Sunday, November 6, 2011

Cooking Up a Bit of Autumn at Catered Crop

"Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds that you plant." - Robert Lewis Stevenson

At the Catered Crop challenge, the results are in and the very talented Cheryl Gorka had two entries... both of which were chosen for our recipe challenge inspiration for this week. Cheryl celebrated both Fall and Winter and used these ingredients in her cards.
  • Stamps: girls, banners, farmer, crow
  • Colors: pink/burgundy, green; jewel tone fall colors
  • Theme: Christmas or Fall
  • Inks:  Distress Ink, markers
  • Papers:  stripes and polka dots (in the green paper that you can hardly see), kraft
  • Tools:  sewing machine, die cuts (for the sunflower), circle punch
  • Embellishments:  Fun Flock, seam binding, gemstones, spray/glimmer mists, glitter jingle bells, lace, buttons, burlap, twine, and cord
From the list of Cheryl's ingredients, the items in red are the ingredients that I chose to use from her creations to make this card for Autumn.... my favorite season!


I recently found the sunflower flower tutorial that Linda Coughlin, The Funkie Junkie, created and shared with us. I've always been in awe of her creativity from when we were on a design team together. She does such great work. Being in the sunflower state of Kansas, I had to try my hand at making this adorable embellishment. I see a lot of potential for this flower.

My challenges for this card...

CCEE Stampers - Use 4 different embellishments (button, flower, twine, burlap)
Dutch Dare Card Challenge - Thank You or Thanksgiving
Gingersnap Creations - #124 Farm Fresh
My Mum's Craft shop - #30 gratitude

Anything Goes Challenge - #53 Stitches Real or Faux

Sweet Stamps - #39 So Thankful
Tuesday Throwdown - #73 Thanks


Thanks so much for stopping by, friends. Have a fantastic Sunday and a great week. See you later this week with more card posts.

    13 comments:

    Debbie said...

    Peggy, I love the autumn and the fall colors it brings, it is just so pretty and your sunflower is just gorgeous. You also taught me something new today. Sunflowers are my all time favorite flower in the world and I never knew that Kansas was the sunflower state.

    Debbie

    Posh Cat Crafts said...

    Hi Peggy, ooohhh this is just delicious! I so adore that flower and the image is just so cute..
    Thank you for joining us at Anything Goes Challenge blog this time. If you are interested I have some blog candy up for grabs Posh Cat Crafts
    Hugs
    Tamara
    Anything goes DT

    Joanne (jojot) said...

    autumnal fun....love your unique embellies.....thankks for playing with the CCEE'ers

    Posh Cat Crafts said...

    Hi again Peggy, thank you for joining us at Sweet Stamps too!
    Hugs
    Tamara

    June Nelson said...

    This is beautiful wonderful autumn colours, and the flower is fabby!!! xx

    sandra's crafty corner said...

    hi hun thanks for joining us at dutch dare, good luck in the challenge and hope to see you again,
    hugs sandra dt xxx

    inkypinkycraft said...

    Great autumn feel card, love the flower, that is great!!!thanks for playing at anything goes this week, trace x

    Lyndsey Marie said...

    Fab card, love the design and colour. Adorable image and fabulous sunflower. Thanks for joining us this week at MMCS.
    Lyndsey xx

    Gaynor said...

    Stunning card, I love it, thanks for sharing with us at MMCS Challenge, hope to see you again, Gaynor DT :)

    Linda said...

    Lovin' this little scarecrow and what you did with him!

    Gerri Herbst said...

    Such a darling card. Beautiful coloring too! Thanks for joining us at Gingersnap Creations. take care, gerri

    Tosha Leyendekker said...

    So beautifully colored!! And I love the burlap addition!! Thanks so much for joining our CCEE Stampers Challenge this week!! :)

    trisha too said...

    Congratulations on being chosen as a Ginger Gem in the Farm Fresh challenge!!

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