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Monday, August 22, 2022

Mystery Autumn Stamp SAL - It's Fully Finished


Good morning, ya'll and welcome.

I received so many wonderful comments, and compliments on my SAL. I truly appreciate each and every one. It was such a joy to share these little designs, and it certainly got me in the mood for autumn . How about you? 

I finished my large piece in an 8" x 10"  gold frame that I purchased at the Goodwill for a dollar. 

           

I had considered painting it white, and I may do that some other time . For now, however,  I am enjoying the gold touch .


Right now I am displaying my pin pillows in the dough bowl . These pin pillows can be tucked anywhere  like in my fall tree or  on a shelf. 

              

If you missed any of the stamps or post click the following links and you will be magically be transported back to those posts.

INTRODUCTION 

BORDERS / HEADERS / FLOSS/ MEASUREMENTS


STAMP 1 - A BASKET OF APPLES




                   STAMP 8 PUMPKIN PIE 

Pear Stamp


Well that is my ramblings for the day, just a recap of the SAL. My most sincere thank you to all of you. 
As always...

Happy  Stitching and Quilting, ya'll

Melisa

Thank you for the sweet visit. 

There is always something to be thankful for. 

Hugs and Stitches!!!!๐Ÿค—๐Ÿงต❤



Dedicated to my dear sister, Amy. I love and miss you so much, Amo.❤❤๐Ÿ‘ผ  One year. How can this be? 

26 comments:

  1. This is so cute! Even though I don't do counted cross stitching, I very much appreciate it. I like the gold frame, I'd leave it like that, besides, it goes along with the fall colors. Happy stitching!

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    1. Oh thank you so much, Gretchen. I am so honored that you have visited and for the sweetest compliment. That means so much to me. I thought the gold went with the fall colors too. Have a great week,

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  2. I sort of like the gold frame as is. At least today I do, tomorrow might be different.
    Thank you for the series, love that it works as either all together or as individual little pillows.

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    1. Lol thank you so much, Gail. You sound exactly like me. Today I like it one way, tomorrow might be different. I thought the gold played with the autumnal colors. Fortunately with the way that I finished it, if I find a different frame, I can change it out. Lol. Have a blessed week .

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  3. Melisa, your fall stamp piece looks super in the frame. I would leave it that way. Thank you again for creating and offering this to us.

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    1. Oh thank you so much for the encouraging words, Robin. I thought that the gold went with the fall colors, plus it was in my stash already . Hugs and blessings.

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  4. Count me in as also liking the gold frame, it does work for fall :-) I love thrift shops to find frames - so much cheaper than new!

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    1. Oh thank you so much, dear. That means so much to me. Yes , thrift shops are definitely the place to shop for frames and anything else.Lol. Have a great week and happy stitching.

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  5. Thank you so much for hosting and sharing these fun designs. I am way behind but I finally got my first stamp frame done and hope to finish stitching it tonight. Love how you framed yours!

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    1. Aaah thank you so much, Deb. I am so honored that you have stitched along. I have had so much fun sharing these and it as been joy to see others' progress as well. I hope you enjoy finishing up the SAL . Hugs and blessings.

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  6. I started this late but worked diligently to get caught up. Finished the main project on Sunday morning and did the Pear yesterday afternoon. Now to decide how to FFO it. What a wonderful project for the fall. Thank you so much for offering us your charts.

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    1. Oh wow, Sally. Thank you so much for stitching along with me. I hope you enjoyed each and every stitch. Have a wonderful time FFOing the stamps. Have a blessed week.

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  7. I love seeing yours framed, Melisa (and like the gold frame very much!). It must make you so proud to know you've designed all these cuties and have had so many stitching along with you. I can see this idea growing into a seasonal thing, maybe? Always admire your creativity and generous spirit--thank you!

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    1. Aah you are so kind, Carol. It was such a blessing and a joy to share these autumn stamps . It was such a joy and a surprise that so many participated. I do feel blessed. Thank you so much for the sweetest most heart warming compliment, Carol. You are a dear.

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  8. Love the frame--I worked alot all last week on it--but only got the 9 frames in and 6 designs in so far--I will keep 'pluggin' away on it til it is finished--Thanks for the cute designs and all your work on them!
    hugs, di

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    1. Oh how that darn "work thing" gets in the way of our fun time Lol. You will have these stitched up in no time. Di and I hope you enjoy each little stamp. Have a blessed week and happy stitching.

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  9. I love how you can find all kinds of frames at thrift stores! And I love your finished piece. I'm working on mine...just the top done.

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    1. Oh thank you so much, Donna. I love going to the thrift stores . Sometimes I am lucky and find some goodies that would be perfect for finishing. The frames are a whole lot cheaper there that is for sure. Have a great day and I hope you are enjoying the SAL

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  10. Wonderful, I'm not a cross stitcher but I do enjoy seeing your gorgeous creations.

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    1. Aah thank you so much, Jenny and I do appreciate you stopping by when I post my stitching. I enjoy seeing all of the projects that you work on too. It is a lot of fun to be a multicrafter isn't it? Have a great week.

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  11. Your frame looks great!! Are you planning anymore autumn stamps? ;-) I am woefully behind, but for a good reason~ I spent last week at a retreat with my quilty girlfriends~ 5 friends, lots of trouble!! LOL

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    1. Five quilty friends that does sound like fun and lots of trouble. Lol. Thank you so much, Sandie. I hope to add some more in the near future. I will finish mine as pillows more than likely. I do love the smalls. I hope you have a wonderful week working on quilting and stitching. Thank you so much for stitching along.

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  12. Melisa - thanks so much for these fun patterns! I am really enjoying working on them. I got a late start, but will plog along until done. ;o) Margie/TN

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    1. Aah thank you so much, Margie. I am so honored and thrilled that you have joined me in the SAL . No deadlines here - Just have fun. I hope you enjoy each and every stitch. Hugs and blessings.

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  13. I am sooooo loving these little stamps. What a fun SAL. Thank you so much for sharing them with us.

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    1. Kathy , I am so honored that you have been stitching along and it just warms my heart that you have enjoyed the stamps so far. I wish you a blessed week. Happy quilting and stitching.

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