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Crafting Cozy Memories: A Step-by-Step Guide to a Fall Window Card with the Fall Foxes Stamp Set

Hey there, fellow card makers! As the leaves begin to paint the town in warm hues, it's time to dive into the cozy world of handmade cards. Today, I'm thrilled to walk you through a delightful project featuring the Fall Foxes Stamp Set from The Rabbit Hole Designs. Get ready to cozy up with your crafting supplies and create a Fall Window Card that's as unique as the memories you'll make with it.


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Getting Started with Fall Foxes Stamp Set:


Let's kick things off by talking about our main star – the Fall Foxes Stamp Set. Seriously, these foxes are like a warm hug in stamp form. The level of detail is fantastic, making it a joy to work with. Plus, the set is so versatile; you can create cards for any occasion with these adorable critters.

Fall Fox Window Card By Rick Adkins

Exploring No Line Coloring with Kalour 72 Colored Pencils:


Now, I know the term "no line coloring" might sound like we're venturing into uncharted waters, but fear not! It's a technique that adds a soft, dreamy quality to your images. Think of it as the crafty version of a watercolor painting. For this project, I reached for my trusty Kalour 72 Colored Pencils. These bad boys blend like a dream and bring those Fall foxes to life with a cozy, storybook coloring feel.


Fall Fox Window Card By Rick Adkins Close Up View

Quick story: the first time I tried no line coloring, I was skeptical. But once I saw those lines magically disappear as I colored, I was hooked! It's like crafting magic, I tell you.


Incorporating Die Cut Leaves from Gelli Plate Printing Session:


Let's talk about recycling and repurposing, shall we? Dig through your past projects and find those hidden gems. In my case, I had these beautiful leaves leftover from a Gelli Plate Printing Session. A little trim here, a snip there, and voilà – instant embellishments for our Fall Window Card! It's like giving your creations a second chance to shine.


Fall Fox Window Card By Rick Adkins Overhead

I once accidentally stumbled upon a stash of forgotten die cuts while cleaning my craft room. It was like finding buried treasure, and I couldn't believe I'd overlooked them. Now, I make it a point to revisit my old projects before starting something new.


Step-by-Step Guide to Creating the Fall Window Card:


a. Materials Needed:

Grab your coffee, gather your supplies – we're in for a crafting adventure! You'll need your Fall Foxes Stamp Set, Kalour 72 Colored Pencils, Falling Leaves Dies, and some sturdy cardstock.

b. Creating the Card Base:

Start with a solid foundation – sturdy cardstock makes all the difference. Trust me; you don't want your masterpiece to wobble!

c. Stamping and Coloring the Fall Fox:

Stamp that adorable fox onto your cardstock and embrace the magic of no line coloring. Remember, there are no mistakes, just unique creations.

d. Die Cutting and Placing Leaves:

Bring out those leaves from your Gelli Plate Printing Session – they're the perfect finishing touch. Play around with placement until it feels just right.

e. Assembling the Window Card:

It's puzzle time! Piece everything together, and you'll see your Fall Window Card come to life. Don't forget to step back and admire your handiwork – you've just crafted a piece of autumn magic.


Fall Fox Window Card By Rick Adkins Close Up View of the coloring

So there you have it, a journey into the world of Fall crafting with the Fall Foxes Stamp Set. I hope you enjoyed this cozy card-making adventure as much as I did. Remember, the beauty of handmade cards lies in the imperfections and the memories we create while crafting.


Fall Fox Window Card Over Head View by Rick Adkins

A huge shoutout to The Rabbit Hole Designs for bringing us this adorable stamp set and the Falling Leaves Dies. Now it's your turn! Share your Fall Window Card creations on social media, and let's spread the joy of handmade goodness. Can't wait to see what you come up with! Keep crafting, friends!


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Materials Used:


Here you will find the list of supplies that I used to create today's card. All supplies are linked to supply sources below. Compensated affiliate links may be used at no cost to you.

Happy Stampin'

Rick Adkins














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