Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Look Ma, no cheesecloth.......


...........or lace or doilies.......OMG.......what DID I use for my card then is what you are probly wondering right!?!
Well I used this Scarecrow Tilda that I am madly in love with to make a birthday card for my friend. Belated albeit, but still made nonetheless hey!?!?
I used a couple challenges to inspire me. At TOMIC they want you to make your own background paper, so I took the liberty of digging out some of my SU sets & using various ink colors to stamp on a piece of kraft paper. With a bit of distressing & sponging with Antique Linen distrss ink, I think it turned out pretty good. I added some stamped swirls to the paper beside Tilda too! At the Magnolialicious Highlights blog they want so see some rich fall colors. All the while I used the sketch from Sketch Saturday.....although I totally flipped it upside down!?!!> heehee


All the ribbons (jute & leaves) are from Really Reasonable Ribbons & the butterfly flower pegs & larger leaves are from Dollarama. The word 'happy' is from my JUSTWORDZ stamp set!


Hope everyone had a successful start to the first day of school (here in Canada anyways).
We kinda started off on the wrong foot.
We missed the bus! LOL
It was just my daughter who started today & I guess I shoulda pushed her out the door at 8:15 am cuz the bus driver DID SAY she'd be here at 8:25 am! Lesson learned. I sure hope her day gets better!
Grade 5 already. Geesh......where does the time go!?!?


Challenges for my card:
TOMIC- make your own background
Flutterby Wednesdays- open
ATS Magnolia Challenge- stretch your imagination
Magnolialicious Highlites blog- Autumn/Fall colors
Sketch Saturday- sketch (see below)- I flipped it right upside down!
 

17 comments:

marion said...

wowww !! Love your card ! Love scarecrow tilda ! Hugs, Marion

Mallika said...

wow ! loved it

Sandra said...

Wow l just love your card great scarecrow and great background too!:) Sandra H

Chrissy said...

Gorgeous Autumn card Corry. Love scarecrow Tilda and fabulous colouring.

Luv CHRISSYxx

Kelly Schelske said...

Super card Corry! Love the maple leaves!!

Dora said...

Wow Corry, I love your card, that leaves ribbon is gorgeous, love it xx

Rebekah said...

Lol Corry you sound like me if there isn't any cheesecloth, lace, doilies or flowers the card must be naked!!! I know what you mane about time whizzing past too, now all 3 of my babies are at school!! I love this scene you have created just perfect for that image hugs rebekah xx

Donna Mosley said...

So gorgeous Cor, I love this lil' cutie and the background and details are amazing. Hope your daughters first day back went well, yep! they do grow up too quick hun. Before you know it the little 'un will be starting school.

Donna x

DesignerDiva said...

I like totally love your leaves Mrs!!! Why can't we have a Dollarama shop here we could call it poundaround! Perfect card Cor, you couldn't have done anything more fitting for this super image - love it!

Hugs Laurie x

Kimberly said...

Oh your background paper is perfect. I would never have guessed you created it. Love the image and the leaf's totally tells me fall is here. Great card. tfs
www.justwordz.ca

coops said...

wow i love this cor.the rich autumnal colours and leaves are fabulous and the scarecrow tilda is so sweet :D

xx coops xx

Pam Sparks said...

Just the sweetest, most charming scarecrow ever Corry! Fabulous coloring and designing! Love your background paper! : )

Jo said...

This is lovely, and a great take on the sketch.
Thank you for joining in our Sketch Saturday challenge, good luck!
Jo xx

Debbie Dolphin said...

Beautiful and I adore your leaves xx
Thankyou so much for joining in with us this week at TOMIC
Hugs
Debbie x xxx

Debs said...

what a gorgeous stamp and I totally love your vine and leaves--awesome fall card
Debs
xxx

Danni said...

Oh how fab!! Those leaves are the perfect accent!! Thank you for playing along with my flutter by challenge!

Jennifer Shults said...

Wonderful creation! Thanks for playing this week's Flutterby Wednesday challenge.

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