Thursday, November 24, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving!


Happy Thanksgiving my dear stamping friends! I am spending the morning watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on tv with Jack. It's a tradition. If you were to ask Jack what we do on Thanksgiving he would tell you that we watch the parade and jump in the leaves. Because jumping in the leaves makes him happy. Boy, I love this kid!



When I saw this fabulous color challenge, I knew I was going to use as many fall elements as I could on my card. So I have acorns and leaves galore adorning it! Both sets of words and the acorns are from the Acorny Thank You stamp set. The large leaf is from Vintage Leaves and the small leaves in the background is a stamp in the Perpetual Birthday Calendar set. I know I added in a small sliver of Early Espresso card stock, but I couldn't help it. My card was calling for a 'pop' of a neutral color to tie it all together. I so enjoyed worked with Cherry Cobbler, Delightful Dijon and Crumb Cake this week! Hopefully you will too as we would love for you to share your creativity with us! Hop on over to Create with Connie and Mary and check out what all the other designers were inspired to create with them. Happy Stamping!



5 comments:

  1. Jennifer this is one of the nicest Fall cards I've seen - I love both stamped background panels and the acorn and leaves look fabulous!

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  2. Beautiful use of the colors this week, Jennifer! My favorite part of your card is the Sunshine Wishes die cut behind your sentiment! What a clever use of that thinlit!

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  3. I agree with Jenny! I love the dies you put behind the sentiment! I am terrible at looping thread...this is a great alternative! Will have to give it a try!

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  4. Such a fabulous card! I love the stamped background and the big leaf and acorns finishe it off brilliantly

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  5. I love it. I was trying to figure out what DSP you used. You did a fabulous job stamping those little leaves and placing them perfectly. I love the die cut behind the sentiment, great idea!

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