Fall Birthday Wishes


I hope that you all enjoyed the long weekend!  I had lots of stamping time and it was fabulous.  I will have lots to show you over the next week and for a special event coming soon ;)

My card today was inspired this weeks Clean and Simple Sketch (FTL206).


Once I started stamping on this card I just couldn't stop.  I had really only planned to use the scarecrow and sunflowers but I couldn't resist adding more and more details.  I love this Happy Harvest stamp set.  It is so obvious to me that this set was designed by a stamper!  You ask why?  If you look at the card above the bucket, handle, apples and leaves were all stamped separately.  Also, the Scarecrow body, straw, hat...and because these stamps are clear, it is so easy to do!!!  You can really customize your images quickly and easily without have to paper piece or color your stamps with markers!  THAT makes me happy :)

I have a little guy with a birthday right around the corner, I think he'll love this card!

Stamps:  Happy Harvest, Country Charm, Spring Tags (Wplus9)
Ink:  Cherry Cobbler, Not Quite Navy, Early Espresso, Daffodil Delight, Crumb Cake, More Mustard (SU)
Paper:  Very Vanilla, Crumb Cake (SU)
Accessories:  Happy Harvest dies (Wplus9)

5 comments:

Mum of 4 said...

LOVE it Mo and I need this set! :)

Hmmmm wonder what the special event is????? Looking forward to it, whatever it is!!!

Your son is going to love this card, it is perfect!

Lynn said...

so so cute Maureen! Love your take on the sketch and all of your fabulous stamping!

Jennifer said...

Hey Mo!!!! Long time no stamp, well, for me! You are on a roll girl! This card is so dimensional and deep with autumn hues but relatively clean and true to your style! I love it :-) Missed you!

Jean Martin said...

Maureen!!! This is adorable!!!! I love this stamp set! You used it soooo well! :)

Patrice said...

Great take on the sketch-I'd love for you to link up at 52 Card Pickup this week!

http://www.oldbackporch.com/2012/09/52-card-pickup-week-36.html

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