Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Count Your Blessings

Happy Thanksgiving to my American friends.  Today, we are celebrating with great quantities of food.  And we are celebrating our many blessings.  It's also Thursday, and time for a new challenge at the Delightful Challenge blog. Today, we start our "It's a Kid's World" challenge.

How's that for cute?  I used  a Digital Delights by Louby Loo  digi called Acorn Mouse.  It is available in uncolored and colored versions.



I colored Acorn Mouse with Copic markers.  He's a cheeky little fella, isn't he?  I used several Spellbinder label dies to mount him to my card front.  Papers are from Lawn Fawn Sweater Weather 6x6 paper pad.  The burlap trim is from Close To My Heart.  The leaves  were cut out using a Tim Holtz Alterations  Decorative Strip die -- Autumn Gatherings.  I colored the leaves with a variety of Tim Holtz distress inks and water.
Our sponsor this week is Yours or Mine Paper Crafts.
Join us this week for our "It's a Kid's World" challenge. And don't forget to count your blessings!
I'd like to enter this in the following challenges:
TTCRD -- ATG (2 of 2)
D.L. Art -- November Linky Party 
Word Art Wednesday -- ATG
Outlaws Challenges -- Monday Greetings-- ATG

7 comments:

  1. Just wonderful, Julie! Love those gorgeous autumn colours and that fab burlap (just to be awkward we in the UK call it hessian) trim! xxx

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  2. Hi Julie! Your card is SO super cute. Thanks so much for sharing with us in this week's challenge, and please stop by again soon. God bless you!
    Karen
    Word Art Wednesday

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  3. This is the cutest Thanksgiving card!!

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  4. so cute
    Thanks for joining us at SAAC this week
    Fanny SAAC DT
    www.scrapbynini.fr

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  5. Really cute card!! The argyle paper is perfect for this card!! Thanks for joining us at Through the Craft Room Door!
    Hugs
    Darcy

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  6. Julie, great Thanksgiving creation. Love the burlap and leaves.

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  7. How cute is this?! Super! The argyle paper is great with that darling image and the burlap adds such a fall feel to your card. I hope your holiday was wonderful, my friend! I'm still full...and it's MONDAY! shame, shame.

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