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Give Thanks

Hey there, Bleeps! I'm back today after a very productive night. Here is a card using Tracy's Happy Harvest set, which is now available over at i {heart} papers. I really like the font for the sentiments. I used a unique color palette and all inspired by the Basic Grey patterned paper. The layout is this week's featured sketch on Splitcoaststampers (SC248).

Don't forget to check out Embellish magazine's site for a wrap up of the Polka Dot Paradise Color Challenge.

Have a great Friday Eve and thanks for stopping by!

Card Instructions
  1. Trim smokey shadow cardstock to an A2 card.
  2. Trim patterned paper and adhere to card front.
  3. Stitch around patterned paper.
  4. Trim orange cardstock into squares and stamp images and sentiments.
  5. Adhere orange squares to card front with foam adhesive.
  6. Color image and add rhinestones.
:: My Goodies {give thanks} ::
Ink: Papertrey Ink - smokey shadow; Copics
Paper: Papertrey Ink - smokey shadow + orange zest; Basic Grey - ambrosia collection
Accessories: Janome Sew Mini; thread; KaiserCraft-rhinestones
Card Size: 4.25" x 5.5"


Winter said...

So pretty! I love the colors and the patterned paper! :)

Anonymous said...

Super fab, Ashley. Love, love what you do.

Stamping Cafe said...

Gorgeous colors and card, Ashley! Love everything about it!

Heather P. said...

Look at you rockin' all these sketches lately! :) Super pretty card! Love the bling!

Nicole said...

love this card Ashley. The bling is a great touch

whoistracy said...

Simply fabulous! I love that paper and the little bling.

Anonymous said...

I love the grey! Oooh it looks so fab with the orange! (*adding to my memory files*) :-) Way to go for more sketches! :-) Love it! ;-)

i {heart} papers said...

Very pretty. Love the bling.

itsallrosi said...

really pretty!

Yaneri said...

Adorable Ashley!

Anonymous said...

What a cool thing you did in the top box! You're so inventive :)

Deanna said...

Oooooo loving the orange zest and the smokey shadow! Delish!

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