Thursday, November 15, 2007

Lizzie Anne Turkey



Here's my card for the weekly Lizzie Anne Designs challenge at Splitcoaststampers. Why such a mixture of papers here, you ask?? It's because we were challenged to use up some of our scraps using this layout:

Instead of using my Paper Piecing punch, I decided to use my Small Oval punch because I thought it resembled the feathers in the cute turkey (image from Celebrations). To make the ovals look a bit more like feathers, I stamped them with my tree stamp from Christmas In The City. The sentiment is from Celebrations Sayings. The mixture of scraps is from my SU Apple Cider paper, and BasicGrey Mellow & Pheobe papers.

Thanks for your visit!!

Stamps: Celebrations, Celebrations Sayings, Christmas In The City
Card Stock: Very Vanilla, Close to Cocoa, Really Rust, Apple Cider (SU), Mellow & Pheobe (BasicGrey)
Ink: Palette Burnt Umber, Really Rust, Copic Sketch markers, Clear Spica pen
Accessories: Punches--Small Oval, 1 1/4 & 1 3/8 " Circle punches, Scallop Circle punch, Stampin' Sponges & Dimensionals

11 comments:

Libby said...

This is soooo cute!! Gobble gobble!

Heather P. said...

Rose Ann, this is GORGEOUS!

Tex said...

What a great way to use up those little pieces!! Oh my word!! I've got bunches of scraps! Delightful card, Rose Ann!

Dawn Easton said...

Wow that is quite the sketch! I love what you did!

Flossie's Follies said...

Great card, love the papers.

Jeanna said...

Oh this is cute! Although this is the kind of sketch that would send me running!

kathleenh said...

Ooh, fun! I LOVE how you used the oval punch!

Shannon McGann said...

I LOVE this card! The turkey is so cute, and all the designer paper looks so great!

Deb said...

Love your interpretation of the sketch, the ovals work so well. It looks like a lovely country, patchwork quilt, so beautiful!

Kristina Lewis said...

Wow! This is so stinkin' cute!

Leslie Miller said...

This is sooooooo creative, Rose Ann! You did fabulous with this layout and I love the oval "feathers". Wonderful!