Fall Pumpkin Bear

September 27, 2020

Fall Pumpkin Bear

Hi everyone! It’s Jeannie (InsideoutJeans) on the blog today with Gerda Steiner Design’s stamp set named, Pumpkin Bear. This is a 3x4 stamp set that I love for Fall. It has the little bear holding a pumpkin along with a cluster of pumpkins. 

I started off with this card by stamping the cluster of pumpkins using watermark ink and heat embossing with gold powder to create a background card panel on kraft cardstock. To add a bit of dimension to the background, I used a brown colored pencil to add a bit of shading. 

I stamped both images and colored them in. I trimmed down my background panel down and matted it on orange cardstock. Using a matching strip of the same orange cardstock, I stamped the sentiment from this set on it. 

To finish off the card, I pulled out these leafy embellishments and sequins to match the gold embossing powder. It also helped to fill the empty space on the card panel. 

Thanks for stopping by today and I hope you get inspired to create. Come back again soon for more inspiration and ideas! Happy Crafting! 


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