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A Cornucopia of Thanksgiving!

>> Thursday, October 8, 2009

By Debbie Seyer - A Peek Into My Stamping Room

When I found out that DRS Designs was sponsoring the monthly Sheetload of Cards e-zine for October, I was so excited! There is nothing I like better than a good sketch. Of course, Sheetload of Cards, goes beyond the sketch helping to make sure you get the most of your supplies with paper cutting guides plus samples of Anything But a Card using the sketch, too. Be sure to check out this month's issue AND Sheetload of Cards challenges. You could win a DRS Designs gift certificate!

For my sample in Sheetload this month, I used a wonderful image from DRS called Cornucopia. Its the perfect image to make some Happy Thanksgiving cards.

Supplies Used: Stamps: DRS Designs - Cornucopia L566, One Line Happy Thanksgiving D841
Dies: Spellbinders-Scalloped & Classic Paisleys, Fancy Tag Trio, Brads, Ribbon and 3d Foam Squares, Copic Markers Patterned Paper: Stampin’ Up! Cardstock: Dark Chocolate, Really Rust, Whisper White

DRS has so many great Thanksgiving images and sentiments to choose from. If you are looking for an image to make some Thanksgiving Decorations be sure to check out DRS Designs! Have a great day!


Cathy Indelicato said...

Very pretty and festive!

Anonymous said...

Debbie, this is so gorgeous!! Loving the die cuts and that label is so elegant!! So perfect for this image!! TFS!

Sue said...

All I can say is WOW!

Jennifer E. said...

Love your take on this sketch! Such a beautiful card!

Jennifer E. said...

Love your take on this sketch! Such a beautiful card!

Anonymous said...

This is really pretty. The paisley die cut fits the image perfectly!

Jessica G. said...

Beautiful coloring on the cornucopia and how perfect the Nesties die cut worked to showcase it! Awesome take on the SheetLoads' sketch!!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is so pretty, Debbie! I could have sworn I commented on it, then I realized I did, but it was on SCS.

Samantha said...

Lovely card Debbie! Great job on the sketch.

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