Fall is right here. I’m not certain why however I like to really feel the crisp air and see the harvest wreathes on the doorways in our neighbourhood. Maybe it represents some new beginnings or perhaps it’s as a result of there can by no means be too many pumpkins. It’s a time of 12 months that I discover refreshing. Like many households, we’ve got a convention to go to our native pumpkin patch for some images sitting on haystacks surrounded by orange “balls” as my one 12 months previous exclaims this 12 months! In the present day’s structure was impressed by Traci Reed Design’s (TRD) free digital lower file, Stacked Pumpkins. I’ve not too long ago moved my Silhouette die slicing machine from below my desk to the highest. This made it straightforward to obtain and have it lower out when inspiration hit. It couldn’t have been a extra good match for these images. Utilizing the digital patterned papers by Traci Reed known as Hocus Pocus, I did some paper piercing. I used a pen and paper to get this excellent. To brighten this structure, I used the printable sticker pack known as Fireplace & Hallow by Traci Reed Designs. I like the choice to print at dwelling. You possibly can fussy lower these photos however in case you have a die slicing machine like a Brother ScanNCut you may let the machine do the work. Both method, you’ll find a solution to let digital recordsdata be just right for you. I extremely suggest. I like how these two collections labored collectively completely.
One other custom lived.
One other story informed.

Blissful Harvest everybody!

Cathy Caines Creative Scrapbooker Magazine
Cathy Caines

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