Pumpkin Thank You Cards – SO Cute!

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Make some of the pumpkin thank you cards for Thanksgiving!

These adorable pumpkin thank you cards would be so perfect to thank people around Thanksgiving or for any other expression of gratitude in the Fall season. Imagine including one of these with a pumpkin pie! Adorable, right? Let’s learn how Julie made these so we can get in on the fun!

First, Julie used our new Classic Pumpkins die and cut some scraps of different shades of rusts and oranges for her little pumpkins. She also used our Pumpkins and Ivy die to cut her vines and leaves from different shades of green. Julie used her piercing tool to add some veins to the leaves and put the pumpkins together using some foam adhesive to give them the depth we designed the dies to create with the layering.

Julie use our Circle Stitch One Piece Combined Die to cut a white card stock ring – this die is perfect for this kind of thing! – and arranged her little elements around it, sticking them down with some liquid glue as she went to make sure her lovely wreath shape stayed in place.

Julie then cut two squares from white and rust card stock with our Nested Square Stitch die set for her layers and a panel using our Nested Rectangle Stitch dies for her card front. She layered these together and then set her wreath over the white square. She used the “So” from our Build A Phrase #1 set in combination withe the “Thankful” from our Kittie Says Phrases #1 set to stamp her sentiment onto the white rectangle below her wreath.

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Here are the items Julie used today to make this adorable card:

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Just look at all that dimension! People won’t be able to stop looking at these pumpkin thank you cards and we are betting you will have to really convince them you made these yourself! Think about how many thank you cards you might have to send this Fall and consider whether these could be your “signature” card this year!

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