Cards in Envy Challenge: Thankful

It’s Monday Folks and time for another Cards in Envy Challenge Post.  This is one of my personal favorites because it’s about being Thankful.  Thanksgiving is a so special to me.  A time when family got together and enjoyed some really great times.  Now that I’ve moved 3,000 miles away from all my family I sure miss that, but still hold this time very sacred.  The “Thankful” challenge will run through Sunday, November 30th.  Your card can include anything related to being thankful as long as it fits into a standard A2 card.  Winners will be chosen by the Design Team and featured on the Cards in Envy blog.

How about some inspiration?  I am using an adorable image by Mo Manning called, “Fall Fairy Jesen”.  I colored him with Copic Markers and decided to make a different shape card that would still fit into an A2 envelope.  I used several dies on the card including: Large Flower Circle die is: Spellbinders, Flag and circle dies are My Favorite Things, leaves are from Paper Smooches.  I rounded the edges using my crop-a-dile and the card base was stamped with a leaf image from my stash.  The design paper is Authentique’s from last year that I edged the circle with antique Linen distress ink.  I finished the card with both ribbon and hemp and cut a Simon Says Stamp banner to place the sentiment.  Hope you like it!

Mo Manning Digital Image

Mo Manning Digital Image

 

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About urrn4u

Hi! I'm Kathy, a Southern Californian native who has lived in the west coast, midwest, northeast and now the southeast. I'm a Registered Nurse who lives for the creation of Art. I am currently on the Design Teams of Cards in Envy, From The Heart Stamps, and Technique Junkies with previous design credits for A Blog Named Hero, A Day For Daisies, Creative Vision, From the Heart Stamps, Open-Minded Crafting, Repeat Impressions Stamps, Sketch Saturday, Send a Smile 4 Kids and Try Stampin' On Tuesday. I've also guest designed for Crafting By Design, Kenny K, The Alley Way, and Simon Says Stamp. I am married 25+ years to a wonderful man and have two very special grown sons, Dan and Matt.

Posted on November 17, 2014, in Cards in Envy and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Oh my goodness! I love the way you colored those leaf wings!! Awesome card Kathy!

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  2. I had to stop by and tell you how beautiful your card is- fab coloring! I am also a crafty nurse : )

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  3. oh this one is a cutie! I can see why you chose him for your fav.
    thank you so much for playing along with us over on DP2
    hugs Lou xx

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  4. Lovely card!
    Thanks for joining us in Mo’s challenge!
    Nela xx

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