My parent's house has woods behind it which is full of oak trees. Every year we have to rake tons and tons of leaves but that's not the worst part. Have you ever been beaned by an acorn? If the saying is true that the more acorns there are the colder the winter then we're in for trouble people. And they're not little acorns either. When we're visiting, we run from the car to the house so we don't get hit by any. And park the car at the end of the driveway so it doesn't get hit either. Any squirrels in the neighborhood should be fat and sassy.
Speaking of oaks and acorns, I used my MFT stamp set to make some on my one-layered card. The challenge this week at Less is More is "Autumn's Bounty" (use fall colors). I am also entering the One-Layer Simplicity Challenge for the first time and their challenge is "Turning to Fall"
The sentiment is also part of the set, stamped in Jenni Bowlin Brown Sugar. Other colors from HA include Just Rust, Pumpkin Pie, Field Greens and Soft Brown.
Now that I've finally made the first card in a while, maybe my mind will shift into overdrive and I can come up with a few more. I did get some new stamps in the last two days and am ready to try them out. They just might just be the impetus I need.
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