Simon Wednesday Challenge, SugarPea Design

Sugarpea Designs – Indian Summer

by jnicreative-
sugarpea-designs-indian-summer

Happy Friday.

The weather has been getting chillier and chillier, which means Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas are on the way. I can’t wait for the Holiday season to be here! End of the year is my favorite times of the year and I can’t wait for them.

So, I have a Thanksgiving card I want to share. As soon as this stamp set arrived in my craft room, I knew I had to make this card.

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I am typically the girl that likes the cute side characters. When Despicable Me came out, I was in love with minions. For the Rise of the Guardians, my favorite characters are the dingles. And of course, for this Indian Summer stamp set, my favorite one is the tiny turkey.

For the tiki, pumpkin, and turkey, I did simple coloring with Copic sketch marker.

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I positioned all of the colored images on top of each other. For my favorite little turkey, I foamed taped to add some dimension.

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For the sentiment, I went bold and cut the sentiment stamp into two. Be creative with the stamps you have, but be careful not to ruin the stamp 🙂

After cutting the sentiment, I positioned first part on the top and second half on the bottom.

For the borders, I used the large cross stitched rectangle die from Lawn Fawn. Using border dies to create frame is a good technique to wrap up clean and simple cards.

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I hope you enjoyed my card for today! Have a nice weekend 🙂

 

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Indian summer
Indian summer
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LF Large Cross Stitched Rectangle
LF Large Cross Stitched Rectangle
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SSS Intense Black
SSS Intense Black
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Crafting Tape
Crafting Tape
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Foam Tape
Foam Tape
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Misti
Misti
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Cutter Bee
Cutter Bee
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Neenah Solar White
Neenah Solar White
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1 Comment

  1. Debby

    Oh what a sweet thanksgiving, love it.
    Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
    luv
    Debby

    25 . Sep . 2017

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