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Cut Crumb Cake 5.5 x 8.5, score at 4.25 and fold to make a top fold A2 greeting card base
Cut Gilded Autumn designer series paper 4 x 5.25 and attach to card front with Stampin' Seal
Cut Whisper White 3 x 4.5 and using your choice of Brush, Dauber or sponge add Seaside Spray for sky and Crumb Cake for the ground. Attach this piece to card front with Dimensionals.
Cut the fence from 1.5 x 4.5 piece of Cinnamon Cider card stock. If you line it with double sided adhesive before you cut it out it will be easy to adhere to the card front. If you don't have double sided adhesive you can use liquid glue. Before mounting it on the card front trim off the two tabs at the one end.
Onto a 2 x 3 piece of Whisper White stamp the wheat stalks with Crumb Cake ink
Onto a 2.75 square piece of Whisper White stamp the pumpkin basket image with Crumb cake and color with Watercolor pencils. I used Pumpkin PIe for the the pumpkins, Crushed Curry for the gourds and leaves, Cajun Craze for the oak leaves, Granny Apple Green for the one gourd, Real Red for the apples. (TIP - you can use a blender pen to smooth out the coloring if you want to)
Die cut these images out with the coordinating dies., Attach to card front with dimensionals and mini dimensionals.
Tie a bow from linen thread and attach to wheat stalks with mini glue dot.
Use the smallest rectangle die from Stitched So Sweetly dies to cut one rectangle from Crumb Cake card stock. Stamp the sentiment with Early Espresso ink. Attach to card front placing a double layer of dimensionals on the left end and regular adhesive on the right end.
Cut Whisper White 4 x 5.25 stamp the lower right hand corner with the wheat stalks in Crumb Cake and attach to the inside of the card with Stampin' Seal
Stamp the flap of the envelope with the pumpkin image using Crumb Cake ink.