Monday, August 22, 2022

Sneak Peek: Squirrel Friends, Fall Scenes, Autumn Greenery & Autumn Tree Dies

Hello and welcome to the first day of our Sneak Peek Week!  Each morning this week I am showcasing cards using our newest Fall & Holiday collections which will be available to purchase on Friday, August 26th.

Today I am sharing ideas using our new Squirrel Friends Stamps, Fall Scenes Stamps, Critter Country Paper, Autumn Tree Dies and Autumn Greenery Dies. Let's jump in! 

Card No. 1:  Up first is a card combining the squirrels, tree stump, tree branch and acorns from our new Squirrel Friends set with the tree and fence border from the new Fall Scenes set. The Fall Scenes dies only cut above the fence line and around tree to give you maximum flexibility when it comes to how long your want your scene to go and I elected to color around my die-cuts with a Copic Marker to help them blend in with my inked up sky background to make my cut lines disappear. For my grass, I masked off the tree trunk and space above the grass and think blended Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn Distress ink

For my sentiment I heat embossed my birthday greeting using Hero Arts White Detail Embossing Powder and Versamark Ink, stamping them onto a brown tone-on-tone polka-dot print from our new Critter Country Paper pack. To finish off my scene, I added a stitched edge along the bottom of my scene using our Slimline Basic Border Dies and added clouds to my background from our Plane Awesome Stamps.
Sunny Studio Blog: Fall Birthday Card (using Fall Scenes, Squirrel Friends & Plane Awesome Stamps and Critter Country Paper)

Card No. 2: My second card once again uses the same Squirrel Friends and Fall Scenes sets, but this time I gave the tree and fence border a different look by coloring the fence a different color and changing the leaves on my tree to shades of golden yellow for fall. I added our stitched Fluffy Cloud Dies to my background and stamped a sentiment from our Happy Harvest Stamps. This time rather than masking my grass, I just colored the space with Copics not worrying too much about how well it was blended because the simple strokes with my pen for the blades of grass helped hide any imperfections.Sunny Studio Blog: Fall Critter Raking Autumn Leaves Card (using Fall Scenes and Squirrel Friends Stamps & Fluffy Clouds Dies)

Card No. 3:  For this card I let our new Autumn Tree Die take center stage, adding the optional apples that come with the set. I had so much fun making this and I love how versatile this tree die is depending on the leaves you use!  In fact you can use it without any leaves at all for winter and Halloween cards to really stretch it. To start, I inked up a panel with Tumbled Glass distress ink and adhered a grassy border I had leftover from another card which had been colored with Copic Markers and cut with our Slimline Nature Border dies. I then die-cut it to add the stitching to my card's edge using our Frilly Frames Quatrefoil Die.

For my tree, I added definition to each leaf with a quick swipe of my Copic Marker on one half of the leaf and then added some shading in the same way to one side of each apple. I then added a little shine with my favorite Sharpie White Extra Fine Point Paint Pen. To compliment my scene, I added the apple barrel from our Fall Friends Stamps and the squirrels from Squirrel Friends Stamps (I'm realizing I really need to get more creative with my stamp names. LOL). For my greeting I heat embossed a sentiment from our Fruit Cocktail Stamps.

Sunny Studio Blog: Critters Picking Apples Card (using Squirrel Friends & Fall Friends Stamps and Autumn Tree Die)

Card No. 4: For this Squirrel Friends card I used one of the new patterned paper backgrounds from our Critter Country Paper pack. I always love working with these scene style papers and have fallen in love with how easy they make things. I incorporated the girl from our Fall Kiddos Stamps to rake the leaves from our Fall Scenes Stamps and used a greeting from the Fall Kiddos set as well. Somehow my images didn't quite feel like they were looking right with the white borders from the dies against the patterned paper backdrop so I elected to fussy cut the images out and go around the edges with a Memento Tuxedo Black Marker to hide any imperfections in my cutting. To complete my card I added a stitched edge once again with our Slimline Basic Border Dies and a little striped patterned paper strip from that same new Critter Country Paper pack to tie all the colors in my card together and add a little extra interest to my card.Sunny Studio Happy Autumn Girl Raking Fall Leaves Card (using Squirrel Friends & Fall Kiddos Stamps, Critter Country 6x6 Paper & Slimline Basic Border Dies)


