Thursday, November 1, 2012

I Brake for Cornucopias


Hi, Braker Fans. I have a new project to share with you as my DT assignment for I Brake for Stamps. Now that Halloween has passed I decided it was time to make a Thanksgiving card. I love the rich colors of Fall so this is my chance to make one of the last fall cards of the year.
The stamp I used is a digi from the IBFS store called “Cornucopia.” I had tons of fun coloring this one because I used so many Copics. My design papers are from BoBunny and cardstock is Bazzill as usual. I die cut the frame for my image from Spellbinders circle and scallop dies. I wanted to keep my embellishments at a minimum so the image would really stand out.
I used Glimmer Mist to give my flowers some color which started out ivory, they’re from WOC. The jute weave trim is from Mon Ami Gabby that I purchased at a Scrap Expo last weekend in Denver. I finished the card with some Vintage Seam Binding tied in a bow from WOC.
 
I’m entering this card in the following challenges.
 
Make It Monday – Always Anything Goes

You can get this stamp and so many others at I Brake for Stamps online store. Use my coupon code SAVE10CATHY for 10% off your purchase.

See you next Thursday…

Hugz,

6 comments:

Carla S. said...

Gorgeous card, Cathy! I love the warm colors and pretty fall papers! Fantastic coloring of the beautiful cornucopia! Love the woven jute, too!

Anne said...

Your card is beautiful! :)
I love the green jute trim, and the image is wonderful.

Hugs, Anne.

Frances said...

What a wonderful card, Cathy! Great design and coloring.Love the paper too. hugs, Frances.

julieprice3 said...

Gorgeous paper, beautifully coloured, nicely done my friend
Hugs julie P

Linda said...

Wow Cath how gorgeous this card is!!!! Love thw beautiful image and the papers go so well together!!!!! Fabulous work again!!!!!

Patricia St Martin said...

Cathy,
Love you Cornucopia, I thought I had one but did not, you did a fantastic job with your basket. That is the best paper ever to use with the image. All those stunning fall colors and your color explosion is over the top.
Hugs, Patricia

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