Pumpkin Spice & Everything Nice | Fall Treats Bundle

Are you team Pumpkin Spice or not so much? As for me, I'm team Pumpkin Spice all the way! I'm actually drinking some pumpkin spiced flavored coffee as I write this! I look forward to it's arrival this time of the year and indulge in it until Thanksgiving time. Then I switch it up to a more wintery flavor, but that's for another time. Today it's all about Pumpkin Spice and everything nice that's included in the brand new Scrapbook.com Fall Treats Bundle!

A card with the sentiment Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice. Embellished with paper die cuts of a coffee mug and a coffee cup decorated with fall leaves and pumpkins.

This bundle is basically a little mini kit of cardstock, stamps and dies that coordinate perfectly for all those pumpkin spice lovers out there. And if you don't love pumpkin spice, you can skip that part and enjoy the cuteness of the coffee, cocoa, cupcakes and donuts that you can create with the adorable die set that's included! If you're looking for more inspiration using this kit, make sure to check out the Scrapbook.com Fall Treats Bundle Livestream that's now live and and you can watch the replay HERE.

Now as for what I created, I pulled out some patterned papers from the 49 and Market Spice Collection which also coordinated perfectly with this bundle. I used it as the background and card base. I added a little light stenciling to the cream colored paper using the Scrapbook.com Autumn Breeze Stencil using Old Paper and Vintage Photo Distress Ink. I then distressed the edges a little and inked them with some Vintage Photo Distress Ink. I then layered this onto two different patterned papers from the 49 and Market Spice Collection 6x8 Paper Pack.

Next, I layered on a die cut from light tan cardstock using the Paper Rose Texture 3 Die Set. I inked it a little with a bit of Vintage Photo Distress Ink to help it coordinate with the background paper.

I then pulled out the Pumpkin Spice Die Set and the Boho Paper Pad and began cutting out the various pieces to create the mug and coffee cup. I also used a piece of cream patterned paper from the 49 and Market Spice Collection to die cut the cream colored sections. To add some interest to the dies that have areas that can be embossed, I applied Vintage Photo Archival Ink directly to the die, placed the paper onto the die and ran it through my die cutting machine. The ink is then transferred from the die onto the paper creating a letterpress type effect that I really love! And I used the Scrapbook.com Magic Mat to help make the embossing stand out even more.

The larger pumpkins at the bottom are from the Scrapbook.com Cozy Autumn Fox and Hedgehog Die Sets.

Once all the die cutting was completed, I inked the edges for the various pieces with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. I also lightly sanding some of them using a sanding disk as well. Both of these add a nice touch of distressing to them, but you could certainly skip the distress if that style is not your thing! I then used Scrapbook.com Artis Glue with the precision tip to assemble the die cuts. I then adhered them to my card front using the Scrapbook.com 1mm Double Sided Foam Adhesive. This is one of my new favorite adhesive. Most foam adhesive is a little too thick for my taste, but this one is thinner and just right for adding a little dimension without a lot of extra bulk.

I then finished off the card by stamping the sentiment with brown ink onto the same cream patterned paper and die cut it using the coordinating die. The die for the stamp set isn't included in the bundle, so if you want to skip the fussy cutting make sure you add the Pumpkin Spice die set to your cart before you check out!


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