Pumpkin Spice Muffin

Can’t you just smell the spices from this muffin? The bg is blue cs ran through ef then white ink smeared over top. Muffin is a digi printed on text vellum then water colored and die cut. Added heat embossed dots, got a little heavy handed. Doily was silhouette cut then sponged on red and peach ink. Two kinds of ribbon were wrapped. Hugs was Silhouette cut and strip sentiment was in stash that was added to thin strip of cs. Makes the perfect fall thank you without saying those words.

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Can You Handle the Pressure: Fall

Alphabet: L is for Leaves

Use Your Stuff: Food

13 thoughts on “Pumpkin Spice Muffin”

  1. I could smell the spices from your title then saw the gorgeous card. Love the blue leaf embossed background with the white inked raised portions. Love the extras from the focal piece layered on the doily to the double ribbon.

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  2. OH WOW Bonnie … this is absolutely BEAUTIFUL! LOVE that blue embossed background! Fabulous inspiration!

    DarleneCan You Handle the PressureDAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS

    P.S. If I hadn’t already mentioned it, just wanted to let you know that we have another new challenge blog. This time it’s all about using your STENCILS. I hope you’ll come check us out and play along at Crazy is our fame – STENCILS are our game (aka STENCIL FUN CHALLENGE. The fun begins OCTOBER 4th … Hope to see you there!

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    1. I had heard you two were up to going the stencil route for a new challenge. Stencils are by far my favorite technique, especially with all the fun was to use them. See you at stencils are fun soon.

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  3. Beautiful card! The cupcake is perfectly colored and just love the textured background. Thank you for playing with us at the Alphabet Challenge and hope you can join in again soon.
    Debbie
    Secrets To Stamping
    Join my Creative Creases Challenge for fun folds!

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