Orchard Harvest Thinking of You Card

Orchard Harvest was one of those designer papers that I loved as soon as I saw it in the catalog and so I had to get some.  But then my fear of using things up kicked in and I just looked at it and couldn’t bring myself to cut it up.

Well… as I look at my box of retired designer papers that I also couldn’t bear to use up… I am trying to get better and actually enjoy the papers and share them with others. 🙂  So, here is the first step – a fun fall card!


I tried to mix up a few textures and dimension with this card.  We have the patterned paper, embossed Lucky Limeade paper using the Stripes embossing folder, some Stitched Satin ribbon, and then the smallest sized Labels framelit for the sentiment.

I have to admit though, my favorite thing about this card is that I used the colors that were found in the Orchard Harvest paper to pick the other elements of the card.  And so because of that, I discovered that More Mustard and Raspberry Ripple can actually go together!  I would never have thought those colors could go together but they totally do!


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Orchard Harvest Card Recipe
Teeny Tiny Wishes
Ink: Early Espresso, More Mustard
Paper: More Mustard, Lucky Limeade, Whisper White, Orchard Harvest dsp
Accessories: Big Shot, Labels Framelit, Stripes embossing folder, Sponge Daubers, Basic Rhinestones, Stitched Satin Ribbon (Raspberry Ripple), Stampin’ Dimensionals

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