Card No. 5: Up Next is a maple tree using our new Autumn Tree Die together with the squirrel, tree stump and greeting from our Squirrel Friends Stamps. To add a little definition to my tree trunk, I traced the embossed lines from the die using my Copic marker in just a slightly darker color.  For my background I used a yellow checked print from our Critter Country Paper pack and framed my scene using our Frilly Frames Chevron Dies. I then masked off the edges using Therm-o-web's Purple Tape and inked in my grass and sky using distress inks. I just adore this squirrel hugging his acorn--It makes me smile every time I see him!Sunny Studio Blog: Fall Critters with Acorn & Falling Leaves Card (using Squirrel Friends Stamps, Critter Country Paper, Autumn Tree and Mini Mat & Tag 4 Die)


Card No. 6: For my last Squirrel Friends card of the day, I used our Nutty For You die turning it into an acorn house with the window and door elements from our Gingerbread House Dies and then hung it from a tree branch using Out on a Limb Die and two oak leaves from our new Autumn Greenery Dies. I was so happy with how all the elements came together! 

To add interest to my oak leaves I inked them using Fossilized Amber, Wild Honey, Spiced Marmalade & Rusty Hinge distress inks. These are not colors that get a ton of use in my craft room, but they are so gorgeous for fall and after making this card it made me want to be better about pulling them out more often. Once again I used our Frilly Frames Quatrefoil Die to add the simple stitched border to the edge of my A2 sized card panel--I felt like it subtly framed my scene and made my card feel complete.
Sunny Studio Blog: Fall Acorn House Hanging From Tree Branch Card (using Squirrel Friends Stamps, Autumn Greenery, Out on a Limb and Nutty For You Die)

Card No. 7: Switching focus to our new Autumn Greenery Dies, I created a fall wreath of sorts by inking up a number of different leaves with a variety of distress inks. I have been in the habit of always starting with white cardstock for my die-cutting, but in this case I shaved considerable time by cutting out my leaves from colored cardstock and added definition with the darker inks to the edges. I love how vibrant they turned out with very little effort and I think these dies have the most incredible detail with the veins. So pretty!

For my background I cut a colorful polka-dot print from our new Critter Country Paper pack trimmed down to 5" square and then die-cut a circle from white cardstock using our Stitched Circle Small Dies. I then arranged my leaves around the circle, doing my best to space out and alternate the colors and styles of leaves. When I was satisfied, I carefully moved them one at a time and adhered them to my background using liquid adhesive before adding my stitched circle over the top. For my greeting, I inked up a piece of cardstock using Broken China Distress Ink and layered several stacked "thank you" word die-cuts using our Slimline Scalloped Frame Dies. Lastly I added a couple of acorns from the Autumn greenery dies which had been inked with Tea Dye and Vintage Photo distress inks.

Sunny Studio Blog: Polka-dot Fall Leaves & Acorn Thank You Card (using Autumn Greenery & Slimline Scalloped Frame Dies and Critter Country Paper)

Card No. 8 & 9: Next up are two cards using the same layout and design with two different patterned papers from our Critter Country Paper pack, together with our new Autumn Greenery Dies. To frame my leaves and help them standout from the background, I used our new Mini Mat & Tag 1 Dies and Mini Mat & Tag 4 Dies, layered over our Gingham Jewel Tones Paper which had been cut out using our Stitched Rectangle Dies.  Sunny Studio Blog: Fall Leaves & Acorn Card Set (using Autumn Greenery, Mini Mat & Tag Dies and Critter Country Paper)

As a last touch I added border strips to each card using the border print paper from the same Critter Country Paper pack and stamped the greeting from our Beautiful Autumn Stamps using Versafine Clair Pinecone Ink.Sunny Studio Blog: Fall Leaves & Acorn Card Set (using Autumn Greenery, Mini Mat & Tag Dies and Critter Country Paper)

Both these cards came together very quickly using leftover leaves from my wreath style card and yet I really love the finished results! This would be such an easy design to mass produce if you were wanting to make a bunch of cards at once. The patterned paper really does most of the work for you which I love!Sunny Studio Blog: Beautiful Fall Leaves Card Set (using Autumn Greenery, Mini Mat & Tag Dies and Critter Country Paper)

Card No. 10: For my last card of the day I couldn't leave without sharing an idea for the House border from our new Fall Scenes Stamps. I started by inking my background using Mermaid Lagoon, Prize Ribbon and Chipped Sapphire Distress Ink and then spritzed it with water splatters to lift some of the ink. I then added a few white dots in varying sizes using my Sharpie White Extra Fine Point Paint Pen. However, something felt off and I had this nagging feeling my spots looked more like snowflakes than stars so I ended up going back over them with a yellow Copic marker to turn the dots yellow and I really like the results.

