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One of my favorite parts of fall is apples! Honeycrisp are my top pick. I added a few to a bag to gift to a friend and the new Autumn Apple Cider stamp set was perfect for creating a festive fall tag and card duo to add the perfect handmade touch to the gift.
My card measures 4.25 x 4.25 cut from premium Polar White card stock. I added a Large Detailed Circle Frame Confetti Cut and added a scrap of the Hello Holidays 6x6 Paper behind it. I stamped the sentiment from Autumn Apple Cider stamp set. I colored up the apple and cinnamon bundle with copics, then cut out the images with the matching Autumn Apple Cider Confetti Cuts.
I love the Circle with Burst Tag and used the Large Detailed Circle Frame again to dress it up. I added the apple cider mug and stamped a partial sentiment from the same set into the center of the mug in Midnight ink.
My second project for today started with the cool new All Lined Up Cover Panel in Premium Polar White. I stamped the sentiment from Fall Flowers in Wine ink along the middle center strip. It was a perfect fit!
I wanted to keep the sentiment simple since the Fall Flowers are the showstopper! I colored them up with Copic Markers and cut them out with the matching Fall Flowers Confetti Cuts. I used some foam dimensions to pop them up. Here's a closer look. I added the finished panel to the top of a Sand A2 card base. It's such a pretty autumn card, dontcha think?