Friday, October 5, 2012

Cornish Heritage Farms Challenge

This weeks challenge by Cornish Heritage Farms is from Challenge Hostess, Holly Brown.
Holly has challenged us this week to use TWINE on our projects? Hemp twine, bakers twine, linen thread, floss etc ... can be used.

So I came up with this cute, masculine get well card called "Felling Yucky"!

This is the sentiment inside the card.

This is a close-up of the front of the card.  I used a cute button and blue floss.
This is a great image from Cornish Heritage Farms (Saturday Evening Post - Common Cold).  The sentiment is from Crafty Secrets.  I used Spellbinders Labels Twenty-Eight for the shape of the card.  I just love this new shape.  I purchased it from Molly's Square.  Great place to get the latest die cuts and stamps at low prices.  Each day they have a different item for sale.   Other items used:  Plaid Background Paper (Graphic 45 A Proper Gentleman), Solid Indigo Cardstock (DCWV), Light Blue Paper (Webster's Pages), Brown Button (Jenni Bowlin), Blue Floss #930 (DMC), Score Board (Martha Stewart), Adhesive (E-Z Runner by Scrapbook Adhesives), Ranger Gathered Twig Distress Ink, and Ranger Coffee Archival Ink.
"Feeling Yucky" is an easy card to make.  I love making shaped cards and Spellbinders make it an easy process.  Since I like to keep the top of the card shape, I die cut the card in two pieces and then score the bottom piece with my Martha Stewart Score Board.  I inked the edges of each piece.  This allows the pieces to stand out.  Gives them dimension.  
Thank you for visiting and have a great weekend!


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