This past month I have been showing all the Thanksgiving cards I made for my family. Today I have one more to share, my last one, the card I made for my beautiful grandson.
All the stamps were found in the dollar bins of a local craft store. I stamped the main image, sentiment, and leaves directly on the main image image panel and colored them in with Copic markers. The pumpkin and nut were stamped on a separate piece of card stock, colored in, cut out, then popped up on dimensionally. I covered the pumpkins in Crystal Effects to make it shiny.
I stamped some grass under the fox. Scrap ribbon from my stash was added to the upper left corner for some extra embellishment. I adhered a leaf brad over the top to secure the ribbon in place.
I adhered the main image panel to a copper glitter panel, then I glued the two panels to an orange card base.
And here is the latest picture of the sweet little boy that received this card. Babies change so quickly I thought you'd like to see a recent picture. He still has the sweetest, most chill temperament. I can't wait to see him and Alethea this Thanksgiving.
Have A Great Day! Amy
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