For my scene I cut it out using the coordinating dies, however the trees and fence stood out with it's bright white background against my night's sky so I ended up coloring my die-cut edges again to match the background using Copic makers which I thought disguised it well. For my kitty and cauldron in the foreground I used images from our Bewitching Stamps and a pumpkin from our new Too Cute To Spook Stamps which I will be sharing more of with you tomorrow. I also used the moon from our Scared Cat Stamps and our Chloe Alphabet Dies to spell out the word "happy" which I paired with the word "Halloween" from our Happy Thoughts Stamps.
Sunny Studio Blog: Halloween Card (using Fall Scenes, Scaredy Cat, Bewitching & Too Cute To Spook Stamps)

That wraps up today's sneak peeks. I'm so happy you spent part of your day with me today. I read all your comments and they mean so much!  I'd love to give a $25 gift code to one lucky winner using the rafflecopter below. 

We will be having daily contests and a big 7th birthday Blog Hop this Friday with more giveaways at every stop on the hop. All contests will run through Friday, September 2nd at Midnight PST with winners announced here on Sunday, September 4th. :)

a Rafflecopter giveaway Here's a closer look at the our new Squirrel Friends StampsFall Scenes StampsCritter Country PaperAutumn Tree Dies and Autumn Greenery Dies used today (which will be available to purchase starting on August 26th):

Sunny Studio Stamps Blog: Introducing New Squirrel Friends 4x6 Clear Photopolymer Stamp Set Sunny Studio Stamps Blog: Introducing New Squirrel Friends Critter Metal Cutting Dies 

Sunny Studio Stamps Blog: Introducing New Fall Scenes Halloween & Autumn Tree Border 4x6 Clear Photopolymer Stamp SetSunny Studio Stamps Blog: Introducing New Fall Scenes Halloween & Autumn Tree Border Metal Cutting Dies

Sunny Studio Stamps Blog: Introducing New Fall Autumn Tree Metal Cutting Dies with Leaves & Apples Sunny Studio Stamps Blog: Introducing New Autumn Greenery Fall Leaves & Acorn Metal Cutting Dies

Sunny Studio Blog: Introducing New Critter Country 6x6 Fall Autumn Patterned Paper Pad

Other Sunny Studio Supplies Used:

Chloe Alphabet Dies
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Stitched Rectangle Dies
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Bewitching Stamps
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Bewitching Dies
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Fall Friends Dies
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Gingerbread House Dies
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Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad
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Tsukineko Jumbo Dauber
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Versafine Onyx Black Ink
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Gingham Jewel Tones 6x6 Paper
Gingham Jewel Tones 6x6 Paper
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Beautiful Autumn Stamps
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Fruit Cocktail Stamps
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Happy Thoughts Stamps
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Nutty For You Dies
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Fluffy Clouds Dies
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Plane Awesome Stamps
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Frilly Frames Quatrefoil
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Slimline Basic Borders
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Slimline Nature Borders
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Slimline Scalloped Frame
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Scaredy Cat Stamps
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Scaredy Cat Dies
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Stitched Circle Small Dies
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Out on A Limb Dies
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Hero Arts Morning Glory Ink
Hero Arts Intense Black Ink
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Versafine Clair Ink- Acorn
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Versafine Clair Ink- Pinecone
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Hero Arts White Detail
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Fall Friends Stamps
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Fall Kiddos Stamps
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Fall Kiddos Dies
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VersaMark Watermark Ink
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87 comments:

  1. What a great release, such wonderful projects too!!!!

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  2. Love the squirrel images and wonderful fall cards created. The patterned paper is perfect! Love the release.

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  3. Boy, do I love those squirrels. Already looks like it is going to be a great release.

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  4. Absolutely adore the squirrels and paired with the new tree and fence!! Perfect pair combo Sunny Studio!! Again Love the new release!🌈

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  5. I love those squirrels!

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  6. Great release. The squirrels are super cute!

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  7. Love these squirrels....I have several fall traditions I look forward to...2 of my grandchildren play travel ball...one baseball and one softball and both of them start up again in the fall. And we have 2 Fall birthdays in our family so that is fun!

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  8. these are just adorable

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  9. We moved this spring so we will have to make some new fall traditions!

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  10. These are all so cute and amazing!! Can’t wait to get my hands on these new sets! Love each and every card you’ve created ❤️

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  11. Wow Mendi you are a cardmaker genie. I am always surprised how nice your trees are. And this release is wonderful again with the cute squirrels.
    XO
    Elize
    Card a lize

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  12. Wow! Beautiful cards. Thank you for sharing them.

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  13. Gorgeous cards and fun scenes you created. Love
    all those squirrels & their cute faces. I always look
    forward to Thanksgiving as my whole family gets
    together. <3

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  14. Always love to see new Fall stamps. Cute squirrels!

