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Printworks NEW stamps for Thanksgiving…




Ahhhhh Autumn!  NEW stamps from Printworks!  Just in time for Autumn colors and crisp apples!  These new images are so wonderful for coloring!

I embossed the images Autumn and Pumpkins, HERE in Ranger Detail White powder, HERE on Ranger watercolor paper, HERE … love how white it is!  I used the smooth side.


Remember to use the code “Pam’s blog” in the comment section of your Printworks order for 5% off!




Have you seen the new Earth Color Bursts?  This was the first time I’d used these watercolor powders! Cindy/SLS has them in stock HERE.  I painted water over the embossed images and ‘poofed’ on a little powder or I should say I just shook the bottle a little. I did end up moving the color some with a paintbrush.





On this card I used the NEW Cornucopia and Happy Thanksgiving stamps, HERE. I stamped in Ranger Archival Coffee Ink and watercolored with Distress Markers, HERE.

I die cut a Geo Fragment die, HERE in the card front and embellished with a wood leaf.





Linking to some challenges…

Repeat Impressions DCC1014 ~ Pumpkin Time

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge – Wonderful Watercolor

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – Color Inspiration


Well, I have two more PW cards to post and then I will post a TE card and get the book winner posted!  So much for a few days… in the meantime, you can still comment to win on that post!  😀


And in other news… the Memory Box cards I was talking about posting, did end up going for a look book, so be watching… I hope it’s soon before everyone has their cards decided!  : )


In the meantime, I know you are enjoying all the new out there and this wonderful Autumn weather!  Happy creating whatever you are working on at the moment!  Seems like we go back and forth, don’t we?!


Thanks for stopping by!  Be sure to click over and see the new stamps from Printworks… Annette, Nicole and Chelsea have put up 5 new collections this year!  SO MUCH FUN!

Happy Fall

Trick or Treat

Live Out Loud

Robot Baby

Fabulous Day



Shop ’til you drop! haha


21 thoughts on “Printworks NEW stamps for Thanksgiving…

  1. Love the cards. This is the first time I have seen a card using the geo fragment die. I really like it. Thanks pam

  2. Wow Pam!! Great cards – the first one is my favorite!
    What is Thanksgiving? When is Halloween and don’t you dare tell me Christmas is right around the cornier!
    I am still trying to sort things out from our move. The hardest part is trying to decide what to get rid of in my stash! Clothes – I could care less. But my stash!!! Well that is entirely another matter.
    Sandy xx

  3. I LOVE the fall/autumn colors and the cards! Wow! So beautiful! The first one is very artisitic!!!!!! Great work!

  4. Beautiful Autumn cards Pam! Love the earth tone ink colors, they are so pretty. The cornucopia stamp is great and it looks like the bounty of the horn of plenty is spilling over in 3D. Love both of your Autumn card creations and as always very nicely done. Thank you for sharing.

  5. The pumpkin card is beautiful IRL. The colors are more vibrant. Love the fall color bursts. The die cut on the cornucopia gives the card character. Only you would come up with something that artistic !!! Great card !!!

  6. WOW!! That first watercolor card is stunning! I haven’t seen anything I’ve love with the color burst until this card, and I LOVE this card! Now I might have to try them! The second card is lovely too! I always love your distress ink watercoloring! Beautiful work on both of these!!

  7. Love both of these cards! I am glad you showed the second card propped open because at first I thought the die cut was actually a stamp! The watercolor on your first card is wonderful and I love how you combined the sentiment with the pumpkins!! 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  8. Squeal – !!! That first card is amazing, and I simply MUST try it!!! Beautifully done, Pam, as always. Please move to Farmington MO and come create with Shirley and me!!! Hugs 🙂

  9. Oh love love the first one – have not been super impressed with the color bursts until now WOW. I agree with Patti J. I think we would both have a spare room for you. LOL

  10. These are both drop dead gorgeous, but I think the first one is my favorite! LOVE that background! That is one of the prettiest fall cards I’ve seen in ages & ages! Brilliant design, Pam!

  11. Love, love, love your first card. The colors are wonderful and so fallish. (I don’t think that is a word.) The second card is so cool with the geo fragments. I’m finding those circle cards are really appealing to me. Got to try them one of these days. Still not getting your emails. It’s okay as I try to check every day.

  12. Awesome cards! My favorite is the first one, the colors are so gorgeous and rich, and the white embossing is brilliant!! Love it! Thanks for joining us this week at Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge!

  13. Both cards are pretty, Pam. I’ve never used those powders, so it was fun to see them in action. They are gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing with us for the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. ~Michelle

  14. All of your autumn cards are gorgeous! I adore the richness and details in your colors and design! So glad that you join the fun over Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Color Inspiration” Challenge!

  15. Two beautiful cards! That first one is sooo gorgeous! Love the embossing and the “water coloring” around the lines. Such a fabulous look. Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built

  16. These are both beautiful ! That first one has me going back again to look at it….simply gorgeous with the watercolors!

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