Happy Fall…almost!

Happy Scarecrow

Happy Scarecrow

It’s been a rough couple of days…our internet service provider has been DOWN at my office AND, more importantly, at our HOME!! It has been pure torture!

Finally, we’re back up, yay! Ohh, at the office too. 😉

Thought I would post this card I made recently. I’ve been trying to use brighter Copic colors. I’m pretty happy with this one; It was a lot of fun to put together. The patches and pocket tops are paper-pieced ~ the scarecrow was stamped twice, cut out and attached with dimensionals. As I’ve mentioned, I’m not much of a sewer (unlike my sister who is the “Quilt Queen of Florida”!), so the faux stiching is done with a cuttlebug folder and highlighted with a brown Copic.

Hope you like it….and thank you for stopping by! 🙂

Life is good again ~ it is amazing how we take the internet for granted….never again for me!! I adore Charter Communications! lol

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Recipe: Scarecrow stamp is by Whipper Snapper Designs, stamped in Momento tuxedo black, colored with Copics; Sentiment is from Northwoods, stamped in Distress ink vintage photo and Colorbox orange; DP is by BasicGrey called Recess, distressed with Metallic Rub-Ons in rosewood; Both stamped pieces were distressed with Metallic Rub-Ons in walnut; Robin’s Nest pebbles, ribbon and raffia were added

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Comments

  1. Nancy Stevens says:

    This scarecrow is just too cute! How do you think it would look done up in a quilt? 🙂

  2. Hi Mary! I just found your blog – you’re work is amazing! I love all your projects and your granddaughters are beautiful!

    Congrats on winning Gina’s blog candy – you are the luckiest girl I know right now!!

  3. I like it ….. great shading. I’ve been watching your work and have admired how it has developed — along with your passion for the art.

    Gotta love those Copics

  4. Oh my, that scarecrow is adorable. And the card is fabulous! I love how you did the faux stitching on the cardstock edges, and highlighting it with the marker makes it even more WOW! Very cool technique, I’ll have to remember. Love the gingham ribbon, too! Excellent fall card, Mary!

  5. What a gorgeous card!! Love all that stitching design!! You’ve got some really wonderful projects going on here!! 😉

  6. Can’t say we celebrate fall here but with samples like yours i really wish we did as it would be another occasion to make cards for. xxx

  7. WOW! This is just darling. I love the coloring. You are an inspiration to me.

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