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I just got back this afternoon from being on vacation for two weeks. Phew. Glad to be home. So here is a card I made last year. I combined the boot from Green Thumb with the leaves from Out On a Limb. I pounced red ink on top of the yellow ink for the leaves, and yes, I did cut out a few of those itty-bitties to put on the boot. Enjoy the hop!

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  1. What a lovely card! I love the layout - I know cutting out those leaves must have pained you but it was totally worth it!

  2. How cute and what a creative use of that boot stamp. I'd have no patience to cut out those bitty leaves, LOL.

  3. oh i love it. so simple and awesome with all of the leaves!!

  4. So fun Cheryl! I may have to try this idea with a rain puddle...thanks for the inspiration!

  5. Ohhhhh! I like the boots and the leafs. You really projected the warmth of the autumn season.

    It's a good life!
    Terri E.

  6. It's so very cute. And the colors are just perfect.

  7. Great card, love the rain boot!

  8. Cheryl this is DARLING! I LOVE the boots and leaves!! Great job!
    Hope you had a WONDERFUL vacation!

  9. WOOOWEEEE Cheryl! I really love this card! It's too cute!

  10. I love the little leaves all around the boot. And the way that you attached your tag to the ribbon looks cool!

  11. I have never thought of using the rain boots for a Fall card! It looks great.

  12. How cool is your card!!! Great idea to pair leaves up with the boot!!!

  13. Clever and it!!

  14. So stinkin' cute!! I love the boot with the leaves, great card!

  15. Uber cute card! I love how you used that boot stamp! :) TFS

  16. Love it Cheryl, what a great mix of stamps!

  17. Nice job. I think I remember seeing this card in the PTI gallery the other day and really liked it then too.

  18. oh yes, that is what I totally connect to fall, walking through leaves and stiring them up - great card!

  19. Loved this when I saw it last year and still loving it! :) Such a great use of the boot!

  20. Love the detail that went into this. Stamp on those leaves!

  21. I'm a little behind with my commenting, but this is a fantastic card! I love all the little leaves and appreciate every single one of them! Nice job!


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