Autumn Season or Thanksgiving is the holiday theme selection for me with this rustic delight:
a. acorn and leaves digital images with the front cover sentiment message= MHK Designs
b. images and sentiments were filled with color using colored pencils
c. 3 of the 4 patterned papers come from an old collection and the 4th pp comes from a different one
d. green glitter paper was part of a 3 color pack bought at Dollar Tree
e. base dimensions are 5" x 7"
f. base card made with kraft cardstock from Colorbok
g. inside embellishment stick-on is from old craft supply stockpile
h. "Thank you" stamper was purchased at Dollar Tree
Background of sentiment was lightly colored with yellow-green, yellow, orange, and brown.
HIMCR's ID badge is shown above. This card is for the design team inspiration using images we were able to select from MHK Designs. Thanks! It is wonderful to be able to pick out something that I really want to use and show off. To get all the details on the #354 challenge, how to participate, prize details, sponsor details, and to see the rest of the DT crew's creations, use this link: www.hidinginmycraftroom.com/2018/05/himcr-354-any-holiday.html
MHK Designs is challenge #354's prize sponsor and design team images to use provider! Thanks again! Love this Fall Season set!
My layout formatting is a close interpretation of the above image. This card sketch is from an unknown source. I discovered it through the Facebook group 100 Pattern Papers Challenge. One of the members offered to find card and scrapbook layouts to share each week to help get us group crafters motivated to use our 2018 commitment of 100 patterned papers from our individual stashes! In fact, I've lost track how many papers I've used in past 5 months. I was faithfully logging for January and February and then stopped focusing on the numbers and got busy using!
It is going to be extremely difficult to give this away. It is so pretty and detailed-full that I just want to hold on to it. (That's why Tina started the scrapbook paper challenge group so hoarders would become productive paper-crafters! :)