Friday, September 17, 2021

September/October Catalog New Product Blog Hop


Welcome to our Blog Hop where we are featuring NEW seasonal products contained in our September/October Idea Book. Released September 1st, you will find Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas-themed products that are perfect for any of your papercrafting needs. 

If you are coming from Darlys's Blog, you are on the right track. Continue to make your way around the digital circle to see what we have to share with you. Should you get lost along the way, you will find a list of participants here

I love when a handmade greeting card comes together so beautifully and without a whole lot of effort. But, who would know the difference unless I told them? LOL I chose to use the gorgeous Pumpkin Spice Collection, incorporating patterned paper, coordinating cardstock, some stickers, Gold Shimmer Trim, a Wood Button and Gold Glitter Gems

For the accent stitches around the Paprika cardstock, I did dry embossing. To achieve this look, I turned my paper on the backside, and using a papertrimmer and stylus, I made the stitched markings. Color was removed, to expose the white core, by rubbing them with a sanding block. I love how easy it is to achieve this result. 

AND...I'm totally excited about these Pumpkin Spice Wood Stickers! Who would have known? Their veneer feel are wonderfully different and great to incorporate into your creations.

Now, head on over to CatScrapbooking to see what she has to share with you. Thank you for leaving your comments. We greatly appreciate them!

Happy crafting!


  1. Love your card! I really thought you had hand stitched around the edge! LOL.

  2. Your card is so pretty! Great job!

  3. What a gorgeous card, it makes me feel all cozy!

  4. Adorable!! I love how all the little touches come together to create one, beautiful whole.

  5. Wonderful card! I love the dry embossed stitching! I totally need to try this!

  6. Many players are preparing enough New World Coins for the launch of New World.

  7. Oh my, I love how you create the look of stitching! That's something I haven't seen before and it looks great!


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