Thursday, October 27, 2011

Turkey Tag Card

This is the second installment in my family Thanksgiving card series.  I fell in love with my sister's turkey stamp and used him in three of the four cards you'll be seeing.  This time, I stamped him on one of those great K&Co journaling tags.

Some Details:
  • The turkey was stamped directly onto the K&Co journaling tag using Timber Brown StazOn ink, colored with marker, and given a layer of Glossy Accents to make him pop.
  • I mounted the tag onto a scrap of cardboard, cut to fit, then distressed and antiqued the edges.  After adding a bit of twine to the top, I attached it to the card with foam tape for dimension.
  • I again made my own charms by stamping two different size leaves onto kraft cardstock, coloring the veins, adding some Vintage Photo Distress Stickles and Glossy Accents, and then fussy cutting.  Some Tim Holtz jump rings and trinket pin and voila!...custom charms!
  • I also incorporated a scrap of Tim Holtz Kraft Glassine behind the leaves.  It's embossed with the woodgrain texture fade and "nailed" on with some antique copper brads.


Challenges:
Simon Says Stamp - Anything Goes
Cards for Men - Challenge #22 Animals
Cheerful Stamp Pad - Challenge #28 First Thanksgiving


Supplies:
Paper
: Papertrey Ink cardstock ‘Dark Chocolate’; Tim Holtz Kraft Glassine; K&Co Studio 112 Tag ‘Ornate’; scraps
Stamps: JoAnn; Stampin’ Up!
Inks: Distress Ink ‘Vintage Photo’, ‘Old Paper’; StazOn ‘Timber Brown’; Martha Stewart craft markers; Distress Stain ‘Brushed Corduroy’
Embellishments: Glossy Accents; Distress Stickles ‘Vintage Photo’; brads; TH texture fade ‘Woodgrain’; PTI rustic button twine; gingham ribbon; organza ribbon; TH jump rings; TH trinket pin

Tools: 3M foam tape; Sizzix Texture Boutique; foam ink blending tool; TH paper distresser; scallop scissors
Misc: scrap cardboard

8 comments:

  1. Lovely! Great details and the charms are perfect.

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  2. Fabulous image and lovely colour choice, love your card. Thanks for joining us at CFM, good luck with the challenge. hugs Shirleyxxxx

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  3. Really great card. Fab turkey and your charm embellishments are wonderful. Thanks for sharing your art in the Cheerful Stamp Pad blog challenge.

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  4. Wonderful job. You did a fabulous job on the turkey. Thanks for joining us at Cards for Men. I love seeing your creation. Good luck on the challenge.
    Hugz, Pat

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  5. gorgeous tag card! so many wonderful elements working in harmony together. thanks for joining the challenge at the cheerful stamp pad! xo michele

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  6. Fabulous card,love the image and all the texture...Thanks for joining in with us at Cards for Men,hope to see you next time...
    Mandy x

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  7. I really like the tag card. It is fabulous and those leave are spectular. Thanks for joining "The First Thanksgiving" at the Cheerful stamp Pad.

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