Saturday, November 17, 2012

Give Thanks

Since Thanksgiving is only five days away, several sites had a challenge relating to the theme of Thanksgiving, the fall holiday of the harvest. At Cheery Lynn autumn colors is the challenge. Kraft Journal says it's turkey time. Tuesday Throwdown has the theme of thankful for you. Simon Says Stamp wants to see Thanksgiving, while Creative Belli has harvest/fruit as its theme.
To make my card I started with a piece of white cardstock for the background. I die cut the image design using Cheery Lynn's Fall Harvest 2 die. To color the image, I used distress stickles and ice stickles. The result is a very sparkly, colorful image. The sentiment is from Tim Holtz's chit chat stickers.

9 comments:

Shelly Schmidt said...

Beautiful! I love all of the shimmer- and the great idea for using that die!

Karen Letchworth said...

This is really pretty, Barbara! It reminds me of a church's stained glass window. Thanks for sharing with us at The Kraft Journal, and have a blessed week!
Karen L, Design Team
The Kraft Journal

beadz said...

What a fun way to use your Stickles! Thanks for joining us at Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge and good luck!
hugs,
Gini

cheiron said...

Wonderful stickled card. Great image. Thanks for playing along with the Thank You/Thanksgiving challenge over at the Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog!

Becky Garrison said...

Very pretty! That is such a pretty and intricate die cut ... great job! Thanks for joining us this week at The Kraft Journal! Becky / DT

Robin Parker said...

I just love the Cheery Lynn Dies you used to create this vision. Thanks for sharing on the Belli Challenge for Harvest/Fruit.

~Tammy~ said...

This is really beautiful! It looks so much like a beautiful piece of stained glass! I am going to have to check the Cheery Lynn dies out! Amazing! So happy you shared with us at The Kraft Journal for our Turkey Time Challenge!

Shar said...

Fabulous effect and beautiful card!

Larelyn said...

This is stunning! thanks for sharing at Tuesday Throwdown.
Hugs,
Larelyn