Sunday, August 30, 2009

Bluebird and Apples

Another little peek at a new set that will be released on September 1 by Cornish Heritage Farms. This one is called "Can It" and is from their All Things Considered (ATC) line. The main image actually uses two stamps from the set - the vintage apple label and the apple basket with the bluebird. (Okay, I don't KNOW that it's a bluebird, but as we established in a previous post, if I color the bird blue and call it a bluebird, then that counts, right? LOL!! You could just as easily color it brown and red and call it a robin, *wink*.) Anyway, I stamped the images close to each other so that they looked like a single image, then colored them with Copics. For the other panel I used the Newspaper Ads Scrapblock from CHF. I liked the way both of these panels had that same rising sun motif in them (you may have to click on the photo to get an up-close peek at that - I know, it's a tiny little sun... am I obsessive or what LOL!). The patterned paper on the bottom is from Basic Grey's June Bug 6x6 tablet. I made the apple paper by repeatedly stamping the little apple from the School Primer set (ATC Collection from CHF), and coloring with Copics. Just a fun little card for anytime.

Apple recipe:
-Can It and School Primer from the ATC Collection at Cornish Heritage Farms
-Newspaper Ads Scrapblock from CHF

-Memento Tuxedo Black
-Anita's Taupe
-Ranger Distress Ink Vintage Photo

-Simply Smooth White and Vanilla cardstock from CHF
-Bazzill Basics and Textured cardstocks
-Basic Grey June Bug Collection

-Copic markers
-A "recycled" ribbon from a gift


Debby said...

I love CHF and have many many many of their stamps and this is incredible and you are so kind visiting and leaving such nice comments. I cannot tell you how honored and pleased I am to be on the GC team with you! Hope you had a terrific weekend!

Unknown said...

really pretty mix of stamps and patterned papers, and great coloring!

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Very cute card, but of course I would be coloring that bird in the brown and red combo you mentioned ;-)

Hels Sheridan said... those stamps :O))

Shar B said...

What a great card! You really made new images shine! I'll be sure to check them out tomorrow on CHF.

Colleen Kramer said...

Love the autumn feel! (You re-affirmed my recent decision to order the newspaper ad scrapblock--it looks so good here)