Feeling Like Fall

In CARDS, Technique by amykunkle6 Comments

The weather is definitely changing here in Ohio and all over the country. I feel like this past weekend the thing to do was buy mums. Nearly everyone I talked to about their weekend plans… it included buying mums. Well, that and playing football, it was all my son wanted to do this weekend. So funny, right? What else do you do when the weather cools down?  Getting out hoodies and jackets that you missed wrapping up in, and boots!! Oh, how I love boot season.

I decided to spend some time playing along with some online card challenges – so today’s post will bring together two. If you’re curious about what other crafters did with the challenges, just click through the design image and you’ll magically find yourself there!




Can I say this may be my first time heat embossing on a window sheet? I was a little worried I’d end up with a melted mess, but it was hardly any trouble. Here’s a close up:


Hey, do you know what day it is? {I have to ask myself that quite often! LOL} It’s Tuesday, so there are new weekly deals. Check them out and then browse through some of the Holiday Catalog products, there is bound to be something you want. :) Hostess code for September is: JCSWEXAQ.

Thanks for stopping by, hope you’re enjoying the fall weather!


Supplies Used:

Stamps: And Many More

Paper: Very Vanilla, Blackberry Bliss, Always Artichoke, Cajun Craze, Baked Brown Sugar

Extras: Window Sheet, Gold Embossing Powder, Linen Thread

Ink: Baked Brown Sugar marker, Versamark

Big Shot and Wood Grain embossing folder, Fall Fun framelits


  1. Mike

    Love this vard, Amy! It’s so CAS and the design is great! I especially like the asymmetrical design! Thanks for playing with the Paper Players!

  2. Anne Marie Hile

    Amy, I just love your card! The clean design really makes the fall colors pop. The embossed sentiment on the window sheet is a fun touch. I really want to try it out now…I never really thought about heat embossing on window sheets before. Love it! Thank you for joining us this week at the Paper Players! :)

    1. Author

      Thanks so much Anne Marie! I am glad you liked the heat embossing technique, and I look forward to seeing what you come up with!

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