In the wake of all the recent hurricanes, it seems that everybody knows somebody that has been affected. Today's Painted Harvest Card is my after Hurricane Card. I combined two stamp sets-Painted Harvest and Sorry For Everything-to make today's bright and cheerful card. Believe it or not, the crisp black and white plaid paper is actually from the Merry Little Christmas Designer Series Paper Pack.
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To Create my focal point, I cut a watercolor paper circle with my Stitched Shapes Thinlits Dies and watercolored it with Daffodil Delight Ink.
Painted Harvest is a 2-Step stamp set. Translated, it super easy to stamp a layered look. I used Peekaboo Peach and Pumpkin Pie for the Sunflower and Pear Pizzazz and Old Olive for the leaves.
I inked a stamp from the Sorry for Everything stamp set with a Basic Black Marker, so that I could use only part of the stamp ("That things fell apart).
A few small accessories ( Basic Black Baker's Twine, a snip of a Delicate White Doily and a Corrugated Element) and my card was complete.
The only question is How Many Should I Make to send? Do you know people that were affected by the recent hurricanes? Send a card; Send a Hug!
Here's another Painted Harvest Card that you might like.
The kick start for a card idea this morning came from this Paper Players Clean and Simple Card Challenge.
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Have a fabulous day,
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