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  15. I love these examples! I have a couple of the past stamp sets. Autumn is such a fun time to make cards for!

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  16. I enjoy decorating for fall

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  17. Love all the fall/Halloween colors!

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  18. I love making apple cider and walking through the fall leaves. These stamp sets are a great start to the release.

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  19. These are so cute! I especially love the squirrels getting into the apples. Tradition: having a Halloween party for our grandkids before we go out trick or treating. They talk about it ALL YEAR LONG!!

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  20. So cute. I like making and canning apple sauce in the Fall.

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  21. Oh my goodness πŸ–€πŸŽƒπŸ–€ the Fall Scene background are adorable and I love that tree die! **Faints dramatically

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  22. Hi, Mendi! What a great showcase! I am loving the tree die and the fall scenery set! I am looking forward to making new fall traditions this year; my 2022 has been all about doing something new.

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  23. I’m looking forward to pumpkin carving. My kids do such a great job.
    I’m loving this release! The squirrels are adorable!

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  24. I love these sweet cards- the squirrels are so cute! My husband and I are taking a trip to Wisconsin to see the fall foliage!

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  25. Fabulous new release. Love that apple tree.

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  26. Wonderful samples!
    I love taking a walk to look at the beautiful changing colors in my area!

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  27. I love the tree and fence!


    I also really look forward to making applesauce and visiting the pumpkin farm with my kiddos.

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  28. Decorating the house for fall. And having s'mores cooked over bonfires in the back yard.

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  29. Looking forward to cooler weather and picking pumpkins!

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  30. Love the little critters and the Fall colors. The cards above are so Fall(ish)....

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  31. I'm looking forward to decorating my home and front porch for fall. I also love our family trip to the apple orchard.

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  32. I think the squirrels are adorable. Loving some fall weather and I especially am excited for the Halloween holiday. Nicely done & TFS

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  33. The happy haunting card is to die for! Its soooo cute!

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  34. Oh my, everything is fantastic! Can't wait for the release.

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  35. The squirrels are TOO CUTE! I am looking forward to decorating my house for Halloween!

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  36. As usual, I love this new addition to your great collection of amazing stamps/dies, etc. I'll have to add this to my collection of squirrel items. My Wonder Hubby loves squirrels and feeds several of them peanuts on our balcony every day. He has Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis and unable to use his right side, unable to walk without great effort using his walker. Anyway, this fun little squirrel feeding project brings him a little fun into his day. TMI. Sorry : (
    Both our birthdays and our "day we met" anniversary is in September so that's always something to look forward to in the fall. I adore all the stunning fall colors we've seen as we traveled around the country since we retired from 30 years of teaching. (Before my cancers + his MS diagnosis). Living in colorful Colorado with our brilliant yellow aspen trees exploding is always something that makes us grateful to enjoy for as long as they last each year. Great!

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    1. No such thing as TMI with me. Such a fun activity to look forward to each day. I adore squirrels! We're just finally having some return to our neighborhood after them leaving for almost 10 years (due to new construction) and I'm having so much fun watching them. P.S. I'm a September Birthday too. :)

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  37. I am looking forward to football games and fall hiking! Love those Fall leaves!!

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  38. Dear Mendi -
    I'm so excited to see all these goodies. The cards you shared above are AMAZING!! The Autumn Greenery and the paper pad are my faves - at least for now. All the items look fantastic, though!
    Lori S in PA

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  39. I am just nuts about those squirrels!

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  40. Hello,
    Love the squirrels..my fall tradition is just enjoying the cool brisk air on my walks…can’t wait for cooler temps..

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  41. I am looking forward to decorating the house with fall items and making some spiced apple cider.

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  42. Hi
    Can’t wait to see the rest of the collection, off to a great start. Not really a tradition but can’t wait for the brisk fall temps. to arrive.

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  43. So much cuteness!!, loving the projects from the DT!…can’t wait to see more!

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  44. The Fall tradition that I am most looking forward to is going out for drives in the country to see all the beautiful colors of leaves. Living in Tennessee is great for viewing beautiful countrysides. Thanks for the inspiration today and a chance to win. :D

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  45. We try to go to the mountains to see the leaves and pick apples every year. (Hoping like crazy we get to this year, but got a whole lot going on.)

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  46. Marisela Delgado said: Squirrels and I have a complicated relationship. They dig up my plants, I yell at them and plan their punishment. haha mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  47. Everything is absolutely wonderful! I love those darn squirrels! I have a love/hate relationship with our squirrels. LOL Paper is very pretty!

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  48. Day one is captures fall completely. I can't wait to see the rest of the release!

