Saturday, October 24, 2015

I am Grateful

Hi everyone and welcome to the Crafty Card Gallery Fall themed blog hop!
We have 9 very talented card makers who have each designed a fall themed card.
If you’ve never done a hop before, it’s a group of bloggers that have joined together. You hop from blog to blog using the links in each post.
Be sure to visit each of the blogs and comment on the posts and follow their blogs. Some of the bloggers are giving away prizes - so you want to be sure to comment so you can be eligible to win. 
You should have arrived from: Kerin Sylvester:  www.onecraftycorner.com
If you didn’t, please go back to the start so you can do the whole hop: http://craftycardgallery.blogspot.com/
Thanks for joining us in the hop!
Your next stop in the hop is: Shawnee Penkacik:  http://www.sunshinythought.com
Here’s the full list in case you get lost:
Kerin Sylvester:  www.onecraftycorner.com
Shawnee Penkacik:  http://www.sunshinythought.com
This card I started with a 5 1/2"x5 1/2" folded cardbase which I cut a 5"x5" piece of patterned cardstock, inked the edges and adhered to the cardbase. 


Even though the card looks hard to put together it really isn't.  I cut the following pieces of patterned cardstocks 3 1/4"x5", 2 3/4"x5" and 2 1/4"x5" and used a decorative punch (5" side) on each piece and then measured 2 1/2" of the punched edge (the center) and cut with in a 1/2" of each piece of cardstock. I then "curled" the cut edges around a pencil and then adhered each piece on top of each other to create a pocket.


I used the Doily diecut to cut a doily from off white piece of cardstock, ink edges and then glued to cardbase and inside the "pocket".


 I cut the big leaves from the Holiday Greenery diecut on off white cardstock. I then inked with a variety of peach, tan, brown, yellow and green chalk ink. I blended the colors together and then wadded and crinkled the leaves up and then shaped the ends with my stylus. I folded down the middle and inked the center with brown ink.


The smaller leaves also come from the Holiday Greenery diecut too. I shaped those with the stylus and then I adhered all the leaves and paper flowers around the "pocket" of the card along with twine which I made a bow out of. I finished off the with a sentiment from Canvas Corp's Grateful Stamp Set and two little twigs from a tree.
If you have any questions about this card please let me know.


Now for something fun! I will be giving away a goodie bag of things (such as blank cardbases, ribbon, buttons, RN dew drops, sequins, rubber stamp, etc.) that can be used for your own projects and all you have to do is be sure to comment and also become a follower of my blog! Pretty easy peasy huh? I will announce the winner Monday, October 26th. So be sure to comment below and become a follower of my blog for a chance to win!
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Saturday is awesome and enjoy creating!



20 comments:

  1. Tonya, this is absolutely gorgeous!!! The pocket idea is ingenious! Love, love this! Thanks for the giveaway and product info too!

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  2. Beautiful Tonya love those warm rich autumnal tones . Tracy x

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  3. I love your flowers and warm oranges that you used. Great job!!

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  4. Tonya, your card is absolutely gorgeous! I love the colors of the roses and leaves.

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  5. Beautiful card & embellishments. I like all the warm earthy colors you used!
    ~Beth

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  6. This is a beautiful card! The flowers are so pretty and well arranged and love how you have the pocket..... Thanks for being part of the hop!

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  7. Very beautiful! I love the flowers you put on the card! The flowers are so pretty!

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