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Welcome to the What's New with SU!  Blog Hop.  This month the theme is Fall or Halloween!  If you follow my blog or Facebook page ( or Facebook group ( you know I have been loving the Harvest Hellos bundle.  Well the love continues.


This time I paired it with the Birch background stamp.  Love this background stamp.  This is one I definitely would recommend.  Here I stamped it on Crumb Cake cs in Soft Suede ink. I also added a Mossy Meadow cs wreath I cut using the All-Around Wreath dies.   If you are still undecided about the All-Around Wreath dies here are a few samples of what I have made with them; hereherehere, here,  and here.  So, yes the All-Around Wreath Dies are useful and very versatile.


The punch that is in the Harvest Hellos bundle is called the Apple Builder punch and yet I have never used it to punch out an apple.  I will remedy that soon.  I must have pumpkins on my mind since it is all I have used this bundle for.  Here are some ways I have used this fabulous bundle; here, here, and here.  The leaf was stamped with Mossy Meadow ink on Mossy Meadow cs and was fussy cut.  Luckily it is an easy one to cut.  The stem is Early Espresso ink on Early Espresso card stock and punched out using the Apple Builder punch.  The curlicues are from the Detailed Deer dies.  I did a little pruning of the antlers to create the vines.  Finding this die in my collection, made me so happy!  I could customize the vines a little bit and make them longer.  The sentiment is from the Country Home stamp set.

Thank you for stopping by and now it is time to hop on over to see what Heather has created for you.


If you have just come from Heather's blog then hop on over to see what Pia has created.


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margriet siekman

A Beautiful card. A good thing to show the combination of different sets with each other. Thx for sharing!

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thank you Margriet!

Pia Gerhardt

Such a beautiful card Sharon. Love the wreath behind the pumpkins - thank you for the inspiration

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thank you Pia for you sweet comment. The wreath was a happy coincidence. I had some cut wreaths on my table when I started to make this card and thought, why not? I guess that is one advantage of having a messy craft table.

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