Monday, November 3, 2014

Let's Talk Turkey

Happy Monday crafty friends,
Hope you had an enjoyable weekend. With Halloween officially behind us, it is time to “talk Turkey”.  So I decided to start out November with a really quick and easy card.
happy turkey day card-480
I used some papers from the DCWV Halloween and Fall Stack. I started with a plain kraft cardstock base. I used the pre-colored version of the digital turkey stamp. Once I printed it out, I added some extra dimension to him by coloring him in with my various copic markers. This made it really fast and easy. I then added a border with some paper and then some olive ribbon and was done!
turkey day ppr-350

Here’s another card I created that was also really quick and simple. I used the same layout for this card to make it super simple. I also once again used the pre-colored Cornucopia digi and printed it out. I then added some quick dimension by using a few of my Copics. I used more of the same DCWV Halloween and Fall stack papers and added another border and ribbon. For this one I also used some May Arts hemp cord and a little button. Another fast and easy design.

Two quick and easy cards to kick off my Thanksgiving card needs!

Products Used For These Projects

dcwv halloween and fall stack-200
DCWV Halloween and Fall Stack

harvest cornucopiads-200
Harvest Blessings Digi Set
turkey day ppr-200
Happy Turkey Day Digi Set
kraft cardstock-200
basic cardstock pack-200
mayarts-SM-10-burlap cord

tombow adhesive runner
tombow foam tabs
tombow mono liquid glue
Misc. Supplies
Button and Ribbons

bear w pumpkin digi set-200
Be sure to visit my post from Saturday to pick up this week’s FREE digi set! HERE Free through Thursday the 6th! As always, thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your crafty time with me. Be sure to stop back by tomorrow for another fun and inspiring crafty project! Until then,




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