This is non-traditional structure with mixed media attempt to do something creatively different than card #1. I decided to morph this into a friendship card for Thanksgiving in November since this makes only the 3rd card thus far I've made for autumn-giving.
In card #1's post at the closure I shared that an online crafting friend from a junk journaling group sent me a box full of her treasures that were cleaned off her desk! Lucky desk! That was 1.5 years ago! I've been hoarding that box of goodies and decided to pull out some items that I thought would work for harvest time:
*mocha textured folded scrap piece on L side
*brown CS backing the sentiment section
*corrugated tag backing the girl with umbrella image
*beige eyelash decorative trim used behind the tag's top
The other printed CS are from an old collection that I don't remember who to credit. The strips of washi tapes are American Crafts' My Mind's Eye, I believe.
Black inking around all the cardstocks except the textured one.
Sentiment was made by me to use this rainy day kind of image for a Thanksgiving friendship card.
PPCC's #440th weekly challenge...anything goes theme...get all the details using this--
Prize sponsor and digital image sponsor for the DT crew's cards for #440 = Cute As a Button
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Other blogs or FB groups to link or share this card:
A. Paper, Paper, Paper & Design Team Calls= sharing site group for crafting bloggers
B. Mixed Media Creativity FB group= sharing site for my mixed media friends
C. Bleeding Art challenge blog= mixed media anything goes theme except scrapbook layouts= July challenge month started 7/15/19
D. A Inky Mess challenge blog= mixed media anything goes = July challenge ending today 7/24/19
I'm thrilled to get a couple more Thanksgiving cards made! The creative approach to combine the rainy day image with a sentiment about all-weather dependable friends was brilliant, I think! :)
*For B, C, and D= elements for mixed media include:
*textured/embossed mocha paper
*cardstocks, printed and plain
*digital image colored with markers and pencils
*digital/word processing sentiment
*black ink from stamp pad
Crafting in the USA heartland,