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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Thanksgiving Harvest

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I combined today's Rubbernecker Blog challenge - Paper Piecing w/ the sketch challenge on Splitcoast

The main image panel is all one stamp and was stamped on Basic Grey 6x6 Infuse DP and then again on a lighter

solid background DP from the same pace for the field and harvest.  The border around the image panel and the field

and harvest were colored w/ Copic Markers.  The Thanksgiving Banner was stamped on Basic Grey Scarlets Letter.

The horizontal layer is also a Rubbernecker Stamp Co. image called Wheat Border.  I inked it with Versafine Vintage Sepia

and stamped off once before stamping each time.  The vertical layer is also from Basic Grey 6x6 Infuse.  Layers are Old Olive

and Black CS and the card base is black.  The metal corner is a brad by The Paper Studio/Spare Parts.  Oh, forgot to mention

that the edges of the red DP base were scraped with a toothbrush inked with Versafine Onyx Black ink.


  1. Beautiful, Shelly! Love your coloring on that great image!!

  2. Ooooooh! Shelly, I love this!! The colors, textures, patterns...they are all so fabulous!!! These warm rich colors are my favorite!! I love it!!

  3. Gorgeous card, Shelly! I love all the textures and use of the different designer papers!

  4. This is sooo pretty, Shelly...I love that image and your awesome paper piecing!!! I love the gorgeous colors and papers, too!!!

  5. This is so lovely, Shelly!

  6. Very pretty card! Love the paper and your coloring.

  7. Such a pretty scene! I love the graduated brads and the photo corner! Really nice card!

  8. Great card Shelly!! You did a fabulous job with the sketch! :) TFS!

  9. This is so lovely. I love the colors, texture and the main image. Great LO too.

  10. What a gorgeous Fall card! I love everything you did and didn't do with this. That corner adornment is wonderful and so are the graduated brads.


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