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Throwback Thursday: Cookie-Cutter Halloween Part 2

This week's card is a bit of a spin on last week's card and features many of the same elements.  I can't help it---I love the scarecrow and I love pumpkins!!!

I placed my little Scarecrow in a "field" of pumpkins, using the Painted Autumn Designer Series Paper and added some Linen Thread.  That's pretty much it.  Take a look:


The pumpkins!  Seriously, I just cannot get enough of those sweet pumpkins in the Designer Series Paper!  This may be a piece that I horde...you must tell me I have to use it up!

I've never actually "fussy-cut" a sentiment out before (I'm more of a "Let's place it on a banner" type of Girl) but I love that extra little "element" of simplicity that makes it stand out.  I truly think this is another one of those "less is more" techniques!  Any more paper and I think it would detract from my "pumpkin patch"!  Haha!  This sentiment is from the Painted Harvest Photopolymer Stamp Set and it's truly one of my all-time favorite sentiments.

The Stitched Shapes Die-Cut Circle provides just enough background for my Scarecrow and the Linen Thread ties everything together (pun intended!).

I hope that this card gives you all the Pumpkin Feels!  It sure does me!

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