Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Dry Embossed Fall Card



I'm teaching a class at my LSS, Angela's Happy Stamper at the end of this month. This is one of the cards that we're making in the class. I used a new Lasting Impressions template and some of their new paper too. I just love all their new templates, they are all so cute. It's starting to warm up here again and I am so glad! I like the cool weather, but 40 degrees in October is just too cold for Virginia! Hope you're having nice weather where you are too!

8 comments:

Judy said...

Cute, cute, cute! How fun that you are teaching a class. I've been thinking about approaching an LSS here about doing that, but haven't got up the nerve yet.

Suzanne :O ) said...

that's so awesome that you're teaching a class! that's such a fun card- those pumpkins look so festive sitting on the tree! :)

Traci said...

That is super cute.... Oh I wish I could be in your class. I love that scallop template.... and those pumpkins. This is adorable. Great job!!

Annette said...

I wish I lived closer so I could come to your class, I love your embossed cards! This fall card is adorable!♥ I'm enjoying this nice weather also as people keep telling me we are going to have a bad winter this year. Have you tried to find another dentist? I did go through a few before I found my current one. Maybe they are extra nice to me because I am a big baby! hee hee

Susan said...

How fun to be teaching a class! I hope you enjoy it. I think you will be really great at it. Pretty card!

Janice W. said...

I am with Susan. I think you will be really great at teaching the class! I love your embossed cards!!! I hope you received the rest of the paper I sent and hopefully not mangled by the post office.

Heather the Mooselover said...

What a cute card. I love the colors- perfect to show of the embossing.

rubberstampinzone said...

This card is so darn adorable. I love all the templates you use. You will be fabulous at your teaching gig. They are going to love making that card. They have the most talented peron ever to teach them.
Glad for you that the weather's warmer. You're right 40 degrees is much too cold for October.

Happy weekend wishes!