SU Stars Blog Hop

Those of you that visit my blog regularly know that I love this set. I'm happy to share it on the SU Stars blog hop today. If you would like to start at the beginning of the hop, you can start at the SU Stars Blog. Hopefully, you are already on the hop and just came from Denise Foor's blog. I loved all of the textures on the wreath that Denise created using Stampin' Up!'s DSP, embossing folders and her Big Shot.
If you have gotten the Autumn Spice DP, you've probably noticed that on the paper with all the leaves, there is a background in more mustard. After I stamped the leaves, they just seemed so bare on the cardstock so I got out the Sanded background and stamped it in More Mustard to go along with the paper.

Stamps: Sanded, Day of Gratitude
CS: More Mustard, Early Espresso, Cajun Craze, Very Vanilla, Autumn Spice
Ink & Markers: Early Espresso, Old Olive Cajun Craze, More Mustard (just ink on MM)
Misc.: Early Espresso taffeta ribbon, sticky strip, dimensionals, wide oval punch, decorative label punch

I hope you liked today's card. Your next stop on the hop is Angela Walters, Life with a Wiener Dog. I love her card. It takes me back to my beginning days of stamping. My interest in quilting subsided and my very first rubber stamp was a Boyd's Bear stamp with a honey pot.

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  1. Your card is amazing I love the colors and the paper combo CUTE CUTE CUTE!

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  2. Your card is soo cute!! The colors are great together and I love what you did with your ribbon!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Love it Deborah.. and I just got the set at Ft Worth Regionals... woohoo! Hugs, Loni

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  4. Denise your card is simply gorgeous. I love that paper and now I know what I'm going to do with it! I'm going to CASE your card! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  5. Deborah, I love your card. The color combination is great.
    Thank you for sharing with us this hop.
    Hugs, Martha Lucia Gomez
    http://stampartpapel.blogspot.com

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  6. Deoborah I love the colors you choose and the scrunched ribbon, great idea as an embellishment! Thank you for sharing!
    Rubber hugs,
    Raissa
    www.raissastamps.com

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  7. Lovely card. I can see why this stamp set is one of your faves. TFS.

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  8. I absolutely love the colors and the use of the ribbon is awesome!

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  9. I really like this card, I will get the stamp set in October on my birthday at Portland Regionals....

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  10. Very pretty, love the colors and the designer paper, awesome work.

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  11. Love how you designed this card. It looks great.

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  12. Great addition with the Sanded stamp and a wonderful showcase for new paper and stamp set.

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  13. Like always, it's the little touches that really "make" a card/project, and you did great! Thanx for sharing.

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  14. Beautiful card, I love your ribbon. How did you do that? Anyway the colors are wonderful.

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  15. Gorgeous, Deborah! Love everything about it! thanks for sharing.

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  16. I just love this stamp set and really love what you have created with it. Thanks

    Carey Rogers
    aka Roscoe's mommy

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  17. Love how you layered your sentiment, Deborah--and that ruched ribbon is so yummy. . . .

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