We took a 24 hour hiatus from things here at the house and went to our other property, took a walk in the sunshine, and enjoyed the day before the snow hits tonight and tomorrow morning. We are back at the house and I am trying to finish off Beccy's Month of Holiday challenges as we are coming down to the wire. Tonight I worked on my "Z" card. I did some research in hopes of finding a different Z then what I have done in years past; but the only thing I could come up with was zombie and I am not a zombie kind of stamper. So I went back to the Z-fold card.
I decided to do a Thanksgiving card in honor of Beccy because I am so grateful for her inspiration, her tutorials, her free images, her fun challenges and her generosity with prizes (not to mention her personal comments on every one of the cards entered). She devotes a huge amount of time for this and all her challenges. Beccy, I appreciate all you do. My card uses two of Beccy's images. On the front of the card I used Autumn Blessings stamp set. The fall word designer paper on that panel is from the Paper Studio. I popped up the image with foam tape. The third panel uses a free image from Beccy called Pumpkins and Sunflowers. I fussy cut both images out. Not sure who made the designer paper on the third panel. It was double sided though.
For my middle panel I used red card stock and one of the sentiments from the Autumn Blessings stamp set. die cut the sentiment with MFT Pierced Fishtail Flags (retired but I die cut twice with the non-fishtail end of the die. I then inked the sentiment with Fossilized (there's a Z in there) Amber. You can't see them very well but on the second and third panel I used some orange glitter leaves tucked into the sentiment and down in the corner of the second panel and behind some of the sunflowers on the third panel. All the images and sentiment are popped up with foam tape. I am entering these challenges:
I think I will head to bed a bit early tonight. Lots of fresh air and a fall that I took this afternoon loading wood on the trailer has made me sore and tired. At least I didn't break any bones; a constant worry when you have osteoporosis. I definitely will be black and blue for a while. Fortunately we are wearing long pants and long sleeves right now, so no one will know. LOL! Thanks for stopping by. Have a blessed week. Stay safe and God bless!