Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Grateful 12 x 12 Fall Sampler Part 1

Over the next few days I'll be sharing with you a home decor piece you can make that will be useful year after year during the fall season. It's a Fall Sampler.

Do you have to make it just like mine? Of course not! Use whatever supplies you have in your stash and use retired products like I did if you have some similar. This project is meant for inspiration!

Below each photo are the supplies and sizes to cut to start building your own sampler. Have fun!

In Good Taste 12" x 12" Designer Series Paper - Dark Woodgrain
12" x 12" square Basic White cut down to 10-1/2" square
12" x 12" square Crumb Cake cut down to 10-1/4" square

The six smaller squares are 3" x 3" in size and cut from Basic White, Mint Macaron, and Cajun Craze cardstock.
The four 2-3/4" square corner pieces come from Gilded Autumn Designer Series Paper (retired).
The center top and bottom 2-3/4" square comes from some very, very retired Designer Series Paper in my collection whose name I don't have anymore.

The center piece of cardstock is Early Espresso cut 10" x 3".
The Crumb Cake plaid Designer Series Paper comes from retired Sale-a-Bration Peaceful Prints and is cut 9-3/4" x 2-3/4".

The Early Espresso felt sheet from the Festive Felt Sheet Combo Pack was backed with Adhesive Sheet so I could use the retired Large Letter Dies to die cut "Grateful."  
What I thought was a great idea to have the adhesive on the felt, turned out to be a little tricky for actually placing the letters on the plaid paper. One thing I tried was to use washi tape at both ends of my thin ruler on my desktop so I would have a secure "line" to line up the letters on. 

Look at that, after the first day it already has taken the shape of a sampler. Come back tomorrow to see how I decorated the top row of squares. 

#stampinwitheva #sudemo
#stampinup #homedecor #fallsampler

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