Saturday, October 15, 2016

So Very Thankful

How's this for a fall beauty?

Supplies and notes:
  • Good Stamps oak leaf stamp in background inked with Archival in Jet Black then "painted in"with Peeled Paint and Spiced Marmalade Distess Stain
  • Sentiment written with a Tombow dual-tip... my only Tombow pen
  • Stickles in Mercury Glass added along edges of leaves and sentiment
  • Panel mounted on a piece of 100-year-old sheet music
I'd like to share this at the following challenge sites:


  1. Simply gorgeous! So good to have you join us at Creative With Stamps, Jo x

  2. The sentiment is handwritten? Great!
    Wonderful card - thanks for joining our challenge at "Creative with Stamps" this month,
    Eunice (DT)

  3. Fabulous card. Those leaves are beautiful. Great colours. Thanks for joining us at Just Us Girls this week.

  4. Wow!!! 100-year old music sheet? That's amazing, what a wonderful way to use an heirloom. Your card is gorgeous, I really like your coloring. This is a beautiful card, great take on the challenge. Thanks so much for playing along with us this week over at Just Us Girls!!!

  5. So pleasant to the eye. Nice one layer dimensioning with your stamping, colors perfect for autumn. Beautiful!

  6. I love your handwriting here and the way you overlapped the leaves plus the beautiful color choices. Fantastic fall inspiration!

  7. Holy crow! This looks amazing!! Your hand lettering I thought was a stamped sentiment at first! Thanks for joining us at Just Us Girls!

  8. This is truly a FALL beauty, Mimi! Love the handwritten sentiment~WOW!
    Thanks for playing along with us at Creative With Stamps this month :-)

  9. Mimi, your card is gorgeous. The leaves are so beautifully colored and your lettering - perfection. So glad you joined us at JUGS this week
    Jaydee (GD)

  10. Oh my God
    WINNER card
    your coloring is perfect!!
    no doubt this is my winner card Mimi
    love the big sentiment and the leaves looks real wooow

    Many thanks again to joininig with us at Creative with Stamps this month,