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Fall is here. I am not sure why but I love to feel the crisp air and see the harvest wreathes on the doors in our neighbourhood. Perhaps it represents some new beginnings or maybe it’s because there can never be too many pumpkins. It’s a time of year that I find refreshing. Like many families, we have a tradition to visit our local pumpkin patch for some photos sitting on haystacks surrounded by orange “balls” as my one year old exclaims this year! Today’s layout was inspired by Traci Reed Design’s (TRD) free digital cut file, Stacked Pumpkins. I’ve recently moved my Silhouette die cutting machine from under my desk to the top. This made it easy to download and have it cut out when inspiration hit. It couldn’t have been a more perfect fit for these photos. Using the digital patterned papers by Traci Reed called Hocus Pocus, I did some paper piercing. I used a pen and paper to get this just right. To embellish this layout, I used the printable sticker pack called Hearth & Hallow by Traci Reed Designs. I love the option to print at home. You can fussy cut these images but if you have a die cutting machine like a Brother ScanNCut you can let the machine do the work. Either way, you can find a way to let digital files work for you. I highly recommend. I love how these two collections worked together perfectly.
Another tradition lived.
Another story told.

Happy Harvest everyone!

Cathy Caines Creative Scrapbooker Magazine
Cathy Caines

Images copyright © 2021 Traci Reed Designs
Supplies and images used are © 2021 Traci Reed Designs unless otherwise stated: TRD Hocus Pocus Digital Patterned Paper, TRD Hearth & Hallow digital stickers, Stampin’ Up! Whisper White Paper, Stampin’ Up! Linen thread



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