The base of the card is a folded half-sheet of Cajun Craze card stock. It opens on the right and the fold is on the left.
I cut a 4" x 5-1/4" piece of Basic White card stock for the inside and another for the outside. I taped one of them to the inside.
Next I took the die from the "Split Card Textured" die set and lined it up on the left and top. I had saved some of the pieces and colored them with my Cajun Craze marker. I was going to be clever. Very clever since the color was supposed to be Crushed Curry. So after some other issued I ended up die cutting a scrap piece of Crushed Curry so I had enough for my needs. After cutting the Basic White piece, I stamped the words from the "Autumn Leaves" set using Cajun Craze ink. Then I taped the solid part of the white and I used glue on the die cut part. I had started using tape on my silicone mat and made a mess. I had a lot of tape removal to tend to before I could go any further. I glued the top part by spreading some glue on a piece of "paper" that had once held my Dimensionals. I use those as a mat sometimes. I spread the glue around and then pressed the die cut part into it. Then I set the piece in place on the front of the card.
The leaf was stamped and die cut next. I used Crushed Curry ink and then took my Cajun Craze cube and touched around the edges to give them a bit more color. I stamped the leaf veins using Pecan Pie ink and then I die cut the leaf.
The smaller leaves were stamped using Garden Green ink and then die cut. They are one piece so I cut them apart. I set the larger leaf in place using Dimensionals and I glued the smaller leaves on.
I took a little bit of glue and added the Crushed Curry pieces in the grid and the card was done.
This was a fun and fairly quick card to make. If I were to make another one I would use a double-sided sticky sheet and make the piece a sticker to avoid the mess of taping and gluing.
Thank you SO much for taking your time to stop in and see today's Thanksgiving/Thank You card,