Pumpkin Spice Cards

With fall finally here, I had to get out my autumn inspired stamps from Impression Obsession challenge to participate in their latest challenge, Pumpkin Spice, either pumpkins or the coffee.  I knew right away the sentiment I wanted to put inside, this one says it perfectly.  I stamped it on cardstock the color of nutmeg, one of the spices I associate with pumpkin goodies and fall.

Pumpkin Spice Card at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

I picked a lovely cornucopia stamp and placed it in my Stamping Platform.  The stamp is quite intricate, and I had a feeling it would take more than one try to get an even outline.

Pumpkin Spice Card at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

First stamping, needs a bit more ink here and there.

Pumpkin Spice Card at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

I re-inked the pad and stamped again.  Better, the image is darker and more clear.

Pumpkin Spice Card at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

In case you’d like to make this card, the stamps I used are the words from the set So Very Thankful on the left, and Cornucopia on the right.

Pumpkin Spice Card at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

When I had a clear image, I colored it with inks and a blender pen.  I wish the colors were brighter, but it is OK.

Pumpkin Spice Card at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

On the nutmeg color paper card, I glued a ribbon of leaves as an anchor.

Pumpkin Spice Card at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

The cornucopia is mounted on deep burgundy framing and glued on top.

Pumpkin Spice Card at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

To add a bit more interest and flair, I used a bit of my homemade paper and two leaf stickers as a corner accent.  On the bottom right, I glued a little acorn.

Pumpkin Spice Card at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

A fun Autumn theme card, this is my Pumpkin Spice entry for this month’s challenge at Impression Obsession.  You can enter these challenges too, just check out the blog on their website.  A $25 Gift Certificate is awarded each month.  Did you know they do free shipping over $50?  There are so many fun sets and wonderful sentiments there, check out what is new.  Do you like to stamp in the fall?

12 thoughts on “Pumpkin Spice Cards

  1. I like the water color you did on the card. I haven’t had my stamps out in a year. In fact; I started Christmas 2018 cards in Jan of 2018; and never finished; so they sit in the drawer. Maybe one cold winter day……. You do such beautiful work.

  2. Joan Sheppard

    Is this your homemade paper? Looks very nice in this card, like a little cotton ball harvest. Lucky friends who get your cards. j

  3. Angela Bode

    Ah, a wonderful card for the Pumpkin Spice Challenge at Impression Obsession! I love that image! I enjoyed seeing how you created it! So glad you could play along with the IO Challenge!

  4. Brenda Ackerman

    Hello Carole, Your card is lovely! I wish you the best of luck in this contest. I would vote for you! Thank you for sharing and have fun creating and making more beautiful cards!

  5. Priscilla C

    Nice card..wonderful time of the year! I just finished On Rue Tatin. Really enjoyed it. Fun to see the “grass isn’t always greener on the other side!” Not sure I’d give up living in the USA as hard as it is right now!

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