Thursday, November 18, 2010

Fall has arrived!!


Can it be Thursday already? Wow!! As usual, time is flying by. Especially since Fall is sneaking in. It figures, my favorite season will have come and gone before I can get enough of the beautiful leaf colors and cool, crisp air. But, I'm going to soak it in as long as I can. Therefore, I made a Fall card for today using the JustRite Fall sets A Day in the Country, and Hangin' Around. Cindy is in charge of the CCEE Challenges over at the CCEE Stamper's Blog this month, and she's challenged us to include buttons. No problem. I LOVE buttons!! I added a couple of leaves behind mind too.

I don't normally do the inside of the card, mainly because it takes me forever to create the outside, and by the time I'm finished, I'm too lazy to do the inside. This time, though, I just had to add the sentiment from the Hangin' Around set because it's perfect!!
That's it for today folks. Thanks so much for stopping by. You can find the links (colored names) to the products I used listed below. Now head on over to the CCEE Stamper's Blog to see all the buttons the other gals have added to their cards.

Happy Stamping!!
Tosh

Stamps: Hangin' Around, A Day in the Country
Paper: Curio (Basicgrey), Ivory and Brown (PTI)
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento), Antique Linen and Vintage Photo (Ranger Distress)
Accessories: Copics, Hanging Sign (Tim Holtz), Petite Oval Nestabilities (Spellbinders), Border Punch (Martha Stewart), Button, Embroidery Thread, Scor-Buddy, Sewing Machine, Corner Tag Punch (SU!)

19 comments:

Patti J said...

Beautiful card, Tosha! I love the Tim Holtz Hanging Sign, and you have created a work of art with it!!! Thanks for sharing...

Joanne (jojot) said...

I am sitting here in awe...you have the same tools, sometimes the same stamps and embellies and yet you put them together so fabulously......I am inspired

Cindy Haffner said...

Tosh this is GORGEOUS!!

Keva said...

Wow...what a truly beautiful card!! Love the colors especially.

Judy Rozema said...

I just love how you put things together! This is a beautiful card - such great use of your embellishments! Always a pleasure to see what you have made!

deb mills said...

just finished catching up on your beautiful artwork...as always, just gorgeous stuff. i hope to someday get back to stamping regularly, sigh. hope you and your family have a very blessed thanksgiving. hugs!

StampOwl said...

this is gorgeous as always Tosh

Michelle said...

Tosh, this is a jaw dropper! Love the way you used the Tim Holtz hanging sign, and your gorgeous coloring on the JR image. The leaves are such a perfect addition. Awesome job, my friend!!!

BTW...Happy Birthday (a couple of days early)!

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

Very beautiful, Tosh! I like the leaves behind the button and the hanging image is cool!

Linda Carson said...

WOW Tosh! That is one amazing, creative card! I wish I had an ounce of your mojo!

Anna Fearer said...

Beautiful card! I love your work. :)

Shirley said...

Another, wow, card. Love the warm colors and the dp.

Maureen said...

so beautiful, Tosh...love that sentiment inside (as I watch the snow blow from my studio!! LOL)

Denise (peanutbee) said...

Beautiful inside and out. I LOOOVE the hanging sign with the bows. :)

Conniecrafter said...

Wonderful fall card, love the dies, great paper and your image and leaves are colored so pretty!

Betty Wright said...

Gorgeous and so beautifully detailed as always, Tosh. I was thinking of selling my TH die cut like this, but after seeing your creation maybe I will keep it! I am inspired to try and use it again! Lovely card!

Michele said...

So beautiful and rustic! Love all the inking!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Oh wow Tosh!! I just love every detail on this card from your choice of colors and paper to your design with the Tim Holtz die. Wow! Gorgeous!!
hugs,
Chris
Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Jerri Jimenez said...

This is over-the-top incredible Tosh, you always thrill me when I come to your blog, I know I'm in for some "fab" eye candy!

 
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