Happy November! We are officially embarking on the holiday season journey and I can’t think of a better way than to have a calendar page with this beautiful sunflower turned harvest flower stamp set! I love this Painted Harvest set. You can completely change the look with with whatever ink you choose. Pastels make it very springy. Brights are perfect for joyful celebrations.
Here, I chose soft suede as the petal ink and crushed curry for the center. It is a super fast but beautiful stamp. This set is so versatile. If you don’t already have it in your collection, you should snatch it up. Luckily, it is still a current set in the 2018-19 Stampin’ Up Idea Book and Catalog.
Take some time this month to pause and enjoy the holidays. I am so thankful for so many blessings. And, I am thankful that I have the opportunity to be creative. That brings me so much joy.
If you enjoy being creative and would like to make your own calendar, this year, I have something new for you: The PDFs of these calendars! It will look exactly like the calendar above (same fonts) but will be 2019. For $5 you can get the files (calendar, cover page, and cutting instructions) and make as many calendars as you would like! These make PERFECT gifts for family, friends, co-workers. The easels are available in many craft and hobby stores. They fit perfectly in the Stampin’ UP! clear card boxes and make a gorgeous gift. Fill out the form below and I will email you an invoice through square. Once paid, I will email you the files!
When you make your pages, upload to instagram and tag @hanniejoyandco so we can see your beautiful creations!
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I just LOVE fall colors. And Fall. And crackling fires and apple cider. This calendar page reminds me of all that. And, it’s a reminder that I am truly blessed.
This leaf stem comes from the Kinda Eclectic stamp set (see August ) and it is simply stamped in 3 colors… Crushed Curry, Delightful Dijon (retired) and Cajun Craze
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Ahhhh…. November. Thanksgiving. One of my favorite holidays. I like it because it doesn’t have all the hustle that surrounds Christmas. And it gives us a moment to pause, and count our blessings…
This stamp set came with the Gratitude for Days Kit from last year’s occasion’s mini catalog. So again, it is retired…
I hope you have a chance to rest and enjoy this month before all the busyness. I seem to be overwhelmed with busyness as of late, and need this little reminder to be thankful…
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As mentioned last month, I LOVE FALL. I especially love the Thanksgiving season cause it causes to take a moment to pause and remember the things in life for which we are truly grateful. This year has brought LOTS of changes for me and my family… and through that, I am learning how thankful I am for my family. Sometimes we seem to forget to look on those who are closest to us with eyes of gratitude…
So, this month, I have a daily reminder to GIVE THANKS!! And, I need to remember that throughout the whole year…
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Fall in Hawaii had always seemed different to me. Probably because, there isn’t one… I suppose, growing up in Kansas, fall has always been that glorious transition to Thanksgiving. And Thanksgiving is that delightful holiday that ushers in the full-on festivity that is Christmas. And, I suppose it does the same here, except that the weather here doesn’t seem to want to cooperate. Football games in shorts and tank tops just seem strange to me. And I guess I never realized how significant a role the weather plays in this process. But, even though I’ve lived here a while now, I still feel that the holidays sneak up on me. Cause we don’t have the telltale sign of the weather.
All of that is neither here nor there… except it kinda is the reason behind the color scheme of this card. I love fall. And fall colors. And crunchy leaves. But, it doesn’t seem quite right to have all those elements here. Which is why I wanted to make a brighter Thanksgiving card. I chose crushed curry for the color of this card. Now, I know it is a fallish color, but it’s brightness seems to capture a Maui Thanksgiving a little better.
This card uses the label framelits die. I love it cause it comes with a label die sized to fit perfectly inside the cutout.
The Best of Autumn stamp set had several fall images and I kinda wanted to stick with the traditional pumpkin… even though it’s Maui. I used the aqua painter and some tangerine ink to keep with the brighter fall colors. I tried to keep away from the browns (though some of my favorite colors) just to keep the color bright.
The magnificiant maple stamp adds some texture as does the strip of sweater weather DSP. Oh. And my favorite. The burlap. LOVE BURLAP (I think its gonna be the Christmas theme this year.) A vintage brad completed the theme.
I love the Give Thanks stamp that comes in this Best Of… set. Its super cute, not too long (Ever try to fit “Happy Thanksgiving” on a card?? It seems to take up an entire three card fronts.)
Anyway, hope you have a wonderful FALL…. I just saw on facebook that it snowed yesterday in KS. Sometimes, Kansas weather can skip seasons. So, I suppose KS doesn’t always follow what is SUPPOSED to happen. But, here on Maui…. 80s and Sunny. I gotta say, it is fun to go to the beach during Thanksgiving break… 🙂
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Nancy Amato http://stampinallnight.blogspot.com
Melissa Bolinger http://www.stampinup.net/blog/2089191
Jackie Bottomley http://www.jackiebottomley.blogspot.com
Susan Carlson http://www.stampinmomoffour.blogspot.com
Tamra Davis http://www.thecardladies.com
Sherri Eddleblute http://www.sweetestdesigns.blogspot.com
Lynn Embrey http://www.possibilitiestamperstudio.com
Kathy Hamrick http://www.countryroads.typepad.com
Crystal Kondo http://www.card-ed.com
Deb Lehigh http://thestampinhut.typepad.com
Anne Matasci http://www.MauiStamper.wordpress.com
Andi Potler http://www.absolutekreations.com
Michele Reynolds http://www.inspirationink.typepad.com
Sharon Tisdale http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/coveredbridgesstamper/blog
Janet Wakeland http://www.remarkablycreated.com