Here is another card that I've been wanting to try out. It's called a Double Slider. You can find the instructions at SCS HERE. I used really rust and chocolate chip cardstocks for the card base and slider backings. I used a retired Stampin Up DSP. I think it may have been called Outlaw? The Stampin Up greeting set I used is called FYI. The ribbon is the pumpkin pie satin with the dusty durango polka dot in the center.
Notice the cute little faces on the pumpkins? They were stamped with PK-550 Pumpkin Faces from Peachy Keen. They make all sorts of fun faces for animals, people, snowmen, etc. I'll be the first to admit that I don't draw faces very well, so I was so excited when I found these stamps! I just added a little white highlights to the eyes with a white unibal gel pen. The pumpkins are punched out of textured pumpkin pie cardstock. The largest one is 3 wide ovals, middle one is 3 large ovals and the small one is 3 of the 1 3/8" circles. Sponge the edges of pieces with really rust ink. I cut the large heart from Heart to Heart in half out of old olive cardstock to create the leaves and freehand cut the stems out of cocoa cardstock. The center section of each pumpkin is raised with a pop dot.
Hope you all like my little pumpkin card!
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