Wonderful Fall weather for card challenge

Saturday’s World Card Making day was a success for me! I spent two days, Friday and Saturday crafting away since my sweetie was out of the country and didn’t get home until Saturday evening. Nothing like 2 long uninterrupted days of crafting. Don’t get me wrong, I really missed him, he’s my cook (best ever and he left me meals to heat up while he was gone – isn’t that just so sweet??!!), and he keeps me warm at night – he’s a one man heater, and of course, he’s my best friend EVER – LOL.

But the extra time allowed me to create a card for Connie Stewart’s “Stampin Girls Gone Wild” weekend challenge. I love to participate in these but I’ve missed quite a few this summer with our busy schedule. Connie’s template “spoke” to me (he-he…ghosts from yesterday card must be in the air!). I’ve had the Bohemian DSP since it came out and just hadn’t gotten around to designing a card for it until now. It was a quick and easy one, but very dramatic with the vibrant colors. So here’s card #2 for my weekend crafting efforts!


It uses the “kiss” stamping technique which I learned from my upline years ago, but always forget to use it. The “I Think You’re Great” stamp set is perfect for this technique. If you want details go here.

Here’s what you’ll need to make this card:

Supply List

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1 Response to Wonderful Fall weather for card challenge

  1. Renee Torres says:

    Nice combo! I love the bohemian DSP with the kissing technique and colors you chose. The stamping has lots of dimension.


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