Sunday, November 8, 2015

Enjoy Thanksgiving


Time for another AAA Cards Challenge.  The theme of Game #52 is Thanks and/or Thanksgiving.  Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday here in the US, bar none.  I love gathering with friends and family, sharing food and stories and having the house smell wonderful from all the cooking and baking.  It can be a hard day too for many, and I always keep that in mind with a heart full of gratitude for my many blessings.

Here is my take on the challenge:


I have a Thanksgiving themed set of images on fabric from Crafty Secrets that I have had forever.  This one is quite comical.  I cut it out and adhered it to a die cut stitched square which is popped up with foam tape on the base. There is a tiny bit of blue in the image that matches the twine, so I went for it.  I stenciled some spatters with Antique Linen DI on the base. The sentiment is an old Hero Arts wood mounted stamp.  I embossed the image in copper, though I kind of wish I used a darker hue.

Thank you so much for stopping by today.  Please head over to the AAA Cards Challenge blog and see what the DT has created.  Then get your craft on, and link up your Thanks and Thanksgiving creation there.

I am linking my Enjoy Thanksgiving card to the following challenges:

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Thanks/Thanksgiving.


5 comments:

Jill Vickers said...

Your fabric panel card are amazing Stephanie! I loved the last one you did and this one is just as much fun - seriously love the cooking turkey! The splatters on the background are the perfect finishing touch!

Sazzle Dazzle said...

What a fun image Stephanie and on fabric too.
Great take on the challenge and love those golden splatters too. Sarah x

Jingle said...

This is very cute! Thanks so much for playing along with us over on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

Joyce said...

This is adorable. Is that a turkey cooking? Must be beef or chicken on the menu then!

cm said...

Images on fabric? How cool is that, and you've certainly showcased Chef Turkey wonderfully! Joyce's comment makes me laugh; I imagine he's stirring a big pot of oatmeal!
Hugs~c