
Good luck and I hope to see you back next week for another open paper challenge!
Rene :D
1CardCreator said…
Beautiful card, great idea too! ~Diane
Sylv said…
Fabulous colours and a beautiful card, thank you for joining us for the Crafty Bloggers Network challenge.

Sylv xx
What a fabulous design Cheryl! Thanks so much for joining us at The Sisterhood ‘Free For All (anything goes)’ challenge and please come back again soon!
one of the 'Sistahs'
The Sisterhood of Crafters
Tracy said…
Great chipboard pieces and those little rows of pearls are adorable. Hugs!
Renee said…
Beautiful card the papers!
Hugs, Renee
Sashika Taylor said…
These colours are good enough to eat!
Lisa said…
This is gorgeous!! The papers and colors are so beautiful!! I love the dimension!! Happy Friday :)

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Sonia said…
What a fabulous card my dearest friend^_^
Have a sweet weekend^_^
Chana said…
Beautifully done, Cheryl! Thanks for playing with us again at 613 Avenue Create!
Desire Fourie said…
Absolotely gorgeous. So love the design paper.
Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}
cotnob said…
This is fabulous Cheryl, I love your gorgeous bright papers and great layout.
Micki said…
Hey Girl, beautiful card. Love the chipboard, should really use it on cards myself. Thanks so much for playing along with us in The Sisterhood of Crafters. Hugs!!!
Missy said…
This is so pretty Cheryl, I love those great papers and colors, and the pretty string of pearls!!
cotnob said…
Hi Cheryl, I just popped back to say thank you for sharing your fabulous card with us at Crafting for all Seasons.
fabulous colors, love the paper you used with this flower, it's perfect.
Julia said…
Such a beautiful creation with great attention to detail. Thanks for joining us at Crafting By Designs. Good luck.
Manderly said…
Lovely, lovely!!! We are happy you joined us at Penny's Crafty-Creations this week!
DIANA L. said…
Very pretty
Sue H said…
Hi Cheryl,
What a great card. Love the chipboard pieces you used! SueH

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