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Thank you Card/ Paper Cutz Challenge #115


Hi there, After a few days of illness, and a lot of hectic life stuff, I'm back. I decided to enter the Paper Cuts Challenge # 115 to :  "Make a card, LO or craft project for Fall using LOTS of leaves and any colors you'd like, EXCEPT NO GREEN or BLUE!" 
I love fall colors and leaves, so I decided it should be easy enough. Well, I really wanted to use green, but I'm glad I had to use other colors, because I was happy with the result. So, off it'll go in the mail.
Recipe for this swivel-easel card:
Papers: American crafts, My Minds Eye, Bazzil, scraps
Carts:
 Leaves:Straight from the Nest pg. 56
 Font: Songbird
Top Note: Songbird pg. 51 Frame 1-s and shadow
Cuttlebug :leaves embossing folder
Ink: Ranger Vintage photo
Butterfly: K and Co.
Tutorial for this card by Beate Jones on Splitcoast Stampers.








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  1. Oooh , I like this easel card - very unique. Thanks for joining us this week at Paper Cutz. NancyD

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  2. Awesome!!!! Love all of the leaves and is that a butterfly? Wonderful!!! Thank you for sharing your card with us at Paper Cutz Challenge!!!! :)

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  3. Very pretty easel card, love the cut!
    Thanks for playing along at Paper Cutz Challenge:)

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