Good Morning Crafty Friends and Happy Sunday!
Yesterday was a fabulous day for making cards. After I took my daughter to get her haircut, I was able to work on turkey cards for a friend. She was concerned that I spent so much time making all these cards, but I told her it was well worth the time.
Let me share some information about each of these Thanksgiving cards.
This card did not use the Cricut. I used a Spellbinder for the Lacey Circle, but the other pieces are stickers. The turkey was wearing a bow, so I added matching ones next to the sentiment. The background is embossed with Tim Holtz woodgrain folder.
This was the first time this season I used the turkey cut from Simply Charmed. I do not typically pull out this cartridge because of all the smiley faces on the images, but the turkey is perfect for the holiday. The stamp is from Card Tv and the papers are My Mind's Eye.
Here are a few others in a group shot.
The turkeys were cut from either Create a Critter or Thanksgiving cartridges. A variety of papers and embellishments were used to create unique cards.
This is a sticker that I purchased either last year or the year before for 10 or 20 cents. It was one piece, but I cut the letters and adhered closer together to fit within the scalloped circle (cut from Elegant Edges). The papers are Cloud9 Design ~ Seasonal stack.
I used the sketch from Try Stampin' on Tuesday to create this pair. I just alternated the papers and colors.
My Sheri Crafts ~ Give Thanks (4th picture)
Cupcake Inspirations ~ turkeys (1st picture)
Shopping Our Stash ~ Thanksgiving or Thank You (4th picture)
Tuesday Throwdown ~ Thankful for You (3rd and 4th picture)
Cardz TV ~ Attitude of Gratitude (3rd picture)
Little Red Wagon ~ Texturize It (1st picture)
Simply Crafts ~ Thanksgiving Turkey (2nd picture)
Cut It Up! ~ Buttons (2nd and 3rd pictures)
Little Scrap Pieces ~ Use an Animal (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 5th pictures)
Simple Create Too ~ Use Your Stash (4th picture)
Bitten by the Bug 2 ~ Turkey (2nd, 3rd, and 5th pictures)
Hoping everyone (in the United States) has a wonderful Thanksgiving.