Harvest Hellos

Stampin Up Harvest Hellos

Harvest Hellos is a stamp set that is in the 2020/2021 Stampin’ Up!® Annual Catalog.  It features an apple or a pumpkin along with other images that go well with them.  There are also six sentiments in this set.  Plus, it coordinates with the Apple Builder Punch.  It is perfect for teacher’s, Halloween or Fall cards.

To make this card I first stamped the pumpkin in Pumpkin Pie ink.  Then I colored it using my dark and light Pumpkin Pie Stampin’ Up!® Blends.  I then punched it out using the Apply Builder Punch.  Then I took the leaf stamp from Harvest Hellos and inked it using Old Olive ink and colored it using the light Old Olive Stampin Blends.  Again, I punched this leaf out using the coordinating punch.

After this, I took the long leaves stamp from the Quite Curvy stamp set and stamped that in Old Olive ink and colored it with the light Old Olive Stampin Blends.  The Quite Curvy set is an early release from the January – June 2021 Mini Catalog that you can buy now.  It has these great curvy dies and a coordinating Christmas stamp set called Curvy Christmas.  Curvy Christmas it only available until January 4th and will not be in the next mini catalog.  I stamped the stem and curly vine using Early Espresso ink and then slayed the pumpkin on top using Dimensionals.

I stamped the sentiment using the Quite Curvy stamp set and cut that out using a die from Tasteful Labels.  The Designer Series Paper is called Plaid Tidings and is in the August – December 2020 Mini Catalog (also known as the Holiday Catalog).

Although this is a great Fall card, it doesn’t feel like Fall in Nashville.  Last week it was in the high 70’s to low 80’s so I brought my shorts back out of storage.  I am loving this Nashville weather and do not miss the cold and snow (yes it snowed) in Northern New York.

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