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>> Friday, June 8, 2012

by Julie Warner - The Write Stuff

Happy Friday!
 I hope your week has gone well. Poor Leonard! Do you think his muddy little friend is embarrassing him? This is one of those cards that started out much differently but took a left turn somewhere. And then it just kept going...and going... It seems like I must have used 57 different stamps on this, lol. If y'all have ever seen any of the cards on display at a show or store, they have little labels on the back with the stamps used listed on there. Hmmm....I'm gonna need a much BIGGER label, lol. 

So the fence is made up of 3 different fences that I stamped, cut out and pieced together. Leonard with the billboard was stamped a couple of times and I cut out his hooves and nose of the second one to add on top of my stretched sign. I did have to use a stamp positioner to rearrange the greeting a little. The card is 5.50 x 4.25.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great weekend!

paper: white
ink: Ancient Page coal, Memento pear tart, bamboo leaves, potter's clay, summer sky
accessories: Tombow markers, bird punches (McGill & Martha Stewart), cloud punches (All Night Media), stamp positioner


Jennifer E. said...

OMG! This is fabulous! Great job putting all those stamps together!

Karin said...

Ok, wow. Just, just... WOW!

Janett said...

Julie you never fail to amaze me, what a great card.

Chrissy D said...

What a CUTE scene!!! Love this fun farm card!

Pam said...

Let me just say that I'm beyond amazed at this work of art. Can you say detail? Goodness, it is adorable. Your work continues to amaze me.

Sue said...

What a mind-blowing card! I'd love to know where it did start, but I'm sure glad it took that left turn!

Shelia said...

wow this is awesome!

VanessaB said...

amazing card. love all those wonderful details. the piggies are so cute.

Samantha said...

It's Wow Friday again!! This card is beyond awesome, Julie and you are an amazing artist!

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