Thankful For Autumn Blog Hop

November Blog Hop Resized

It’s time for another Di’s Country INKers Blog Hop!  Wasn’t Diana’s project cute?!  This month we are focusing on anything with an Autumn or Thankful theme.  My project combines a little of both! you recognize the background I used on this card?  Didn’t think so…  Its actually the ‘Thanks’ stamp from Seasonally Scattered.  I inked it with Hello Honey, then took my Blackberry Bliss, Cajun Craze and Old Olive markers and “Thumped” them on top of the Hello Honey before stamping.  Cool, eh?

The Pumpkins  were inked in Tangelo Twist, then I used a dauber loaded with Cajun Craze around the edges to give it that shadowed look.  With the old-style ink pads, we used to be able to do a technique called Rock ‘n Roll, but the new pads are too juicy to do that any more.  The dauber is a pretty close substitute tho.

My greeting  is from the Good Greetings set that we could get for free in October with a $150 order.  Makes me sad that its not around any longer cuz it was Really Good!

Ok my darlings – I’m sending you off to Kathya to see what fun stuff she has for you.  As always, thanks so much for hopping with us, and we’ll see you again in December!







In case you get off track, here are some links to get you back on board:

Diana –

Barb – (You are here)

Kathya –

Crystal –

Mary –

Lucy –



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9 Responses to “Thankful For Autumn Blog Hop”

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  1. Ooh what a beautiful card Barb and I love the techniques you used! I really like the shading on your pumpkins! What a great blog hop again! Happy November!

  2. Diana Gibbs says:

    I love this Barb, using those sets together make the pumpkins look like they are laying in the leaves. Also love the shading on the edges. Thanks for doing the blog buttons and taking care of all us girls. Love, Di

  3. bowlergirl61 says:

    Ooooo I love it. I have the stamp set you used for the background….way to think out of the box!!!

  4. mklecuyer says:

    Clever use of the stamp!

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