Friday, November 20, 2015

Little Fox - thinking of you

Wow, it's Friday already!  I've been really busy getting ready for Thanksgiving.  I absolutely love playing along in so many great challenges, and I totally enjoy creating each of the cards  I make.  I used aqua card stock from STAMPIN' UP!  I used a nice Autumn print to overlay my card stock.This paper was from my stash; and then I used my large round hand punch using the same paper as the base card to make it blend together well.
Using my Cricut (Birthday Bash) Cartridge, I cut a little fox for my card.  I also used my Copic Sketch Pens #E-08, E-37.  Tim Holtz Distress Markers - Black Soot.  I added a veneer leaf from my stash that I colored in using my Copic markers.  I added a tiny bow using blue and orange string. I stamped my circle sentiment "Thinking of You" using my Simon Says Stamp (Sending Happy Thoughts) sentiment stamp.

Thank you so much for visiting my little blog today. I am sorry this card was posted late in the day for the challenge, but like I stated its been a busy week as we approach Thanksgiving.  I'm sure you can all relate.  I hope you all had a wonderful week. I'd love to have you as a new follower of my blog; and if you do, I will be happy to do the same for you.  I always enjoy making new blog friends and visiting other blogs to see your beautiful creations.

I'm sharing my card in the following challenge.

God bless you all, and I hope everyone has a very happy and memorable Thanksgiving Day.



Celeste Goff said...

Oh, this card is beyond adorable! Love that sweet little fox and the papers you used are perfect!

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

This little guy is so cute! Thanks for joining us over at Scrappy Moms! DT Member Carri~Abusybee

Marisa said...

Cute little fox :) Thanks for joining us at The Curtain Call.

Monika/Buzsy said...

Super cute card Dottie. Love the sweet fox. The rich colors look really nice. Thank you for playing along with us at the Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge.

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, this is so fun! Great take on the inspiration photo!