Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Aud Sentiments Challenge #15 Happy Thanksgiving

It's my favorite day of the month again! Time for another fun challenge at Aud Sentiments. The theme for this challenge is "Happy Thanksgiving" or "Thanks". You must use one of those sentiments on your card. For the challenge this week we are being sponsored by Catherine Pooler. She is a Stampin Up demonstrator. She sent members of the design team fabulous papers and embellishments to use for our cards. She sent me the selection of papers I used on my card as well as the ribbon and brad. Even though I have a few stamps from Stampin Up I had never used their papers before this challenge. I have to say that I am very impressed! Not only are they beautiful, but the papers cut so easily with my trimmer and my Cricut. I had heard people say the paper "cuts like butter" and that is an accurate description of the papers.
Card Details:
Image: Turkey In Disguise from Digi Doodle Shop
Copics: R00, R20, E40, E41, E35, E08, E37, E33, YR23, E53
Leaves: A Child's Year Cricut cartridge cut at 1.5 inches
Now it is your turn. Make a project using "Happy Thanksgiving" or "Thanks" and link it up on the Aud Sentiments challenge blog for your chance to win. I can't wait to see all of the your creations.


Diane said...

This is fabulous, Julie - it made me smile!
Diane x

Maria Matter said...

I know I already commented on this over on the forum...but I have to say it again! I LOVE this Julie!!! That turkey is just too precious dressed like a bunny to avoid his determined fate! haha
have a great day!
hugs & blessings!

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