Welcome, and come right on in, have a chair, and let's have a little visit. Here's a card for today's share. I have searched for the stamp (oh yes, I DO have it...just can't lay my hands on it right at the moment! LOL). It's somewhere on my very messy desk. I did locate another stamp, that I'm fairly sure is by the same company (Artful Stamper), but it's a single pumpkin. May stamp that one out, since I found it (LOL) & I like the image. These stamps are very easy to color. Ahem...back to this card: It was stamped in Versamark, then dusted with Ranger Queen's Gold EP (my favorite gold EP). Colored with various colors of copics. (Aside: Copics don't like to color over EP, so this is a 'color carefully' one as it can mess up the marker nib). Diecut with S/B Grand Decorative Ovals One, die #1 using the Out of the Box technique. I like this particular S/binder - I think it has quite a lacy look to it. The copper framing paper is metallic Paper Studio, diecut with one of the newer S/B Basic Matting dies on the inside part of the frame to save weight layers (also get a bonus snippet useful on another project!). The green is from We R Memory Keepers 6x6 pad, Anthologie, and diecut the inside part of that as well. Lace is from stash, sentiment was cut with S/Binder Grommet tags. The copper paper was embossed with a Darice dots EF, but you can't really see it..sort of a wasted effort to bother with it. I sponged the focal image & sentiment while still in the dies with The Paper Cuts Berrylicious (a pale blue) ink, then with Distress Ink Wild Honey. I think I like this card. The first time I saw this particular image stamped - when I was first buying stamps - it was done with the Range Queen's Gold embossed on black cardstock, colored with metallic watercolors. It was so fantastically gorgeous I had to get the stamp. I've never been able to quite replicate that look. Hope you enjoy it, and as always, thanks for stopping to visit. Hugs & Blessings.