A Yummy Fall Card with Yainea!

We had so much fun sharing holiday inspiration and ideas with you during Fawny Holiday Week! Thank you so much for sharing your holiday favorites with us! Today is the last day to leave comments on all of the Fawny Holiday Week posts to be entered in the daily giveaways. We will announce the winners tomorrow right here on the blog!

Yainea has a super adorable card to share today that reminds us that there is still time to enjoy the fun and yummy flavors of Fall!

Yainea’s collage-style design starts with an artfully inked and splattered background that has Just Stitching Double Circle detail to frame the mug of pumpkin spice goodness from Thanks a Latte! I love how she just colored the creamy beverage inside the mug and left the mug and whipped topping white!

The mug is layered with a doily, a strip of Woodgrain cardstock and some Stitched Leaves cut from Fall Fling 6×6 paper in a pretty arrangement! The greeting combines sentiments from Mice on Ice, Pumpkin Spice and a masked word from Simply Celebrate Winter. I love that she used Pumpkin Spice ink to stamp the corresponding phrase. The word happy from Mice on Ice is white-embossed on vellum then die cut with the coordinating die.

Thank you for sharing this beautiful Fall inspiration with us today, Yainea! I think I’ll have a pumpkin spice latte today!


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45 thoughts on “A Yummy Fall Card with Yainea!

  1. The ink blending is superb and I love the Just Stitching circle detail too! So much wonderful talent, thanks for a great weekend!

  2. I love the orange blend she got for the background! Very fall like and now I’m wanting hot chocolate with a nice dollop of whipped cream! 😂

  3. Absolutely love this card. The colors are so soft and fallish.
    Last few weeks I’ve put in 3 orders at SSS for Lawn Fawn because I need to stay off your sights. 🤦🏻‍♀️Lol my favorite are fall And Christmas. just when I think I have them all. I may be putting in another. lol

  4. Love the splatters and embellishments! I am always afraid I am going to “ruin” the card … I really think it takes talent to make it looks so good! What a great card!

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