Give Thanks Pumpkin Card

Hi, Crafty Friends!! Creative Team Member, Mitsyana Wright, here. It’s a new month and I’m not going to lie, I’m missing Halloween already.  It’s ok, I have lots to look forward to and lots to be thankful for. And speaking of thankful… Today, I’m bringing you this Give Thanks, Pumpkin Card.

Let me show you how I made it…

Here are the supplies you need:

  • Pumpkin Mini Album (here in the Silhouette Store)
  • Give Thanks (here in the Silhouette Store)
  • Patterned Cardstock (Autumn Leaves Stack- DCWV)
  • Xyron Creative Station
  • Tim Holtz Distress Ink- Vintage Photo
  • Hemp Twine
  • Glue Pen

I used Lori Whitlock’s Pumpkin Mini Album to create my card base.

I opened the SVG file using my ecal software.

Then “UNGROUP”ed the holes from that are in the pumpkin base and files.

Then, I cut and pasted the window base onto a new page.

I made a mirror image then slightly had them overlap at the center. Then I highlighted the whole and “WELDED” the two pumpkins together.

Once the welded pumpkins were cut, I used my bone folder to crease my card.

Then I die cut the panel pieces, stem, and accessories that come with the file.

Next, I ran the patterned paper through my Xyron Creative Station Lite. Then I inked up the edges with Tim Holtz’ in Vintage Photo. Then All I simply did was peel and stick! Easy-Peasy!!

I also used Lori Whitlock’s Give Thanks Title for my cards sentiment.

I sized it to fit the pumpkin cover in my ecal software. Then opened a new window and cut and pasted it there.

After cutting these words out, I left them in their negative space and inked the edges. Keeping them in the negative space helps to reduce bends and tears.

I used a glue pen to attached my sentiment onto the front cover.

Then, I  added the leaves and button. I  fastened them together with hemp twine.

I also used a micron pen to add details to the words and swirls for a little definition.

And here is my finished card…

Now, it’s ready to give to someone I am very thankful for…

It’s so hard to choose!! I’m going to have to make more!! There are too many people I am incredibly thankful for! I guess that is a good problem to have!

Hope you all enjoyed my project for today!! See you soon!!


Mitsyana Wright - November 4, 2017 - 9:29 pm

You are very welcome!! So glad it worked out!!

Grandma - November 4, 2017 - 11:59 am

Merge and weld worked!
The little cut outs add to the dimension…thanks ever so much!

Mitsyana Wright - November 3, 2017 - 3:39 pm

GranTry highlighting the whole card the clicking “Merge” before “welding”. Hope this helps.

Grandma - November 3, 2017 - 3:21 pm

Love this idea…have just cut 4
However, when I weld using my cameo the “cut outs” in the stem and vine disappear.

Mitsyana Wright - November 3, 2017 - 7:15 am

Thank you, Melinda! Yes, give it a try!! Use that gorgeous paper!!

Melinda Strange - November 2, 2017 - 9:01 am

How cute Mitsyana! I think I have some of this paper…gonna have to give it a try!

Melinda Strange
Huntsville, TX

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