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Printworks Collection Fall Cards…


I’m back with two more cards using pieces from that full sheet of leaf watercoloring that I did a couple weeks ago. THIS post tells what I did.

Here I die cut a piece of card-stock with the Memory Box Pinpoint Circle Layers dies, stamped and embossed the new Printworks sentiment, ‘Let our Lives‘ in gold embossing powder and embellished with a poppystamps  Oak Leaf Swirl die cut.

Inside I stamped and heat embossed in gold…the new ‘with warmest thoughts and Best Wishes stamp.


and a close up photo…



For this next card, I cut the piece of leaf background down to fit behind this Avery Elle Pierced Rectangle dies frame that I was able to die cut easily because I haven’t clipped the dies apart yet.

Don’t shoot me. ugh. This poppystamps Maple Leaf isn’t showing up in the stores I usually link to!  So sorry about that. I didn’t realize it was a bit older and didn’t check first. Bummer cuz the little leaf border really worked up fun like this I thought. Hopefully you already own it! hehe (or google it)


On the inside I stamped another new sentiment from Printworks ‘Thankful‘.  I love it, there are places to add a little coloring!

The little 3mm gold pearls I used are HERE.


Both of these cards are A2 size.

I’m linking up to some challenges with these cards…

Scrapyland Challenge #54 – Give Thanks My first card is a winner!  Thank you so much Scrapyland ladies!


The Card Concept #62 – Thanksgiving, Clean and Layered

Die Cuttin Divas #292 – Thanksgiving

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge – Thanks/Thanksgiving – my cards were in the spotlight this week!  Thank you Cathie and Kath! 


Happy Little Stampers – Anything Goes with dies

So fun to share some thanks with you today!  I am thankful and appreciate you stopping by my blog! Talk to you again soon!

26 thoughts on “Printworks Collection Fall Cards…

  1. Pam, these are beautiful…love the watercolored leaves and the wonderful sentiments. I’ve loved that you’ve paired Printworks and Memory Box…two of my favorites!

  2. Hi Pam wonderful cards today … love the embossing … I’m getting the strangest thing when I get an update that you’ve just posted something new. It comes to my inbox as Ribbons n Things Stamps Paper… Any idea why it’s doing that.

  3. Greetings from New Mexico, my friend! Hard to believe the we head home tomorrow. Have had a bit of grandparent heaven! Love these cards, Pam! Beautiful stamps, and beautiful showcasing of them. My fave is the first one. The colors are just gorgeous! Have a great Sunday. We’re off to church, then out to lunch. Hugs!

  4. OH my!!! Stunning is not near strong enough to describe these cards! Wow! They are so pretty! I just love the aqua in fall cards! The clustering in the second one is just amazing! But sheesh! I’m so perturbed that I can’t get that maple leaf die…. ( wink 😉

  5. Wow, these are absolutely stunning!! The leaves look amazing!! I love the colors!! Gorgeous, gorgeous cards!! Thank you so much for playing along at Scrapy Land!!

  6. Love your cards! I saw your blog and Printworks pop up in my email today and I am so glad I clicked on it. Beautiful job. I haven’t made a card in months but seeing your Printworks cards always inspires me, and I love there stamps. I looked at your other posts that I missed and saw there dog and cat stamps too. So cute! Wonderful cards. 🙂 Maybe I will make a card tonight.

    Katie B.

  7. Wow! Two gorgeous cards and some awesome sentiments! I love how those leaves do the outline, as well. Gosh, I’m always using older stuff I can’t link to, but the inspiration is the important thing. Your watercoloring is so gorgeous and colorful. You’ve proven that fall cards don’t have to be all brown and orange. I had to go check out those Printworks sentiments. I really need some new ones for Thanksgiving.

  8. Oh my gosh, these are GORGEOUS! I love these colors for Fall. Wonderful job!

    Thank you for sharing with us at Die Cuttin’ Diva’s!

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