Sunday, November 22, 2009

Giving Thanks!

I know...I'm late! Blogger's Challenge was two days ago, but I couldn't get to my stamping room because my DH put in a new hardwood floor in the hallway. I'm still cleaning up the after effects, but I wanted to sneak in some creating time. Our BC theme this week is called, "Giving Thanks". I decided to give thanks for little Pilgrim boys riding turkeys...lol! I must admit. I'm very thankful for these digital images from Pink Cat Studio. They are so adorable! This one is colored up with Prismas and blended with baby oil. The corner needed a little something, so I attached a Doodlebug Designs button with a piece of May Arts ribbon. Next, I added one of the Pink Cat Studio's FREE online sentiments. The patterned papers were in the very bottom of my paper stash! They are from Creative Memories. I'm thinking that they are at least ten years old! (Glad to finally be putting them to use!) Then, while I was blog hopping on the laptop, I found the Crazy 4 Challenges blog. That is where my sketch came from.

If you'd like to see what the other Ladies in the Blogger's Challenge group have been up to, just click here. Thanks so much for stopping by today...Toodles! :D

9 comments:

Shelly Schmidt said...

Adorable image- great Thanksgiving card! TFS

Lisa Bohler said...

What an adorable card! I love that image! Super cute...Happy Thanksgiving!

Georgia Ehrmann said...

Your card is darling! I love the image and your coloring is perfect! Thanks for your kind comment on my blog. Have a great Thanksgiving!

Our Little Inspirations said...

How cute!!! Love your choice of dsp and colors, a perfect take on the sketch challenge!

StampOwl said...

super cute, thanks for playing along with the C4C

amycara said...

Such a fun card! I so love your work! Happy Thanksgiving!

Sheryl Dickinson said...

This is absolutely adorable! I know when I check out your blog, I'm going to smile! TFS!

cindy said...

Cute card. You have very nice projects on your blog:)

Clara said...

What a cute image...love the idea of using paper from the "old stash". Nice combination.