Friday, November 18, 2011

Paper Cutz Challenge #117-Let's Talk Turkey

If you are looking for the Cardz TV Stamps Challenge go here.
I goofed. I goofed big time!!! I failed to post my card for the Paper Cutz Challenge. Yeah. My brain must be else where. I think I'll blame it on being sick. Was off work most of last week sick as a dog. Doctor put me to bed. My brain had to have suffered from not being able to get into my craftroom. That has to be what did it. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it!!! HaHaHaHaHaHa
This go round we are 'Talking Turkey!!' We would love for you to make a card, layout or craft project for Thanksgiving using a stamped, digital stamp or Cricut cut image of a turkey. You can use any colors you'd like. I decided to color this awesomely cute turkey from Meljens Designs called Thomas Turkey. He's a very happy turkey. He missed being on the turkey platter!!!! I colored him with my Copics and then fussy cut him out. I cut this piece behind him with my Cuttlebug using a Spellbinders Nestabilites Labels Two and then wrapped some twine from Papertrey Ink around it and popped it up. Then I popped up the digi. The sentiment is a wooden stamp. Punched it out and popped it up. To finish my card, I ran some of the twine through these buttons that I had picked up at Walmart and used glue dots to put them on my card. The bg paper I came across in my stash when I was hunting some other stuff.  Now it is your turn!! You have two weeks to enter. Link up by midnight, EST, Thursday, December 1st.  Hope ya'll like my card!! And have an awesome Thanksgiving!!!! :)


DIANA L. said...

What a fun card. I really like all your elements

Tanya said...

What a cute little turkey! Great job on the coloring there lady! That background paper is really cute and I love the gingham mat...adorable card!

girlia said...

Great card!

shelly said...

super cute card sharon. :) happy thanksgiving :)

tracym110 said...

Such a cute card! Loves the colors!
Tracy M

Sherrie K. said...

Fun card Sharon! so festive and I love that turkey!
Sherrie K