Friday, November 12, 2010

Beary Good Harvest

Isn't this a cute stamp from Heartfelt Creations stamps!  This was a fun card to make because I used extra Heartfelt Creations leaves and pumpkin to create  a very dimensional card. This is another card I created for the Heartfelt Creations Blog this week.  Have you been over to see the sneak peek for new products coming out on Black Friday?  Here is the link.

The Beary Good Harvest image was stamped on ivory card stock. I cut out the bottom of the image with scissors then placed the largest Big Scalloped Circles Nestability under the cut out portion and cut the image out. This was placed on a Classic Square Scalloped Large Nestability die, using dimensional dots. The image was colored using colored pencils and OMS. Tim Holtz Distress ink was sponged around the image.

One pumpkin and three small oak leaves were stamped, colored, and cut out with matching dies. The pumpkin and extra leaves were layered around the main image. A bow was added to complete the front of the card.

The greeting on the inside of the card is from the Open Falling Leaves set. It was stamped with brown ink. A Martha Stewart border was punch, using the same designer paper that was used on the front of the card, and attached below the greeting.

Heartfelt Creations products used on this card: 1253G Beary Good Harvest; HCPC 3334 Open Falling Leaves Precut set; HCPC 3329 Pumpkin/Autumn Precut set; HCD 707 Falling Leaves Diecuts; 415218 Pumpkin Nestabilities.

Have a great weekend. 


Blissmade Designs said...

Beautiful card! I like the way you decorated the inside too.

Susan Hogan said...

This is so cute. Love the way you put effort on the inside as well. Go girl!

The Other Patti Sue said...

This is awesome... love all the dimension! Better go check out the black Friday release!

Anonymous said...

Oh Selma I feel I could reach out and pick a grape - fabulous card in every way. I hadn't worked out how you created the inside border so I had to go back and read your discription properly!
Bravo Selma.

Mary Mac


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