A Happy Thanksgiving Card

A Happy Thanksgiving 3

A Happy Thanksgiving Card with Crafty Secrets

Happy Monday, everybody!  Can you believe Thanksgiving is only 10 days away?  I’m so looking forward to heading home for a few days to spend time with family and eat lots of delicious food!  In the meantime, I’m getting into the spirit of things by making cards like the one I’m sharing with you today.  Take a look:

A Happy Thanksgiving 1

What do you think?  Isn’t that the cutest little chef you’ve ever seen?  I found him in the Homemade Images & Journal Notes booklet, and paired him with stamps and paper from the Crafty Secrets Thanksgiving collection.  I made the black satin rosette and layered it over some cream ribbon and feathers from my stash, then popped the sentiment up on foam squares.  See those neat flourishes on the corners of the picture?  Those are actually digital stamps from the collection that I cut out using the “trace” function of my Silhouette Portrait.  I also used my Silhouette to cut out the sentiment.  Digital stamps + Silhouette = Fun Cardmaking Times!

Here’s the inside:

A Happy Thanksgiving 2

And there you have it!  Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you enjoyed today’s card!  Have a lovely day!

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5 thoughts on “A Happy Thanksgiving Card

  1. Sandy says:

    Melody your Thanksgiving card is so pretty, love all the detail and colors! I need to get myself a Silhouette and design some cutting files for some of the cool designs I’ve been hanging into as some look too hard to cut by hand and would be perfect. I wish I lived closer I would come over when Kathy visits you and visit.

    Thanks for sharing. I pinned this to our Thanksgiving board
    Sandy

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