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Autumn's Warmest Wishes
by Birgit Norton

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Good morning Poppy peeps!  Birgit here with you today with an autumn card filled with the warmest wishes, that you can make quickly and with few supplies.  Let's get started!

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I began by cutting the pieces of the Nordic Squirrels out of a piece of cream colored card stock.

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I colored the pieces using Copic Markers, in festive fall colors and glued them together using liquid glue.

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For the background, I cut a piece of burnt orange card stock using the Nordic Floral Plate and glued it to an A2 sized, top folding card base.  This makes such a stunning and detailed background!

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I also cut a circle using the Simple Rings die, out of white card stock and glued one of the squirrels and the two leafy sprigs to the circle.  

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After gluing the circle to the front of the card, I then stamped a sentiment from the Christmas Banners stamp set and cut it with the coordinating die.  I attached the sentiment banner to the bottom of the circle, completing this card.  

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I'll be back in a couple of weeks with  a little Christmas inspiration for you.  

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Comments

Hi Birgit, I love this card, I absolutely adore the cute squirrel and the background is gorgeous, I love your composition and the colours you have used.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

he is too cute in his fall sweater, I love the details in him and how it goes with the background so well, great coloring!

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