Friday, September 24, 2010

SSW and High Hopes

It's officially Fall here in Northern California, that can only mean one thing....time for the heat. I just watched the weather forecast and we are expecting temperatures 90-100 degrees this weekend and early next week!

This weeks High Hopes Challenge is Country. I combined this challenge with the Sweet Sketch Wednesday Challenge # 68.

I used one of my favourite stamps, Tom's Plea by High Hopes. This little guy does a great job giving me a guilt trip at Thanksgiving, where Turkeys are a staple food.




Supplies Used:
Stamps: High Hopes Tom's Plea, PTI Sentiment
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Copic Markers, Crumb Cake
Image paper: Neenah Solar White
Card Stock: SU Cajun Craze
Paper: Basic Grey Pyrus
Accessories: May Arts Netting, SU Soft Suede Ribbon, SU Word Window punch, SU Modern Label Punch, Handheld sewing machine, PTI Flower Dies, SU Antique Brad.

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14 Comments:

Kathie said...

Hi Heidi, what a great card I do love that Turkey image, he doesn't look good enough to eat ha ha!!! Love your fall colours and papers. I hope it starts to cool down for you over there I just hope it will stop raining over here, hopefully this time next weekend we'll be in Australia in some warmer weather! Take care thanks so much for joining us this week at SSW and good luck in the draw.
Have a great weekend.
Kathie
SSW

The Stamper's Touch said...

Totally adorable Heidi!!! Such a fun image that you colored so beautifully! Love the netting too! Thanks for joining us at SSW.

Linda

mulberry station said...

Oh Heidi, I love that netting and fun flower and dynamite image! I just love that turkey. He is so cute!!! Super take on the sketch. I love your work!!
Nancy SSW

Jacki Randolph said...

Ooooh, this is truely adorable!! Beautiful papers and love the gorgeous netting. This little guy is too stinkin cute!Thanks so much for joining us this week at SSW.

sweetbloominscraps said...

Cute card! Love your papers, netting and the adorable flower and brad. Thanks for joining us at SSW!

Arlana said...

Such a sweet turkey card. Love your detail with the netting and flower. Images is adorable. Arlana SSW!!!

CraftyC said...

Its a beautiful card Heidi, lovely colours. Autumn here in the UK and getting cold so central heating is now back on and wont be long before we see lots of rain!
Clairex

Joan V said...

Hi Heidi, I just love your card. I have been eying this stamp image for a while, now. I love all the embellishments on your card. How creative you are. Thanks for sharing.

Genevieve said...

Beautiful card Heidi! Everything about it is great, the colours, papers & the fun image, I love it. Thanks so much for joining us this week @ SSW :)

Genevieve.

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

This is gorgeous Heidi! I just LOVE his little sign and all your colors are so rich. I also really like the netting you used. Thanks so much for playing at SSW.

Deanne :)

Jeannie said...

So fun! I love the netting and all of the great fall colors. Thanks so much for joining us at Sweet Sketch Wednesday.

Peace & Luv,
Jeannie

Elizabeth (Beth) Moore said...

This has got to be the cutest little turkey I've ever seen! and your color is so spot on! I wonder if you have heard of a new challenge blog, Papercraft Star yet? We'd love it if you considered entering some of your beautiful work in the challenges there and there is still time to sign up for a chance to win a gift certificate too! http://papercraftstar.blogspot.com/2010/09/another-gift-certificate-give-away-at.html

Lacey Stephens said...

Great job with this image! I just got this one in this weekend!! I love your coloring. Thanks for playing along with the High Hopes Challenge this week. We will have another fun one for your tomorrow! You won't want to miss this one! We hope you can play along again!
~Lacey
www.stampandcreate.com
High Hopes DT

JR Creations said...

Ha ha ha I just burst out laughing. Fantastic image. Thanks for playing at SSW this week.

Jenny T.

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