Friday, November 6, 2009

Friday Feature

Good Morning! I am getting a bit nervous for my interview this afternoon. Guess I better craft all morning long to distract me. LOL

I have to tell you what I saw the other day. I found my daughter sitting at her dad's computer perusing You Tube videos. She also had her little sketch book out and a pencil. She would watch for a bit, pause, draw and then watch a bit more. This cycle continued for about 30 minutes. After dinner she went down to our craft room and was busy working away. So you know what this means? I have a Hollyanne Friday Feature for you!


I am thinking that she got this sketch from one of Dawn Griffith's videos, but I am not certain. She used a stamp set that, frankly, I had forgotten I owned. It's Shapes & Stitches by Lizzie Ann. The sentiment is from Papertrey Ink. She made a very nice CAS card.

I have a Thanksgiving themed card to share, too. I made this using one of the accesories in the new set just released called Little Helper. You can find it and all of the other wonderful images Inktegrity has to offer here. I did use the sketch from Twisted Thursdays - the month of November they will be featuring challenges for Holiday stamps so this week they are focusing on scarecrows, pilgrims and turkeys. The twist is to either use Kraft card stock or a brown paper sack. Here is my take on the challenge....


I created the sentiment on the computer.

Thanks for stopping by! Have a super weekend!!

5 Encouraging Thoughts:

~*Joni said...

Awww this is so cute Mel! HA did an awesome job on this sweet shapes card. See? We hoard things for our daughters to use...yeah, that's why we do it!
Love gobble gobble, he is adorable in this sketch with wonderful layers and sweet colors. I love how it looks very Fall in the background of your picture! Good luck at the interview!

Jacki Randolph said...

Hollyanne's card is Fabulous!!! Love the way she popped the shapes. Love the fall colors in your Turkey card he is too cute.
Best of luck with the interview today!!

Gabby said...

Well I'll be danged! Hollyanne did a fabulous job on that card! Uh oh...we have a future stamper in our midst! Great job Hollyanne! :D
Love your gobble gobble! Sentiment is right on!

BTW...GOOD LUCK at the interview!!!

Diana said...

What gorgeous cards for both of you! I can't wait for the day when I have a craft room and my kids are old enough to make stuff with me!!!

Theresa said...

Hollyanne what a great card!! I love it. You did a lovely job.

Miss - like the turkey. I have to make the turkey's next week with my students.

Sassy

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