Next up, I decided to play with a few of the cute Pumpkin images - I think they're just perfect for place cards for the table. I layered them with some felt leaves and a few coordinating buttons. The whole little embellishment sits atop a place card made from corrugated cardboard. Now, so that I don't have to do this all over again next year, I made sure to stick the names on with just a little temporary adhesive - that way I can change them out, depending on who's at the table next year. ;)
I love playing with this series of vintage palace images (you can see the first one - Palace #2 - in my previous blog post). As before, I printed out Palace #1 on a subtly patterned Prima script paper and colored with Prismacolor pencils. I changed up the color scheme this time, but the idea is still the same, using Graphic 45 patterned papers, a rose diecut, and a tiny crown bottlecap.
Thanks for visiting and having a peek at some of the over 500 digital images now available on the Cornish Heritage Farms website. And for those of you who love rubber (like me!), over the coming weeks there will also be a special rubber stamp section on the website, too - featuring some old favorites like The Rummage Bin, Thomas Kinkade, and the wonderful backgrounders!
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