This will be quick--and it's late! My computer is having major trouble today, and this is the first access I've had to my blog since last night!
This is week #6 of The Play Date Cafe'--and we're having such a great time! Hope you'll all join in with us if you're not already! This week's colors were chosen by Sarah, and they're just so fun and fabulous!
Here's my take on the challenge this week:
Just got two fabulous new stamp sets from Cornish Heritage Farms--they're full of vintage baby adorableness!
Look at those fantastic vintage fonts and sweet sayings!
A little closer up view--I'm trying to work on my watercoloring skills...got a way to go, but I'm having fun learning!
Had fun with this card--new stamps and fresh, fun colors--thanks, Sarah! Now I can't wait to see your take on these colors---eat that turkey and get stamping!
Well...the turkey's starting to smell pretty wonderful! This year I am doing my sweet friend Marie's turkey. Marie has the most wonderful blog--The English Kitchen--if you haven't been there yet--do your self a favor and hustle over! Every day is a treat...good food...gorgeous pictures of the food...fabulous recipes...all from her beautiful cottage kitchen! Thank-you, Marie!
I hope you all have the most wonderful Thanksgiving Day today with your family and friends...enjoy every delicious, calorie-laden moment!
(Beautiful vintage Thanksgiving postcard courtesy of Sandy Redburn and Crafty Secrets...she offered it as a free download on her blog, and I never got around to making a card with it, but I love it!)
Awwww Jules....so sorry you had such a rough time with your computer but never mind....you are up and running (for the moment) and all is good.ReplyDelete
You really did a wonderful vintage job with those colors. Sometimes bright colors do not lend themselves to the faded shades of vintage, but you did an outstanding card!
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!
Jules.. WOW this is STUNNING.. I LOVE the image and your coloring is BEAUTIFUL.. sorry about the computer problems.. :( that stinks.. I hate that.. I hope you have a HAPPY THANKSGIVING.. HUGSReplyDelete
Glad everyone has had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I am enjoying the PEACE & quiet. Love the GRANDS but, when they leave the house is so much more relaxing! Love the Christmas cards you have shown the last few days. The gobble story & the photos of your Grandpa were wonderful. Sooooooo ready to put away all the pumpkins & start thinking about how I want to decorate for Christmas. HUGS! CharleneReplyDelete
I love your stamping techniques! Great job! Sorry you are having computer problems. That can be frustrating! I hope you had a happy Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card, love the colours and your colouring is great. Hope you had a good thanks giving. xxReplyDelete
Oooo you are so clever using those colours for a beautiful vintage card.x x xReplyDelete
Another inspiring post! My motto is one I borrowed from Paper Source: Do something creative every day. You blog gives me reason to do just that.ReplyDelete
What a cool color combo adn gorgeous card! So love to see you using that set! Your glittering is just fabulous!ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful card, and you worked well with the chosen colors. Those vintage baby stamps are precious. Don't ya just love the old fashioned fonts that always appeared on baby cards from the 40's/50's/&60's? And I have this thing for storks, which always appeared on vintage cards. Love it!ReplyDelete
Julie, I am late getting around to my favourite places today as I got home very late last night or should I say very early this morning! I am so happy that your Turkey turned out well. Isn't that just the best recipe!!! Thanks so much for your kind words about me! Not sure I deserve them, but I'll gladly take them! Another gorgeous card here today! I have a new grandson due to arrive sometime in February so I will hafe to take a closer look at those rubber stamps! I think they are just darling! Hopefully I can get them over here! Love you loads dear friend, I really do! xxooReplyDelete
I just love your card, that image is precious!ReplyDelete
wonderful card and coloring. you're a natural!ReplyDelete
What immensely pretty stamps, I love the vintage feel many of the fonts have.ReplyDelete
I hope you had a splendid Thanksgiving, sweet soul!
Tons of hugs,
Well, I tried to comment over the weekend from my home computer but Blogger doesn't like my home computer - only my work computer. :(ReplyDelete
I love your vintage look with those modern colors!! Awesome!!
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend! :D