Sheltering Tree Fall

Good Morning Everyone ~ wanted a simple Fall card today so created a Sheltering Tree Fall for you today.

Well I did not get my license yesterday.  I went to the DMV and the wait was 3 hours.  Needless to say I did not stay.  They only have 2 examiners instead of 6 so that is why the wait is so long.  This wait is a lot longer than the wait in St. Mary’s.  I thought we were bad!  And to make this worse, we are now looking at Hurricane Michael to come into our area tonight and tomorrow as a Tropical Storm.  They are predicting about 2 inches of rain and some strong winds.  I am so glad they got my lot cleared and I don’t have to worry about a tree coming down on Barb and Doug’s house.  There are 2 large trees that are not on my land that it would be nice if they came down in this storm then I don’t have to worry about them on my house.  Time will tell as the storm is supposed to be totally out of the area by Friday evening.  I hope it will do minimal damage as the people here cannot take more time without electricity and their houses being flooded.

In keeping with my Fall theme this week I have another Fall idea for you.  This time I used the Sheltering Tree stamp set.  I stamped the tree using Soft Suede.  Then using Cherry Cobbler, Crushed Curry, and Pumpkin Pie and the small leaf stamp I stamped the image repeatedly on the tree.  Then I also added some of the leaves on the ground under the tree.  I mounted the tree onto a piece of Cherry Cobbler card stock.  A piece of Whisper White card stock was dry embossed using the Woodland embossing folder.  A used the Crumb Cake ink pad and swiped it across the embossed image to add some color to highlight the embossing.  I added my retired ribbon  on the bottom, and then using Multipurpose Liquid Glue to attach the panel to a Crushed Curry card base.  The stamped tree was then added to the card base using dimensionals.  Here is my completed Sheltering Tree Fall creation.




















inside of card and envelope












Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation


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