Monday, October 19, 2015

TKJ - Scarecrow


This week we have a new challenge at The Kraft Journal this week - Scarecrow. I had the perfect image in my fall stash.
I began this card with a base of Brown Kraft Cardstock onto which I pieced together some fall papers I had leftover in my scrap box. I took a length of crochet trim and added that to the top of the papers. I stamped Happy in brown ink to the upper left corner. I took a length of Ivory Bias Tape vertically around the right side of the card front tying off in a bow embellishing with a fall leaf button laced with Hemp Cord which was also used to attached the Round Metal Edge Grungy Tag which I stamped Fall.  Using Brown Kraft Cardstock, I die-cut a scallop rectangle (with a Spellbinders die) to frame the scarecrow image and added to the card for completion.
 Other products used
Stamps: PTI Wreath for all seasons
Crochet Trim: AC Moore
Button: Ben Franklin

Please be sure to head over to the The Kraft Journal to check out the projects by the other talented ladies.  We hope to see your Scarecrow creations in the gallery this week for your chance to be featured on our "Feature me Friday" post as well as be entered to win a $15.00 gift voucher from The Kraft Outlet store.

Have a fantastic start to your week!


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Gorgeous! LOVING that scarecrow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lisa said...

This is so beautiful!! I love the vintage scarecrow image!! Fabulous card!! Have a great day :)

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Maria said...

Beautiful scarecrow image! Love the lace, ribbon, and cute little leaf button! A perfect fall card, Tammy!:-)

Audrey Pettit said...

Oh, that is so sweet, Tammy! Love that vintage scarecrow image and love your beautiful card design! Love that paper with the kraft and love your big bow. Such a fun way to do the sentiment, too!

Sue Lelli said...

DARLING image and LOVE that bow. FAB card, Tammy!

Lisa said...

Love all of the bits and bobs you've added to this darling scarecrow card!!

Karen Letchworth said...

Such a cute scarecrow. I always love seeing your sweet creations, and I hope all is well with you and your family.