Fall Leaves Stationery Holder

Card Case

Stationery Box Closed --click for larger view Download Stationery Holder directions

This is a very simple ‘pocketbook’ style stationery holder that looks more involved because of how it is decorated.

You can click to download the step-by-step instructions as well as diagrams and recipe on how to make this easy but very functional card holder.

If you are in the Philadelphia area this weekend, I will be at the Sheridan, King of Prussia, PA as a vendor at the ScrappingGetaways.com and this will be one of my ‘classes on demand’ (basically you can walk up and do a class with me).  For more information about the ScrappingGetaway.com event, click here or email me personally.

Autumn Splendor Redux

Autumn Splendor Stamp Set Yikes, posting two days in a row!  Can you stand it?

I actually have some truly beautiful fall samples to share and they are easy to boot!

This card is with exactly the same set and designer paper as yesterday’s card but with different designs from it and a vertical layout.

Again, I used the Autumn Splendor stamp set from the Holiday Mini Catalog, the  Autumn Meadows designer series paper (#116769, $9.95).

Autumn Splendor Detail The leaves were stamped in Basic Brown and sponged with Really Rust, More Mustard & Not Quite Navy and then cut out and tacked on again.

The greeting was stamped in brown on vanilla, punched out with the oval scallop punch (#114889, $15.95) and layered with chocolate chip cardstock punched from our new Wide Oval punch (#112082, $15.95)… a punch combination I am getting very fond of!  And of course I used the Eyelet Border punch (#113692, $15.95) to create a ‘chair rail’ effect as well.

So, how’d I do?