Let’s Make a Card with Joy Clair Stamps

Hello Everyone!! Today I am sharing another fall inspired card using Joy Clair Stamps. Can you tell I’m super excited for fall to start? It’s also, almost, harvest time here in Iowa, so this card is PERFECT for this time of year! If you want to see the full run down on how I created this card, watch the video tutorial down below!!



A little reminder – I did fussy cutting for all of the stamped images on my card today, but if fussy cutting isn’t your thing, Joy Clair Stamps offers FREE SVG cutting files for all of the stamps. You automatically get the files as a free download when you order the stamp sets!!! SERIOUSLY!!! So if you have an electronic cutting machine, you don’t need to do any hand cutting – I just personally enjoy it!

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Also, I really like finishing off the inside of my cards lately. Some I don’t, but the majority of them, it’s so easy to just bring a few of the stamps on the inside of the card as well. And that’s exactly what I did on this card. SUPER EASY!!

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I know so many people love putting simple sentiments on the outside of their cards, but I have really been loving adding these verses from the Joy Clair Color by Faith sets to the outside of my cards! This card is the perfect fall encouragement cards for someone who just needs a little pick me up or uplifting word. So if you are interested and want to make a card just like this, you can find the supplies I used all linked below! Thanks for spending a bit of time with me today and until next time, Happy Crafting!!


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