Wednesday, August 9, 2017

The Sisterhood of Crafters - Harvest Hoedown

Hi everyone!  It's time for another challenge from The Sisterhood of Crafters.  Darlene is hosting this week and it's a Harvest Hoedown.  Create something related to the harvest such as tractors, scarecrows, apples, cornstalks or sunflowers.  Whenever I think of harvest, I think of Autumn and pumpkins and leaves changing colors and Thanksgiving.  It's my favorite time of the year.

As you may be aware, I have an obsession with Distress Oxide inks.  I seem to grab them first these days.  For the pumpkins and leaves, I painted the colors since I didn't want to smoosh the image through all the colors and have purple pumpkins. 


Stamp Set:  Bushel of Blessings (c) Taylored Expressions; Distress Oxide Inks:  Candied Apple, Fossilized Amber, Lucky Clover, Peeled Paint, Spiced Marmalade, Wilted Violet, Worn Lipstick, Vintage Photo; Inks:  Basic Black Archival, Jet Black StazOn; Cardstock:  Burlap Paper (DCWV), Whisper White, Whisper White Thick; Other:  Bushel of Blessings Dies (Taylored Expressions), Golden Harvest Glitter Drops (Nuvo), Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies

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Thanks for stopping in at the Coffee Pot Stamping Cafe,

Marsha

9 comments:

  1. Beautiful card and design..love the addition of the burlap...so much pretty color with your oxides (I just bought my first ones)....great stamp set, too!

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    1. Thanks, Diane. You're going to love those oxide inks.

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  2. What a fabulous fall creation Marsha! I hear ya on those oxide inks ... I'm addicted to them too! So much fun and the end results are always so exciting to see! Thanks for wonderful Harvest Time inspiration!

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    1. Thanks, Darlene! What I really like with the end results is that you never know what you're going to get. I'm not sure it's possible to make two cards the came with them.

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  3. Great Fall card, Marsha! I love how you colored them with the distress oxide inks. I haven't tried them yet but they sure are getting tempting!!

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    1. Thanks, Debbie! They are fabulous inks and give such a different look than your regular inks.

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  4. Wonderful card - and the use of burlap in the back is the perfect accent for your card.

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