This month at Crafty Card Gallery
we have been showcasing Thanksgiving or cards of thanks and today is my
turn to do the same. Since Thanksgiving is over and the Christmas
Season is upcoming I thought I would make a card to show a friend how
thankful I am for her. I used a digi from Sherri Baldy at the Scrapbook Stamp Society
to showcase on this card and I hope you like it!!
products that I used in this card were Paper Trey Ink card stock,
Bazzill, My Mind’s Eye-O Christmas Tree, Spellbinder’s – Heart
Circles-S4-316, ColorBox Chalk Olive Pastel and Cranberry, Quick Kutz
Nesting Frame 4, Ribbon from my stash, Zots Adhesive, ATG Adhesive,
Xyron Adhesive, Zig Adhesive, Viva Pearl Pen-Gold, Sentiment was typed with Microsoft Word using Felix Titling 16 pt. The poinsettia
was made by me a couple of years ago and I don’t remember everything I
used, I believe it was made with Bazzill, brad, and stickles. I used a
Penny Duncan SVG to cut it with my Black Cat Cougar.
normal I used Copics to color the image and I can tell you I used
E0000, E000, E00, E17, E21, E29, E31, E34, E35, E51 and E93 but then I
was talking at a crop and put the rest of the markers up without writing
them down.. oops…sorry…but hey the crop was fun.
Well that is my DT card for you this month here at The Crafty Card Gallery.
I hope you like it and I want to thank each and everyone of you for
following me through out the year!! I love having my online friends come
and visit my blog and leave me a word or two, so I say unto you all,
“Hoping you all had a great Thanksgiving and wishing each and everyone
of you a very Merry Christmas!!” Please come on over to my blog and check things out after you finish up here, I would love for you to leave a comment for me and let me know how you like my cards. See you over at Scrappinwith’Z!
Design Team post for this month. HERE
is where you can purchase the stamp set
that I used for my card. Isn’t it a cute set from Craffiti Direct?
Being that I wanted a card to just say thanks, I only inked the parts of the stamp
that I wanted to use. I’ve now turned a Thanksgiving Stamp Set
into one that can be used just to say thanks, quite a versatile set!
And that’s THE best type of stamp set. I stamped the acorn in brown and gold,
then colored the acorn in with my Copic Markers and used a Spica Glitter pen.
I just LOVE the way the acorn turned out, don’t you?
Yes, the acorn is located on the inside of the card. I cut a window for it
on the front of the card.
Here’s the entire card…
That’s all for now, I hope I’ve inspired you to be CRAFTY!
For those of you in the U.S.,
have a WONDERFUL and SAFE Thanksgiving Holiday!
For those of you outside the U.S.A., have a GREAT day!
Until next time…HAPPY CRAFTING!!!
I’m sharing my Thank You card for this month’s DT challenge.
We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving here in Australia, so I’ve made a Thank You card instead. Because it’s a thank you card, I am also able to donate this card to our local oncology ward, where a group of local ladies (including myself) donate cards every month.
You can learn how to do this technique by visiting my blog:
Thanks so much for stopping by!
I’m here today, from Christina’s Rainbow Room and the Crafty Card Gallery Design Team to share a Thank You card I made. It’s very colorful and stands out on the black paper! One of the techniques I used is “chalking”– it’s pretty cool.
handmade mixed media card
For more details about the “chalking” technique and my card – visit me at http://my-rainbow-connecton.com/2013/11/20/autumn-leaves/
have a great day!
Hi everyone! I’m here to share my design team card I created for the Crafty Card Gallery Blog. This month’s challenge is Thanksgiving/thank you theme. Well, I created a gratitude card. Gratitude means a feeling of thankfulness or appreciation. I’m thankful for my family, a loving husband, family, friends, talent to create and I’m most thankful for a God that has given me ALL of that and so must more.
I used Trees of Gratitude rubber stamp set from Unity Stamp Company. I love how the card turned out but with rainy weather and the photos I took the coloring of the card just did not turn out the way it looks in person.
The card measures 4 1/2″x8″ and I used kraft cardstock for the base and then I used a variety of scrapbook paper, paper leaves, button, Dew Drop and Color Box Chestnut Roan Fluid Chalk ink.
If you have any questions let me know, hope your Monday is wonderful and enjoy creating!!!
Today, we’re sharing with you our “challenge” for this month with Crafty Card Gallery
For this challenge we we’re asked to make a thank you card or thanksgiving themed.
I changed my mind right before making my project & decided to make this “Thankful” banner. It will be perfect in the coming weeks as my family prepares for Thanksgiving.
At our Thanksgiving dinner we usually share ten things we are thankful for each year. At our house during the holidays it is generally just my husband and our two teenagers as we do not have family nearby. It is something I’m used to as growing up it was very similar (my parents and two sisters)…I grew up in a military family.
We too often spent holidays with other family, church friends or military families without family nearby. What traditions does your family have? More details about our card can be found on our blog at here