Plaid & #PSL Card

Hi there! Today I have a fun card to share with you. Anyone who knows me knows that I LOVE my Pumpkin Spice Lattes! I look forward to them every year and about this time of the year I start stalking the Starbucks website looking for updates on when my favorite spicy fall beverage will be released...which is August 28, 2020 if you're curious, haha. So when I sat down to make a card for the Just Add Ink Sketch Challenge #517 for this week I immediately thought of fall. 

Here is the sketch for the challenge. If you would like to participate you can CLICK HERE for the details.
Card Dimensions:

  • Cinnamon Cider Base: 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
  • Cinnamon Cider Layer: 4 1/8" x 5 3/8"
  • Plaid Tidings Layer: 3 1/4" x 4 1/4"

A few tips if you try to make this card... 

  • Cut the Cinnamon Cider Layer (after you emboss it) and the Plaid Tidings Layer separately and then adhere them together. 
  • To give the embossed layer more depth, ink up your embossing folder in Crumb Cake ink before running through your machine (see below for instructions).
How to Ink with Embossing Folders:

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Happy Stamping!
Jen

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Comments

  1. Such a fun card Jennifer! The mix of the Plaid Tidings DSP with the embossed Pinewood Planks is gorgeous. A fantstic take on this weeks sketch! Thanks for playing along and joining us this week at Just Add Ink. Rochelle xo

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  2. Plaid and pumpkins seem to be perfect Autumn match Jen. I love all the warm tones and your plump pumpkin! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week. Kim

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  3. Loving the Plaid DSP - the colours are great. The DSP also works well with your theme. Chantell

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