Hand Stamped Autumn Birthday Cards!

By | November 18, 2016

My husband and I have birthdays just six days apart, so after the hand stamped Halloween cards arrive, our mailbox is filled again with birthday cards at the beginning of November. Then Thanksgiving is just around the corner, so autumn cards abound for a month or so!


Reggie’s sisters made these beautiful cards for me, and once again we’ve got coordinated color schemes!

Kathy used the same Confetti embossing folder that she used on Reggie’s card, and the Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Brush to sparkle it up, but this time with the Basket of Wishes photopolymer stamp set from the Holiday catalog (142200.)  She and I worked with this set when I was visiting her last month, so I know she has enjoyed putting different elements into the baskets and then water coloring them with ink pads and Blender Pens ((102845.)


Sherry used the retired Thoughtful Branches stamp set and Beautiful Branches Thinlits dies to make her card, and one thing that I particularly like is that she used Shimmery White cardstock (101910) for her card front. It has a beautiful, subtle sparkle and is a nice, smooth surface, perfect for stamping and water coloring. The banner and ribbon design along with the die cut leaves are great focal details.


Here are the colors that Sherry used on her Autumn Leaves birthday card; click on any swatch to see what other products Stampin’ Up! offers in these colors:

Here are some of the products that Kathy and Sherry used to make their Autumn Birthday cards. Click on any picture to see a larger image, for more information or to order online. Use code D2KSZNSF and I will send you a reusable, hand-stamped thank you card (allow demonstrator contact so I will know where to send it!)

Price: $110.00

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 Autumn is my favorite season, so it’s great that we have so many occasions to send hand stamped greeting cards during this time of the year!

5 thoughts on “Hand Stamped Autumn Birthday Cards!

  1. PaperPuff

    How funny that your birthdays are so close together. You do have a talented family of card makers, don’t you? Both are super.

    1. ValoryDegree Post author

      Thanks! Yes, we encourage each other to do our best, I think, when we know our cards will be appreciated at the other end.


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