Gilded Autumn Season of ThanksGilded Autumn Season of Thanks


Gilded Autumn Season of Thanks Card is made from Stampin’ Up! products. You can make this card in a matter of minutes, and the end result is simple sophistication. With copper foil and a sheet of the mint and a piece of the copper foil Gilded Autumn Designer Series Paper, the card is great and elegant for autumn, or you could change the sentiment for a greeting card of your choice. I saw this designer paper, and I love it paired with both the copper foil and Mint Macaron card stock, so I went to work designing a simple card with repeated layers.

To stamp the “Season of Thanks” sentiment I used Cinnamon Cider ink. It is a copper color that coordinates well with the other materials. I cut each of the layers for the sentiment with Rectangle Stitched Dies. The “stitching” on each layer gives a finished look to each size of the layers. Copper metallic ribbon tied in a bow on the bottom of the card provides a shiny, metallic finishing touch. The sentiment on the inside of the card, “May this season bring you smiles & love that will last all year” is stamped in Mont Macaron ink. I liked the mixed fonts of the sentiments on both the front and the inside of the card.  


  • Mint Macaron card stock: 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ – score and fold the 8-1/2″ side at 4-1/4″ to form card base. ~3-1/2″ x ~2″ sentiment layer.
  • Copper Foil: 4-1/8″ x 5-3/8″ card layer. ~3″ x ~1-3/4″ sentiment layer. 
  • Whisper White card stock: ~2-1/2″ x ~1-1/2″ for sentiment. 4-1/8″ x 5-3/8″ panel for inside.
  • Metallic Ribbon: ~14″

Gilded Autumn Season of Thanks

Below are the Stampin’ Up! products I used in this project. Click on each image to learn more or to purchase in my online store.

You will have this finished and in the mail in time for Thanksgiving day. 

Thank you for visiting my site today. I hope you enjoyed the Gilded Autumn Season of Thanks Card. If you haven’t made 3″ x 3″ cards, I encourage you to give them a try.
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Stamping regards,
Linda K, The Stamp Coach