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>> Wednesday, November 14, 2012


Welcome!

Is it me or is Thanksgiving insanely early this year?  I can't believe it's only a week away!!  Luckily I had a little help last week in my stamping "room" so I'm a little ahead of the game!  That said, if you look at my card today and think "Nice coloring!!"  please address all your compliments to my niece Krissy.  Out of all my nieces (I have 7.... and 8 nephews too!) she's been my biggest stamping helper.  And now that she's reached the grand old age of 14, I can safely hand her anything and not be shocked by the results as you can see by her excellent job on the Pumpkin Bouquet



My part was easy - I stamped our new Checkerboard Stamp using purple ink and then stamped it again in the "holes" using vintage green ink.  The background in back of the flowers was made using our new Material Maker Stamp and orange ink and I finished up by stamping Happy Fall Y'all using more purple ink.  Easy peasy as they say :)

Thanks for stopping by and don't forget you have this last day to participate in our Candles Challenge and please stop back tomorrow to see our winner and to see what our next challenge is!




6 comments:

Shelia said...

Nice card Sue. I love how you stamped the checkerboard twice! It looks great! Your niece did a wonderful job coloring too!!

Pam said...

Oh, such wonderful, rich colors and fabulous coloring. A fall beauty.

Janett said...

I love the way you stamped the Checkerboard with two colors. Your nice did a great job coloring the image. Beautiful card.

Karin said...

Wow, she did a great job coloring! She'll be looking for a DT spot before you know it :) Love the 2 colored background too!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Fabulous, Sue & Krissy! A real knockout of a card! The pumpkin/flowers are so beautifully colored and your checkerboard looks like glass blocks.

Samantha said...

Nice job Krissy and Sue! The coloring is wonderful and I love your tile look background!

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