Thursday, October 24, 2013

The Harvest

Oh yeah, it's Thursday night!  One more day of work before the weekend begins.  Our weather is so gorgeous it is hard to stay inside!

Tonight I have a card to celebrate the season.

I used a From the Heart digi - it's this month's stamp for the challenge.  It's a deal where you buy in and after that, if you participate, you get the next month's challenge image.  This is my 2nd time to participate, so this is my first freebie.  I love the images.  I used Copics to color the image and a Cuttlebug embossing folder for the background.  CS is from DCWV.  I used MFT dies for the fishtail and corn stalk.

I am entering the From the heart challenge, as well as:

Twist of Faith - Harvest
365 Cards - Harvest

Thanks for stopping by!

kathy b


  1. Gorgeous layers in this card Kathy! Love the texture your embossing and die cuts add! Thank you for playing in the FTHS Free Digital Stamp of the Month Challenge. Looking forward to seeing you again for November's Challenge!

  2. Beautiful card! Love the honeycomb embossing! The coloring is so pretty! Thanks for sharing with us at Twist of Faith this week! I hope you will join us again soon! Good luck!
    Tracey F., DT Twist of Faith Card Challenges

  3. Love the sentiment. I get happy everytime I read it! Thanks for joining in the challenge with us at Twist of Faith. We hope you visit us weekly! Princess - DT

  4. This is beautiful Kathy! Love the sentiment! Thank you for sharing with us at 365 Cards!

  5. THis really works well together. I wouldn't even know what to do with a stamp like that and a die like that...and here you go again, being able to mix and match things like that perfectly. You have such an eye! Love the honeybee embossing in the background!

  6. Kathy - I love the extra "corn stalk" you added! Such a pretty card!!!! Thank you for sharing your talent with us at Twist of Faith this week.
    Twist of Faith DT

  7. Wow, this is really stunning! Thanks for joining our monthly challenge at From The Heart Stamps this month! Hugs, Karen