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Fall Cards/ Smiley Faces/Blackletter

The little leaves are separate stamps. I used pop dots for dimension.

The pumpkin is embossed with Cuttlebug Swiss Dots.


Oops! Wasn't dry yet!
I used the free download of Smiley faces for the Pumpkin card and Blackletter for the frames on both cards. Paper is Card Kraftstock and DCWV Fall collection. I also used Glaze medium on the pumpkin leaf and Tim Holtz distress ink for the edges. TFL!

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