My card was inspired by Fall, and also the leaf I was cut to put into the die catalog. I'm This leaf made it to the card...The letters in the word Fall were cut using a Spellbinder Alphabet dies. I think this is one of the first die sets I purchased many years ago. I found a piece of copper colored foil-ish paper. I adhered the letters to layers of heavy stock from my stash. I don't know if you can see it, but I made the charm attached to the ribbon, it's cut from card stock and glued in with Crystal Accents. I still need to finish the inside. I'll be doing that in the morning and then it's going into the mail to send to my buddy Thelma. (shhhh don't tell her!) She doesn't have a computer so I think I am safe!
Here is what one of the boxes of dies look like....Maybe I'll actually be able to find what I'm looking for...
I used to giggle when my daughter was cleaning her room. She'd find all kinds of treasures, guess what, I'm finding dies I'd forgotten I have and dies I'm wondering why they are not used more often. This has been a treasure hunt! Amy I will no longer giggle!
I'm going to post my card on Di's blog. Lots of snippets in this card and more to come when I finish the inside. Check out Di's blog. I've met tons of people hopping across the pond. As a matter of fact, Brenda (the winner of my blog-aversary) is someone I met through either Julia or Di I can't remember which. If you want to meet some slightly silly folks (ok a whole lot more than slightly...join in and play along.
I'm heading off to bed. Tomorrow Cathy and Virginia are coming to finish cutting some scrapbook and card graphics. I can't wait to show them my tidy die collection, Until later.....
Hugs to all,