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  49. Such sweet showcases! The fall traditions we look forward to are our hikes to Lake Louise and Johnson's Canyon. The cooler temperatures and the leaves dressed in fall colours make for wonderful outings, especially for Lily, our mini schnauzer.
    ~carol

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  50. your seasonal release for fall/christmas is always my favorite

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  51. Thanksgiving with my family is always my favorite. Food, family, and fun relaxing times before the holiday rush. <3

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  52. I love all the release but for today, I looooove this paper pack. You guys makes the BEST paper pack! I "HOARD" papers (!! ) and I have the most paper pack from Sunny Studio stamps! Not only the designs but also love the quality of papers! I sometimes grab one of YOUR paper, then, start thinking of the card design, being inspired by that paper, when I don't come up with the card design, which I usually think from the stamps!! I love your papers so much!! <3

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  53. Great release! I have been looking forward to your fall release for some time now!!!! You never disappoint! Fall means card crafting, apple pie, and all the fall decor...so much fun!!!!

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  54. I always look forward to getting apples from our local orchard. btw, love all the squirrels.

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  55. love going for forest walks and kicking up the crispy colorful leaves

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  56. Squirrels and Halloween cards are awesome!

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  57. The only real Fall tradition we have is Thanksgiving so I look forward to my husband and my adult son cooking another amazing meal together.

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  58. Looking forward to seeing the leaves change color for the first time in 26 years. :D

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  59. Those squirrels are super cute! And the fall scene stamp set really caught my eye! Fall is my favorite season - looking forward to cooler weather, going into the mountains to view Mother Nature at her finest, baking apple and pumpkin yumminess, and watching football!

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  60. Fall is my favorite season and the Fall scenes stamp set is so wonderful!! All your cards are so beautiful!

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    1. Upss!! It’s not anonymous btw!

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  61. Cute squirrels! They always plant interesting things in interesting spots in my yard trying to hide food that they later forget, LOL! Lately fall has meant time to really enjoy fresh, cool air both outside and inside the house. I'll do plenty of planting of things that I couldn't do without in the Spring and then my motivation evaporated with the hot temps. I'm also planning on getting some more bulbs to plant in the yard (since the squirrels seem to eat those over time and they definitely have no problem finding them!)

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  62. We don't really have any fall traditions except going to the Harvest Festival at our church. Such cute squirrel cards!

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  63. For my birthday each October, we drive up to a resort in Wisconsin for Sunday Brunch and then take a walk along the lake front and enjoy the fall leaves.

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  64. That apple tree die card is amazing. I love the die cut tree, the squirrels are cute but I love how the one is climbing the tree and your grass! The grass is wonderful.

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  65. The squirrels are adorable! Fall is in the air!

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  66. Squirrels are one of my favorite critters. I love all the cards and the paper pack.

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  67. Shari OlsonAndersonAugust 26, 2022 at 7:02 AM

    Fall is my favorite season, love watching leaves float down into river and swirl & twirl as they ride it down.

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  68. What a fun fall release. I always “fall” for your cute paper stack designs.

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  69. I am looking forward to fall hikes.

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  70. I love the squirrels. This set brings me such joy.

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  71. I love going for walks in the fall and looking for colorful leaves to add to my decorations at home. I'm thinking of all kinds of ways to use the great Autumn Greenery dies!

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  72. I love those squirrel cards. I enjoy those critters everyday. It is an adorable stamp set. tyfs :)

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  73. My favorite fall tradition is changing the decorations on my front door, fireplace and mantel. I miss the changing of the leaves.

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  74. These busy little squirrels are adorable! Favorite fall tradition was going apple picking every year with my mom.

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  75. Adorable cards! I'm so ready for fall, my favourite thing to do is bake! Apple crumble, apple pie, and gingerbread are my favourites!

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  76. Another amazing release, those squirrels are just too cute

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  77. The fall tradition that I'm looking forward to the most this year is making caramel apples

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  78. Omgoodness, I love those precious squirrels! Fall is my favourite season and I look forward to walks while enjoying the changing leaves.

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  79. I really get autumn feelings when I see those beautiful cards! πŸ₯°πŸ‚πŸΏ

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  80. What a totally awesome birthday party this is Mendi!!! I love the new release! I'm looking forward to roasting hotdogs and making s'mores over the burn pit in our back yard for my birthday in October.

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  81. I swear these are the cutest squirrels ever created in the stamping world!! Just darling!!! I think this entire release is spectacular from what I have been looking at and these cards are perfect!!!

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  82. I just like the change of seasons.

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  83. πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒautumn feelings

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