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Congrats to Gayle, the newest Featured Stamper (FS722)! She has a lovely gallery & I chose THIS to case. I mainly went w/ the one on the left, keeping the cardinal & greenery, but I used different images & dies & used a different layout.

I stamped the lantern & colored it w/ Copics. Did a little out of the box to keep from cutting off the top of the lantern & the tip of the cardinal’s tail (trust me..birds do not like you messing w/ their tails).

On the kraft layer, I stamped the new pinecone all over w/ the Distress oxide ink but a left a space for the greeting. The pine green circle was dry embossed & I rubbed some gold rub n buff type paste over the top of it. A white gel pen was used to add some highlights to the greeting.

Here are the Copics I used:

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Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs – Cardinal Holly Lantern,Sm Pine Cone, Deco Peace & Joy
Paper:X-Press It white, Staples 110# white, pine green, kraft
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black, Distress oxide brushed corduroy
Accessories: Rubbernecker Rectangle Stitch & Circle Stitch dies,  Copic markers, Misti, gold rub n buff, white gel pen, Cuttlebug Textile embossing folder


It’s my honor to host the Splitcoast Inspiration Challenge (IC779) this week, & we are headed to Plaid Crafts where I chose THIS as my inspiration.

For my little turkey, I die cut the turkey & all the feathers, along w/ some leaves & pumpkins out of gold, rust, kraft, brown & olive card stock. I die cut 4 of the turkey bodies, because originally I was going 3D but found that it worked great instead of adding a lot of fun foam to elevate him & keep him from flattening out. I took some extra pics to show what it looks like. Two of the turkey bodies were scored down the middle & one was attached on either side of the front turkey, then a flat turkey body was attached to the back side. The feathers were scored w/ a piercing tool & half were attached to the back of the front turkey & half attached to the back turkey, giving it even more of a dimensional look.

This is the turkey front.

Here’s the bottom view, showing the the extra, scored turkey bodies attached to the front & back turkeys.

Here’s a side view, showing the feathers split between the front & back turkey bodies.


Another side view, showing where I added a pop dot to stabilize it. It’s really not necessary, as the folded side turkeys really help it keep its shape.


The white & rust colored ovals were die cut, the greeting added & attached to a die cut piece of designer paper.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

 

 

Supplies:

Stamps: Rubbernecker Stamps: Kittie Says Friend
Paper:  Staples 110# white, kraft, rust, brown, olive, gold, dp (unknown-from Target)
Ink:  Versaclair nocturne
Accessories:  Rubbernecker Stamps: Rectangle Stitch, Turkey,Pumpkins & Ivy,Tiny Leaves w Acorns, Oval Stitchdies, Crossover II


We have a fun Get Spooked Challenge on the Ways to Use It (WT816) today. So I think this card will definitely fit right in. For the bg, I used the Wrinkle Free Distress tech on some lightweight watercolor paper using some yellow, orange & purple Distress inks.

When it dried, I used the splatter bg to stamp over it w/ gold ink & used gold embossing powder. Then I put the panel in my Misti & stamped the graveyard & crow.  Leaving the panel in place, I put the white layer w/ the oval cut out on top & stamped the grim reaper, took the white panel off & stamped him again. The tombstone & ghost were stamped on white & fussy cut.

Here’s the inside:

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Supplies:

 

Stamps: DRS Designs: Grim ReaperSilhouette GraveyardRIP TombstoneSplatter Bg,Flying Ghost,  Crow, Spirt of Halloween (inside: Frightful Delightful)
Paper: Staples 110# white, black
Ink:Memento tuxedo black, Distress inks squeezed lemonade, mustard seed, carved pumpkin, ripe persimmon, shaded lilac, wilted violet
Accessories: Rubbernecker Rectangle Stitch dies Misti, Mirror Gold embossing powder