It's that time again and this week over at Peachy Keen it's a colour challenge. As you know it's also Thanksgiving on Thursday for our American friends and since I have a lot of crafty friends, some not so crafty friends plus a few family members that live state side, I decided to make a "Happy Thanksgiving" card!! I Hope they/you like it!!
Challenge 44: Colour Inspiration
Sentiment ~ PK-149 Happy Snowman with Label
maple leafs ~ fiskars punch
stamped and cut image 3X for dimension
PEACHY KEEN CHALLENGE 44 :: COLOR INSPIRATIONbe sure to check out the new challenge, hopefully you will have time to play along
Guess what?? I was going blog to blog to make comments on everyone's creations for the PK challenge and I came across another challenge that this card would be perfect for. Woohoo, I love Stamptv and there sets are awesome, perfect for so many occasions with all their fabulous sentiments!! Here;s the deets...
Cardz TV Stamps DT Challenge #19
"SCENE IT!'" Create a card, layout or craft project with a Thanksgiving or Christmas scene!
You have until noon EST, Thursday, November 22nd, to post your name and a link to your card, LO or craft below using Inlinkz.
Now Mary is just a fabul0us lady, would love to meet her in person some day, she's always so soft spoken and sweet! If you don't have time to join in this challenge then click newer posts, there's a few more great challenges posted I want to see if I can get in on. Good luck, hope to see you in these challenges! :) hugs
cricut card paper doll dress up for corn stalks
Pooh and Friends Cricut cart: fence's, basket of apples and some of the leaves
all sentiments are from "Season of Giving" by Hero Arts
except I masked off happy and hand wrote "Across the miles"
I was pretty happy that I could incorporate all the required colours in the image, isn't that scarecrow toooo cute :) I just LOVE this stamp!!! It's perfect for this time of year and for creating scene's, another love of mine :)
The fence's were a bit of work since it cuts out two sections at a time and I couldn't really weld them together since I had cut the field in two uneven sections, which is barely even noticeable now, so I cut several out and just did a lot of cutting and gluing to get them to go with the lay of the land.
I made the basket 3D by cutting it twice, adding a couple pop dots inside, then gluing the sides to each other and cutting extra apples to fill the basket up more.
By the expression on the sunflowers face I think she's a little nervous that bird is hungry, LOL All the leaves above the fences are supposed to be floating down from a nearby tree after a recent big gust of wind. So they are actually in the foreground, otherwise they would have to be different sizes, which I could have done, if I had remembered I have a punch that cuts out smaller ones, doh, LOL next time!!
That's is for this weeks challenge, as soon as I saw it I knew which stamp I was using and that I was going to make a scene, this is a bit different than what I had in mind, but I like it much better. I've been pretty busy trying to get the house ready to go on the market and I just haven't had time to work on it. Oh well, back at it, hubby built new railings for the front porch, off to paint, have a great day and ty so much for stopping by!! I hope your not to busy and can get your craft on! And if your state side have a wonderful Thanksgiving, surrounded by your loved one's, stay safe!! :)
Big inky hugs and glitter wishes!!