Good morning everyone!
Thank you for joining us for another challenge this week. With everyone getting busy for tomorrow’s gobble feast, we wanted to make this week’s challenge all about Giving Thanks. So join us by adding your project with a “giving Thanks” theme. Anything you’re thankful for.
This week’s challenge is sponsored by
Madison is our youngest Design Team member but SUPER talented! I have enjoyed her work for some time. She creates card sets that would be the PERFECT gift. She does this to provide financing for her volleyball endeavors. She is a super talented and super all around girl! Please be sure to check out and support her ECRAFT show…You can GO HERE to see all the marvelous things she makes and sells.
Up for grabs this week is this super adorable set of all occasion cards.
These would make the perfect hostess, teacher, friend gifts for Christmas!
So on to our Design Team’s Inspiration
Gaby used the Bear and Turkey Buddies cutting file from Page-Kits.com
Here is a close up of Gaby’s Turkey…How cute he is with all his embossed and textured feathers!
Beanie used her Cricut and MTC software to do a print n’ cut card.
Madison used the Create A Critter Cartridge and her Cricut
Abby used the Bear and Turkey Buddies Cutting File From Page-Kits.com
Here is a close up of the bear and turkey…How cute!
I Created this layout using various flowers and pumpkin die cuts I created.
I used the Plantin School book and Everyday Paper Dolls for this layout.
Here is a close up of the Cornucopia. The Cornucopia is from Everyday Paper Dolls and the Giving title and apple are from Plantin Schoolbook. The leaves are those fabric-type pre glittered in a package decorations and the rest are die cuts I designed.
The mat the Pie is on actually opens up to reveal a hidden journaling spot.
I used the Gobble ‘til u wobble turkey set (coming soon) from papercraftingworld.com
Here is a close up of the “stuffed turkey” holding his tummy.
I used leaves and acorns cuts (coming soon) from papercraftingworld.com and the give thanks and flourishes are Quickutz dies.
Here are a couple of close up shots of the leaves. I inked them with orange, red and green inks and then went over them with Dark brown and chestnut roan chalk ink. I then added Stickles for the veins. It really does look a lot prettier in person.
So now it’s your turn, show us what you’re thankful for. Just add your link through the INLINKZ button below and join the fun! This challenge will be up until Tuesday, November 30th at Midnight.