Nov 162015

Here are three cards made with a fun new set called “Acorny Thank You.”

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This first card is a clean and simple design.

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The acorn was stamped with a water base ink and then shadowed with a Copic marker.

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This acorn uses a couple of the different patterns available in the set.
Stripes + Polka-dots = Love!

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The little heart buttons in my stash were all yellow, but this orange nut needed green.  It just did.  So I took a Copic marker and colored it.  Problem solved.

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Designer paper was used with the acorn punch for these hanging nuts.

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Magnets were placed on the tops and bottoms of each acorn for some mix and match-ability.

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All 3 Cards are joining the Simon Says Monday Challenge: “Thanks/Thanksgiving”

Card 1 is playing along in the following challenges:
Splitcoaststampers “Fall Foliage” Clean and Simple Challenge CAS351
The Card Concept #43 {Thank-Fall} Challenge.  The style is Clean and Simple.
CAS(E) this Sketch #149
Blog619CASEthisSketch149

Card 3 is playing along in three challenges:
Pixie’s Snippets Playground-Week 203.  Lots of snippets of patterned paper on those acorns!
Craftyhazelnut’s Patterned Paper November Challenge
Virginia’s View Challenge #20: Texture!

Happy Crafting!
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Card 1
Stamps: SU “Acorny Thank You”, “Vintage Leaves” and “Gorgeous Grunge”
Papers: PTI Select White
Inks: SU More Mustard, Really Rust, Chocolate Chip and Old Olive; Copic: w0w3
Accessories: SU “Acorn Builder Punch”; Linen Thread

Card 2
Stamps: SU “Acorny Thank You” and “Lighthearted Leaves”
Papers: PTI Select White; Echo Park “The Story of Fall” Designer Paper
Inks: Memento Rich Cocoa; SU Pumpkin Pie and Really Rust; Copic: yg06
Accessories: Pearls; Heart Button; Gingham Ribbon; SU “Acorn Builder Punch”

Card 3
Stamps: SU “Acorny Thank You” and “Lighthearted Leaves” (Inside Sentiment)
Papers: PTI Select White; Echo Park “The Story of Fall” Designer Paper
Inks: Memento Rich Cocoa
Accessories: Twine; Organdy Ribbon; Magnetic Tape; SU “Square Lattice” Embossing Folder” and “Acorn Builder Punch”

20 Responses to “Acorns”

  1. All your cards are wonderful. It’s fun to see the different cards you can come up with using one set. My favorite is the first card cuz I’m a Clean & Simple kinda girl. Thanks for playing along with us at The Card Concept!!

  2. Oh wow Susan, these are absolutely stunning and how clever of you to make the little caps on the acorns interchangeable! Beautiful, and it’s lovely to have you playing in the snippets playground with us and sharing your great ideas.

    Hugs

    Di xx

  3. Gorgeous cards! I love that little acorn and what a brilliant idea to add magnets! Fun!

  4. I love these cute cards. I especially like how you used the sequins!

  5. Susan – I LOVE that first CAS card. It is awesome and so perfect for Thanksgiving. Thanks so much for making it. I’ve been anxious to see what you were going to do with that Acorn Bundle! All the cards are great!

  6. Love all the cards! The CAS card is stunning!
    Thank you for joining us at The Card Concept!
    Lilian
    The Leaf Studio

  7. These are all just great, I love the classy fresh feel to the first one, that was a great idea with the button in your second card, love that sentiment on it too and the ribbon tied at the top like that. The magnet idea is too cute and a great idea for families with young kids, your so creative!!

  8. Oh, my gosh, these cards are so cute! Dang, I love them all! Especially love the polka dots and designer paper and embossing. Oh, heck, I couldn’t pick a favorite!

  9. I love those wonderful acorns on each creation, Susan! They make such nice thank you cards for this season. Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp for the Monday challenge! Happy Thanksgiving!

  10. I love the patterned papers! With that mix and match look they are wonderful. TFS!

  11. Great cards, Susan! You have really showcased how versatile the acorn stamp set is!

  12. What a fabulous line-up of Acorny Thanks!! Love all three and the magnetic change up idea is brilliant!! Thanks for sharing with us at The Card Concept- hugs and have a blessed week!

  13. These are beautiful! I especially love the first!

  14. Wow, are these ever beautiful! And that magnetic tape – sheesh! You’ve thought of every detail. So pretty and fun!

  15. Wow! These are all amazing :) I love how simplicity of first card transforms into more detailed look in your final one :)

  16. Oh, these are all wonderful!

  17. Oh, Susan, these are absolutely fabulous and so adorable! I just love the acorns and the papers you’ve used! I love each one and really would be hard pressed to pick a favorite. But I do love how the last card has acorns with tops that can be interchanged…sweet! I agree with the comment above about the kids enjoying mixing and matching them! And I loved your idea of coloring the button. I’ve done that with ribbon and pearls, but not buttons…yet! Where did you get your magnetic tape? I’ve seen it online but wonder how good it is. Hugs, sweet friend, and thanks again for sharing some really cute Thanksgiving cards!

  18. Great papers fort he acorns. Thanks for joining us at CHNS patterned Paper Challenge this month.

  19. What a fab idea! xxx

  20. You are always thinking outside of the box, and I just love these little magnetic acorn tops you’ve created! All 3 cards are so cute and fun, but those magnets are incredibly clever!!

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