Nothing says fall like rows and rows and pumpkins, ready to be chosen by precious little hands that can barely pick them up. Joe and Regan had a blast with Aunt Cyndi at the pumpkin patch last fall. I couldn't resist doing another layout with the adorable Cottage Cutz pumpkin patch and crows dies. Below the large QK scallop border, I also used the Cottage Cutz scallop three edger. For the layered background behind the crow and sign post, I've used Spellbinders nesting dies. I think they really add pop and I love that they emboss as well as cut.
Love the Eerie Halloween paper collection by Basic Grey. My favorite Halloween color combination is purple and green. Can you see the embossed edge? I love that look.
Once again, I've used the letters that come on the die (pumpkin patch) to spell different words for my sign. Amazing how many words you can get from those few letters. This time, I cut the sign from cork paper which makes very realistic looking wood planks. Here you can see even better how the edge of the Spellbinders die can be embossed.
Layered pumpkins and sunflower vines make a fun pumpkin patch growing below and around the sign.