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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Mini Blessings


Today's card started as just a 6" x 3" piece of black card stock.  After folding it in half, I used white dimensional paint with a cornucopia stencil to form the base for the card focal.  After the paint dried, I colored it with metallic cream chalks - they worked great over the dried paint!  A couple of border stickers and a greeting (Dazzles Tiny Words & Phrases from HOTP), and I had a quick Thanksgiving card.

1 comment:

Becca Sadler said...

Very nice! The school district I live and teach in has a very unique mascot--Cornjerker. We are the only one in the world with this unique old farming term. In my home economics classroom each fall, I display my growing collection of all things "corn". I have cornucopias, candy corn, Indian corn, acorns, ears of corn along with department signs using a-maize-ing!! Isn't this corny!!!!! LOVE THE CARD!!!!