Happy Fall Y’all! SNS October Blog Hop

Happy Blog Hop Day and Happy Fall Y’all!  We are excited to be celebrating all things FALL with you today!

We have a couple talented bloggers & card makers joining us as guests in the hop today in addition to our regular creative team members.  As always, there is a chance to win prizes and we are randomly selecting a winner for a $50 gift certificate from among all the comments left at each of the blogs.

There’s a SALE this weekend too!  Saturday is World Card Making Day so there will be tons of great products on sale 20-50% off in the online store!  Be sure to check it out!

I’m the lucky one to kick off the fun, and as you may have gathered from some of my recent cards, I’m featuring Autumn Blessings by MFT once again!  I had a card idea in mind, but tweaked it a bit at the end and added some PSL vibes 😉 so I hope you like it!

I colored up the pumpkins from the MFT set and the Pumpkin Spice Latte stamp by Lawn Fawn with Distress Ink & water.   They were all stamped on water color card stock with Archival Ink.  I cut them out with the coordinating dies.  I decided afterwards that this would be a fun project for Distress Embossing Glaze, so I used Clear Embossing Pen to color in the mug and glazed it to give a nice shiny mug!  I used the glaze over Clear Embossing Ink on the sentiment, which I stamped directly on the Kraft card base.

I really wanted to pair these pumpkins with Buffalo Plaid, but my new stamp didn’t arrive in time (I’ll have some fun with it in the near future though!) so I found some patterned paper to use.  A touch of silk ribbon and some glitter (Distress Stickles are the perfect ‘spice’ here… they are discontinued, but still a fave of mine.  Buy some if you find them!) are the finishing touches for my fun FALL card!

I’m not gonna lie, autumn cards are my favorite… so I know that everything the girls have for y’all in this hop will be completely fabulous!  Next up is a visit to see what Susan made!  Here’s all the links if you get lost or need to take a break along the way 🙂

Happy Hopping!  Don’t forget to leave comments for your chance to win the $50 gift certificate!

Inky hugs,


Just for fun- the card featured in our hop graphic this month is actually the card I made for our October 2019 Blog Hop!  You can visit that hop for extra inspiration when you’re done with this one 🙂

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33 Responses to “Happy Fall Y’all! SNS October Blog Hop”What You're Saying

  1. I love this little tableau, with the pumpkins, pretty ribbon and gingham paper! (and I see what you did there, adding the ‘pumpkin spice’ 😉 )

  2. Such a great card Tara – love the shaker full of glitter spice.

  3. Karen Aicken says:

    Such a cute card! Thanks for having me join the hop!

  4. Carol E. Wortman says:

    Happy Fall y’all indeed. The cards are so pretty! Honesty here, I had not heard of scrap n stamp. I was a newer subbie to Karen and she brought me over. Looking forward to going to the store and seeing what cha got. Tee hee. Off to the hop. Pleased to meet cha

  5. Nancy Elrick says:

    Great card, Tara!

  6. Marisela Delgado says:

    What beautiful cards! So pretty!

  7. Denise Bryant says:

    Awesome card… perfect for fall! I love the Pumpkin Spice set you used and the pumpkins!

  8. Susan Powell says:

    Love this card! I think my favorite part is the ‘spice’ – I’ll have to keep my eye out for some distress sprinkles – it totally finishes your card.

  9. Giselle D. says:

    I love the fall too! I really like the brightness of your pumpkins and your spice looks real! Great card!

  10. Brandi says:

    So festive! I’m motivated now to make something similar!

  11. Raquel Mason says:

    The texture on the mug is fantastic! Love the buffalo check pattern!

  12. Cathy Macaulay says:

    Your spice from the shaker bottle was the perfect addition. Great card.

  13. Joan Anderson says:

    That’s so cute! Those are great ideas on how to use the distressed embossing glaze. I should really think about getting some.

  14. Jan says:

    Love this card – it’s a perfect fall basket. Gorgeous colouring and I love the added cinnamon sprinkles!

  15. Sherry Seymour says:

    Thanks so much for taking time to create AND share, I rarely take/get time to create so I appreciate those of you who keep my creative brain longing to craft!!

  16. Patricia Beck says:

    Great card Tara, the colors are so cozy for fall. So love the sentiment and the sprinkles, as pumpkin spice lattes are a favorite of ours. Thanks for sharing.

  17. Meghan Kennihan says:

    Love the little pumpkin sentiment and pumpkins! Great coloring!

  18. Marisela Delgado says:

    So excited for this hop! Such wonderful cards and stamps!

  19. Cheryl Taylor says:

    Love the card! It really looks like there is spice on the top of the whipped cream! Great attention to detail!

  20. Carmen says:

    Loving all the fall colors on this card!

  21. Diane Zalusky says:

    such a cute card. love the plaid, maybe I need to pull out my plaid stamp.

  22. Angela Lunn says:

    I too enjoy creating Autumn projects. Love everything about this card. The colours, the pumpkins, the coffee!

  23. Angela Lunn says:

    I love everything about this card. Especially the coffee.

  24. Darlene Fellows says:

    Love this card. Your colours and the texture are so pretty.

  25. Jeanette Y says:

    Beautiful fall card!

  26. Wahnita Hammond says:

    MFT has awesome stamps and dies! Love the wonderful fall colors you used in your card ♥️

  27. Mary-Anne V says:

    Love the Buffalo plaid and the sweet fall images. Wonderful card.

  28. Carla Hundley says:

    Darling scene on
    your card. Lovely
    Carla from Utah

  29. Dawn Skene says:

    I love this card! The colours are so warm and the ‘spice’ is perfect!

  30. Deepa Mistry says:

    What a warm and cozy looking card! Love the pumpkins!

  31. Patricia says:

    Such a great card to make & share with a bestie that I get lattes with. So cute.

  32. Terry Smith says:

    Happy Thanksgiving. Thanks for the inspiration

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