Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Autumn Labels 22

Welcome to Day 1 of the JustRite October release.  Today's release is called "Autumn Labels 22" and as the name suggests it works perfectly with the Spellbinders Labels 22 die.  I made some Thanksgiving placecards for my Thanksgiving table this year. 
 
I used the largest Spellbinders Labels 22 die to make my base which is diecut from Murdock Country Creations Gold Rush polished stone paper.  The next layer is one of the stamps from this "Autumn Labels 22" set, stamped with Memento Rich Cocoa and diecut with Spellbinders Labels 22.  The top layer is a great collage of Autumn words.  To get the multi colors I used Memento Rich Cocoa, Rhubarb Stalk, & Cantaloupe stamping different sections of the stamp.   
The sentiment in the upper left corner is also included in this "Autumn Labels 22" set, stamped with Memento Rich Cocoa and diecut with the JustRite Custom Happy Everything Mini Tag Kit.  To personalize each placecard I used JustRite New Times Roman font and diecut with JustRite Custom Nested Sentiment Dies.

Here is a look at the entire "Autumn Labels 22" set.  Another perfect set for all of your Autumn papercrafting needs.  Perfect for those pumpkin patch scrapbook pages!
Here is a list of other JustRite designers also showing projects using "Autumn Labels 22". 

Becca Feeken
Angela Barkhouse **me**
Debbie Olson
Sankari Wegman
Michele Kovack
Stephanie Kraft
Mona Pendleton
Kathy Jones
Sharon Harnist
Heidi Blankenship

**ENABLER ALERT** - JustRite Original Square Stamps are now on sale for JUST $10.00!!! Plus our 2" Square Stamper is on sale for 30% off -Original Price 9.95 now $6.97.

This is the perfect time to add our Christmas Square Stamps to your JustRite Christmas Collection!!

Be sure to check back tomorrow for another sneak peak at the JustRite October releases.

Thanks for stopping in for a visit today.  Have a great day!!

Supplies:

Stamps:  JustRite Stampers - Autumn Labels 22, Times Roman font

DiesJustRite Custom Nested Sentiment Dies, JustRite Custom Happy Everything Kit, Spellbinders Labels 22

Paper:  Murdock Country Creations Gold Rush polished stone

Ink:  Memento Bamboo Leaves, Rich Cocoa, Potter's Clay, Cantaloupe, Rhubarb Stalk

15 comments:

Carol E said...

Love your place cards, very pretty, thank you for sharing them.

Ellen ♥ CardMonkey said...

OH MY, what a lovely use for these stamps! I hadn't even thought of the possibility of placecards. TREMENDOUS idea that I will definitely lift!!

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Queen Mary said...

Angela, these are beautiful! I love how you used the nesting labels, sometimes I forget about that option!

Marge said...

I may have to CASE these placecards, as I think we're joining our DD's BF's family for Thanksgiving and this would make a lovely contribution to that joyous celebration! LOVE these & that BG paper!!!

Yvonne said...

Greta use of the different size stamps!

Auntie Em said...

Your table is going to be so pretty! Those place markers are so pretty and festive.
Thanks for sharing! :)

Robin Gasser said...

Great idea - placecards! Thanks for sharing!

Becca Feeken said...

Stunning project Angela!! I could totally see this on my table - I feel a CASE coming :-)

Anonymous said...

These are gorgeous placecards! I just may be making some.
Pam
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Darla said...

Your place cards are gorgeous, would be proud to have such beauties at my table!

Jennifer Abbott-Scott said...

These are so gorgeous! What a beautiful idea for these new stamps-your guests will LOVE them!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Wonderful place settings Angela! Surely your dinner guests will feel welcomed!

Kazan said...

wow! This has to be my favorite project of yours - such a gorgeous keepsake for a special dinner too. Love it

Kathy Jones said...

What a fabulous project Angela!! The colours and design are awesome and what a beautifully decorated table you will have this year!!! :)

lori said...

happy thanksgiving,love your table setting place cards. thanks for showing lori