Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Thinking of You


Hi everyone,

It’s time for another CHF challenge over on the Cornish Heritage Farms Blog . This week the challenge is hosted by Kristine!

This week Kristine has challenged us to use Thomas Kinkade stamps to create a card or project.

For my card today I decided to use one of my Thomas Kinkade stamps with the Oval Accordion Card die. The Thomas Kinkade stamp I used here is called Guardian Castle. I also used the Script Essential Expressions set for my sentiment.


Here is a look at my card when it is closed ready to be placed into an envelope.


Want to play along????

If you would like to play along with us of course we would love to have you!

To play create a card using CHF images. You can use either CHF digi or rubber stamps to create a card or project.... anything you like as long as the stamps are Cornish Heritage Farms. (Yes, they can be older stamps.)
Once you have created your card/project come back here and place a comment with a link to your card/project to this post so that we can see what you created. If you upload your card/project to SCS don't forget to include the keyword CHF51. We can't wait to see what you create!

Don’t forget to check out the rest of the Design Teams blogs today so see what they created for this challenge.


Stamps: Thomas Kinkade Guardian Castle; Script Essential Expressions – Cornish Heritage Farms
Paper: White; Cream; Brown; Botanical Tea DP – Graphic 45
Dies: Oval Accordion Card; Oval Dots Frame Edge – designed by Karen Burniston for Elizabeth Craft Designs
Other: Black Ink; Brown Ink; Foam Tape; Copics





Kristine Reynolds said...

This is beautiful aFrances!

Karen Aicken said...

Wow - such a unique stamp to use with the Oval Accordion. Love it!
Karen A

Steph Ackerman said...

This is beautiful.

Mary Ann said...

Beautiful card!!!Love your design,awesome coloring!!!

JD/ Jill said...

Beautiful image, made an amazing card with that unique design!

Joanne (jojot) said...

fabulous CHF image and framed so beautifully

Amy Muse said...

Thank you for sharing! It reminds me of the Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany. It isn't, but it is such a pretty image and you colored it beautifully.