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Hi Everyone! My fall inspiration came from my nephew's upcoming fall wedding. I have been thinking about them a lot lately, and wanted to make them a card prior to the wedding.

I've been wanting to make a raised letter card and LOVE how easy it is to make this interesting look.

Steps to make:

  1. Stamp your card font. I used Gourd Goodness and Painted Harvest stamp sets. I stamped the pumpkins from Gourd Goodness then masked them off as shown. Then stamped Painted Harvest stamps around the mask.

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2. Next, position your letters from Large Letters Framelits and die cut with the Big Shot.

DSCN6460 DSCN64613. Using paper scraps, die cut 4 sets of letters. The scraps should be in the card layer color or color family of tones in card.

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 4. Using Multi-purpose Glue, glue all 5 layers of the letters. (4 scraps and the stamped top letter).
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5. Assemble card saving the layered letter inserts until last - layer in the negative space where the original letter was die cut.

6. Stamp inside of card. Sentiment from Cheers to the Year.

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Annette Sullivan

Love the colours for this fall wedding card.

Libby Dyson

Love this Dee and thanks for sharing how you made it

Debbie Henderson

I totally love this card Dee. I don't have those framelits and I've been seeing a lot of this type of card. You nailed it!

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