Hi everyone today is my day at Card A Day Blog and the theme is Thanksgiving cards. I just love the milk can stamp Christine at Creative Genie-ous used yesterday on her card yesterday. I have the cutting sizes listed at the bottom of my post.
For my card I started with a piece of cream cardstock and embossed with the Designer Frames then cut around it. I used some post it notes to cover the sides of the frame where I did not want the ink to show up and stamped the wheat inside the frame. I then stamped the pheasant onto white cardstock and cut around him. I used pop up dots behind the pheasant when I put him onto the frame.
The Happy Thanksgiving is one long wood stamp and I wanted break it into two pieces. I cut my paper at 1/2" wide, stamped "Happy", cleaned my stamp then stamped "Thanksgiving". I use the same purple paper with the scallop punch and added it to the inside of the card ( it looks more blue in the picture but it is the same paper).
Tomorrow Terri Wright is the designer of the day at Card A Day Blog, so stop by and see what she had created for you. Don't forget to enter the challenges at Card A Day Blog.
Thanks for stopping by.
Card Base: Brown cardstock - 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored at 4 1/2"
Cream Layer: 5 1/4" x 4"
Purple Layer: 5" x 3 3/4", then embossed
Inside Card: Cream Layer - 5 1/4" x 4"
Purple: 1" x 4", then punched, and glued with just a hint of brown showing at the bottom of the card.
Paper: Recollections - Brown, cream and white; DCWV - purple
Stamp: Stampin' Up - Autumn Days; Hero Arts - Thanksgiving Message
Ink: Stampin' Up - Early Espresso, Inkadinkadoo - Terra Cotta
Embossing Folder: Stampin' Up - Square Lattice and Designer Frames (the rectangle)
Punch: Stampin' Up - Scallops
Misc: ribbon, adhesive, pop up dots, scissors