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Autumn Farewell

Hi there

Today I have a card for you that I made for a neighbour who is moving to the UK to live. I admire her courage to take such a huge step in the quest to experience new adventures.

Initially I thought I would do something travel related, but as she isn't looking to return I decided to give her a seasonal farewell.  I was inspired by this lovely card from Wendy Janson, using the 'Faith in Nature' Hostess set. I have had this one stored away in my memory for ages and I hope she likes my take on it. I love the sentiment as I think it echoes her quest.


Project Details
Stamps Faith in Nature (Hostess set), Mega Mixed Messages (not SU)
Card stock & Papers Bazzill White Linen, More Mustard (Textured), Soft Suede, Old Olive, XPress-IT Blending card
Ink Memento Tuxedo Black, Soft Suede
Accessories Off White Seam Binding ribbon (not SU), Basic Rhinestones
Tools     Seeing Spots Embossing Folder, Deckle Ovals & Ovals Nestabilities, Big Shot, 1 1/4", 1 3/8"Circle punches,  Dimensionals, Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border punch, Copic markers, home made Champagne Shimmer Mist

Thanks for stopping by.


Flowers Melbourne

This design is lovely too! I love all your artworks!

Wendy J.

Judy, I love it! It's beautiful! And I know your neighbor will love it too! Thank you so much for the compliment of CASEing! Have a great week!

Kerry S

Lovely card Judy, I think I prefer your version with the seam binding. Your neighbour will love it. Where in the UK is she moving to?

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