Hi there! Well, I finally broke out the Stampin' Up! Owl punch and am so glad I did. I bought this punch several months ago but after I received it I couldn't for the life of me remember why I thought I "needed" it. So, I headed over to Split Coast Stampers and did some research...and found some inspiration. Yeah! If you have never been over there it is well worth the time. Here is a link to their gallery page. But WAIT!!! Please read the rest of my post before you head over there because if you don't you'll never make it back. LOL
The colors are very fall, which is great for the Operation Write Home schedule right now, and I think the card turned out to be pretty gender neutral and can actually span a pretty broad age spectrum too. Gotta love that! The card stock is Stampin' Up! Chocolate Chip, Really Rust, and Summer Sun. I ran the RR through my Cuttlebug with an embossing folder and used my Nesties for the circle and scallop. The patterned paper is from a stash of paper that was gifted to me by a Facebook friend.
The sentiment is from a Gina K Design set called Owl Always Love You which I have had for a few years but never use because I would have to color it (don't roll your eyes, I'm trying to get over my coloring phobia, I really am!)
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