And chocolate cream makes seven! Ok, I forgot to put it in for the photo, but it is made I promise you! The smells I was making in the kitchen all day had me droooooooling, but as I told my kids no touching until tomorrow!
Two apple pies, pumpkin pie, pecan pie, cherry pie, lemon meringue, and chocolate cream.....
Here's to indulging your cravings! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
My first Magnolia card! I was so excited at how well my Tilda with Bike came out. She was super easy to color; just had trouble deciding between all the "girly" colors! Wasn't quite sure how to mount it as I'm not exactly a patterned paper gal, but it turned out ok. The flower is from Stampin' Up's Pretties Kit.
I love the spring card idea as it's easy to display the images. I got my directions from the Splitcoaststampers website. Here's the link to them:
I stamped Cabin with Fence in the middle, then Pond underneath. I filled in with Sedge Filler and then added Old Fence on the bottom edges. After stamping in black, I used the ColorBox Stylus and inked three tones of blue onto the Stampbord. I finished the inking with black around the edges. After inking I used an Ampersand Claybord Scratch Knife to highlight areas and to make the "snow."
This was my first attempt at an 8x10 Stampscapes scene. The Stampscapes stamps I used were: Cabin with Fence, Waterside Bluff Right and Left, Tree Trunk, Tree Trunk Trio, and Sedge Filler. The moose is from Stampin' UP set Yukon. I stamped the scene in black and then used a blender pen and sponge to color the scene. All inks are Stampin' UP.