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Acorn Art

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One of my favorite things about Fall is all the acorns and the images of acorns.  I love to pick them up when I am out walking and bring them home ~ I have a nice collection.  So, of course, one of my favorite stamp sets in Stampin' Up!'s Holiday Catalog is 'Truly Grateful' (#131730 wood or #131733 clear, page 19) because of the pretty acorn.  Another great acorn is cut using the Autumn Accents Bigz die (#127812, page 192, annual catty).

Acorn Thanks card
Tags 4 You stamp set, #131823, and Burlap Ribbon, #132140

Acorns w crystal effects
Acorns cut with the die, early espresso card stock, Sweater Weather DSP & Crystal Effects.

 I also added that acorn to the Tag a Bag Gift Bags (#131370, 10 bags, #3.95, annual catalog) along with a bow using Sweater Weather DSP.

 

Acorn Bag

 

The bow is made w the Gift Bow Bigz L Die, #129977.
Acorn thankyou edgelit card
Expressions Thinlits Die, #132171, Holiday Catalog


On this card I used the sunburst technique, don't you love it?  You can see more information on this technique in the SUDSOL library.  I am teaching the technique in my stamp clubs this month and shared my class outline with SUDSOL.

Acorn Box Side
Extra-Large Gift Box, #132147, Holiday Catalog

 

This is my last 'acorn' project ~ a lovely gift box using the ribbon, the Sweater Weather DSP (#132184, Holiday Catalog) and the dies mentioned above.  Here's a close up  of the top of the box ~

  Acorn Box Top

I hope you have enjoyed my acorn projects.  If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch.  Happy Fall Y'all!

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Comments

Robin Messenheimer

LOVE this paper - and that bow with the leaves is just gorgeous. The card with all the colors of the paper is definitely right up my alley - so I'll have to try it out soon. Thanks for the fun projects!

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